Country Life Spreadable Butter Reviews
Product Type: Country Life Spread
Description:Type: Butter / Dairy / Made from British butter and vegetable oil.
Newest Review: ... in the Countrylife butter. For one of these 250 gram blocks you pay around £1.20p just as you would with all the other ... more
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I like baking sometimes and some of the recipes it states that butter must be used, not margarine and so I usually go for the lower priced ones as it can be a little expensive doing some recipes and so the cheaper the ingredients are the better in my opinion. I buy this product on a regular basis and find it perfectly fine for baking and a very good quality for the price of around £2.37 for 500g, the one I sometimes buy is in a plastic carton with a lid but they can be bought in blocks for around £1 but I usually buy the larger ones because I sometimes bake in bulk and so a lot more is needed and I also use it to spread on toast and I prefer to use it from a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/08 (Very useful, 194 readings)
I came across Country Life spreadable butter when it was on offer for less than a £1 for 500 grams in Sainsbury's. I decided to give it a try. (It is also available in 250 gram packs.) Country Life British spreadable butter is made by Dairy Crest. It contains only natural ingredients such as cream and salt. It is made using freshly churned Country Life butter with a little vegetable oil for easy spreading straight from the fridge. It can also be used for cooking and baking. It is suitable for freezing and can be stored for up to 3 months in a freezer. The pack design includes a British oak tree image. The butter is made in the UK. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/08 (Very useful, 314 readings)
Country life Spreadable butter has to be my all time favorite butter, It tastes like real butter, thats is because is it, not like other butter brands who tend to fob of their butter as 'real' butter. It is the only major butter made here in the UK, which guarantee's that it's kept fresher for longer. Made from natural ingredients like fresh milk, cream and salt. Country life spreadable is made from the same ingredients as the block butter, only a little vegetable oil is added so it is easy to spread straight from the fridge. It is also the only butter which carries the little red tractor logo, which means it's only made with milk which comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Countrylife butter has got to be the tastiest butter that oney can buy. I was always buying Anchor butter but for more or less the same price you can have this wonderful taste in the Countrylife butter. For one of these 250 gram blocks you pay around £1.20p just as you would with all the other brands of butter and this is a price well worth paying if indeed you are eating this Countrylife. Another good point of this butter is that it is made in England and supports local people rther than being imported which the Anchor butter is. The taste of the Countrylife is second to none with a smooth light and totqally creamy taste that I really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Useful, 35 readings)
If you are looking for a great tasting, spreadable butter, then this is it. The convenience of spreadable butter cannot be denied, but many of us end up buying the cheaper margarine or 'butter-like' spreads in our search for a spreadable spread to go on toast. But these cheaper brands, often dubbed as 'plastic spreads' are not as natural as real butter and lack any flavour. This is where Country Life spreadable comes in. It is real butter. It is made spreadable by adding about 30% vegetable oil. This is one of the great things about this butter; it is so simple in it's ingredients so you know exactly what you are getting. It is just butter, vegetable oil, water and salt. Read the complete review
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