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Butter Powder – #10 Can

Butter powder is as delicious as it is easy to use. Reconstitute it and chill to use as a spread or in baking. The only drawback with butter powder is that you cannot fry with it like you do normal butter.



Butter powder has a wonderful buttery flavor when added to rolls, breads, cookies and cakes.

Reconstituted butter powder is just like regular butter in sauces as a spread or in baked goods. Makes a perfect butter icing. This is a delicious addition to your food storage staples, keep some on hand for cooking and baking needs. A great tasting way to keep “normal” in your emergency food storage.

Shelf Life:    Should be stored in cool dark place – optimum condition is 60 degrees or less – for longer storage. Product should store for 10+ years if stored properly.

Butter  (cream, water, salt), nonfat milk, tocopherols, and ascorbyl palmitate (to preserve freshness).

Directions for use:  
Dehydrated butter powder is 70% fat whereas butter is 100% fat.  Adjustments may need to be made for recipes and mixes requiring fat.  For every 16 oz. butter fat needed, you will need to add 21 oz. butter powder.  Adding a small amount of oil to powder may be sufficient to get desired results.  This powder has a wonderful buttery flavor when added to rolls, breads, cookies, and cakes.  To add to mixes, add dry product using equal portions. Example: ½ cup butter is equal to ½ cup butter powder. Add 1/3 cup increased liquid (water or other).  You may need to adjust amount of water added for desired consistency. For enhanced texture and flavor, add 1 tsp. of vegetable oil.  When used in baking, keep batter moist as it will dry during baking process.

Serving size 1 Tbs.            Servings per can 178            Calories per serving 51

 Net Weight 2.75 Lbs.

Additional information

Weight 4.5 lbs