Blended Butter


Blended Butter is sweet, creamy, soft and spreadable. It also has good tastes, usability and stability. The range of blended butter, margarines spreads well. It will satisfy and inspire chefs, caterers and bakers alike, providing customers with all the benefits of butter with great performance and value. The liquid butter alternatives are made with vegetable and butter flavor which bring the great taste of butter with added functionality, lowered cost and added convenience compared to solid and spreadable butter and margarines. Butter blends are made with rich AA Grade Butter and blended with sweet cream buttermilk and pure vegetable oil to provide a smooth, creamy textured butter alternative.


It has more than 80% fat, pure butter’s got a great taste and is allnatural, but it’s hard to spread thinly straight from the fridge. It’s high in saturated fat so not for anyone with high cholesterol. However, if you love the taste of butter and cannot stand the alternative, the best compromise may be a soft butter or butter oil blend.


Blended Butter


These are blends of butter with oil but generally they contain a lower 60% of total fat, of which 33% is saturated fat. There’s extra water whipped in so it can get less fat overall. The ingredients of blended butter are vegetable oils & fats, Purified water, Dairy butter fat (Cow’s milk), Emulsifier, NON–GMO Sunflower Lecithin, Perservatives, Lactic Acid, Butter Flavor, permitted Antioxidents, Tocopherol, ß Carotene and Vitamin A.


Butter blended made with 60% RBD Vegetable Oil like Palm Oil, Palm Kernel Oil, Canola Oil, Coconut Oil, Sunflower Oil, Soybean Oil. Less saturated fat and softer than regular butter, you can spread them straight out of the fridge. It is still high in saturated fat and not recommended by the Heart Foundation, if the cholesterol is high. If you love butter, this is a good compromise. Buy the saltreduced versions which have half the salt of the regular, you won’t notice the difference.


Many people make their own whipped butter by beating softened butter with an electric beater and slowing trickling in a stream of Olive oil. Use around half oil to half butter by weight.

Butter VS Blended Butter