Product Type: Lurpak Spread
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable
Member Name: elliesmom2010
Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable
Advantages: spreadable straight from the fridge, a lovely taste
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 difference ends. It still has that lovely slightly salty buttery taste and it can still be used in your cooking in exactly the same way as the traditional butter:-
* Pure Lurpak butter blended with vegetable oil
* Suitable for cooking, baking, frying and home freezing
* Contains no additives, artificial colourings or preservatives
* Contains no hydrogenated fats or oils
* Packaging not suitable for microwave
The butter comes in a small plastic tub with silver and blue print and on the base of the tub we are given all the nutritional information, the ingredients, the allergy information and the producers contact details. The butter has a very creamy butter, slightly salt flavour which is totally delicious on anything.
This butter is widely available in all supermarkets and it costs around £1.20 for the 250g size tub and around double that for the 500g pack. Which if you only use once in a while is quite a reasonable price although a little more expensive than most low fat spreads.
Would I recommend this spread, well to be honest I do suffer with high cholesterol and high blood pressure and because of the high fat content in this product I really should not use it and I don't on a regular day to day basis, but if I fancy treating myself then I will buy it above any other butter spread as I do love the taste of this and so my answer is yes I would deffinatley recommend this if you are able to have it.
Thank you for reading.
Summary: A lovely spreadable butter.
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