Country Crock Plant Butter with avocado oil tastes like dairy butter and can be used for cooking, baking and spreading. But it is plant-based, dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan and perfect for the keto diet. It’s healthier for you but still tastes like butter?!
Blend of plant-based oils (soybean, palm kernel, avocado, and palm fruit oil), water, salt, faba bean protein, soy lecithin, lactic acid, natural flavor, calcium disodium edta (to protect freshness), vitamin e acetate, vitamin a palmitate, beta carotene (color).
Warning for those who have nut allergies.
Country Crock also makes a plant butter with almond oil. If you have a severe nut allergy, they recommend that you don’t eat the plant butter with avocado oil in case there is cross contamination.
Can plant butter with avocado oil be used for cooking & baking, just like butter?
Country Crock Plant Butter with Avocado Oil can be substituted in the same amount as butter in cooking and baking recipes, 1:1. In fact, Lynn Rupley-Smith from Louisville Kentucky was picked out of 500 people nationwide to be featured in an ad for Country Crock Plant Butter to see if she could win a ribbon again at the state fair using their butter substitute. And she did!
If you are making buttercream icing, meringue, or a recipe that requires ‘light and fluffy’ creamed butter, it might not be as fluffy as with dairy butter. Try it and see what you think.
Is Country Crock plant butter with avocado oil vegan?
Country Crock plant butter with avocado oil doesn’t contain dairy, it is purely plant-based, so it is vegan.
Does Country Crock Plant Butter with Avocado Oil contain artificial ingredients?
This product contains no artificial preservatives or flavors. They use vinegar to maintain product taste and freshness instead of preservatives.
How should I store plant butter?
Always keep it refrigerated. It can be frozen as well.
Where can you buy Country Crock Plant Butter with Avocado Oil?
It is available in Walmart, Target, Sam’s Club, Safeway and almost any grocery store. It is even available at Circle K. Check their store locator to see where you can buy it near you.
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