Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable Reviews
Product Type: Lurpak Spread
Description:Brand: Lurpak / Type: Dairy
Newest Review: ... quicker than normal butter does. The pale yellow colour was a bit off putting as Lurpak tends to be whiter in colour. There ... more
by - written on 30/01/11 (Very useful, 869 readings)
Now we all know that too much fat is bad for you especially saturated fat. Then again there is a constant debate over which is actually better for you, butter or the chemically produced laboratory invented and chemically messed around with 'margarine' (you can probably guess which one I favour). Now I only tend to use butter on toast and things like scones and toasted tea cakes etc. This is not to limit my fat intake it's because I just hate the lumps of unspreadable butter I get after trying to use it directly from the fridge on my sandwiches. Ok I know I don't need to keep it in the fridge in the winter but in summer, unless you want a sloppy oily mess you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
I love butter but it really is a rarity that I will purchase it. However my flatmate did the other day and to see spreadable lightly salted butter that is meant to be spreadable turn up literally delighted me! The Packaging: White and silver coloured tub with a lift on/off lid to the top of it and on the lid and to two sides of the tub I am told that it is Lurpak (with a coat of arms shown) Spreadable, Slightly Salted 'Lurpak Butter 'Blended With Vegetable Oil' and the size is stated which in this case is 500g. Other information on the tub includes being told a bit about the product, a nutritional chart is shown, ingredients are given (I'm told ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/02/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Lurpak Spreadable ~ slightly salted I love butter ...... there is nothing quite like a thick, chunky piece of warm bread with lashings of cold butter spread across it. I love it on my toast, on my jacket spuds, on veg and even on my pasta if I fancy a change from my usual pasta sauce. However on these cold and wintry mornings it is impossible to spread even if you don't leave it in the fridge overnight, and I really dislike having to unwrap the silver foil to get at it. So of course the simple answer is Lurpak spreadable. This is Lurpak butter but it is blended with vegetable oil to allow ease of spreading and that's where the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
We don't have proper butter very often because it's no good for you and my mum buys lower fat spreads instead. I love Lurpak though and it's a proper treat when we do have it, the trouble is that it's always too hard to spread from the fridge and because it comes in that foil paper you have to remember to wrap it up properly before you put it away. I've never seen Lurpak Spreadable before but it's been available for years, it's a bit more expensive that normal Lurpak and a 250g tub costs £1.38. We got ours when it was on offer and only cost £1.00 so it's worth looking round for a special offer because that brings it down to a similar price as normal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
As I had run out of butter quite recently, I nipped to my local grocery store to see what was available. The store only had three types of butter so choice was limited. I ended up buying the Lurpack Spreadable which is in a 250g tub and cost around £1.20. I think this is quite significantly more expensive than what I would have paid in a larger store or supermarket but as I needed something to spread on my toast, I opted to buy anything really and this is the variety that appealed to me the most. The packaging is a plastic tub and lid which can be replaced after each use and so forms an almost-airtight seal. The silver background colour to the tub - as ... Read the complete review
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