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Land O'Lakes Spread Butter with Olive Oil
I used to use the same butter as my mother and her mother before her always used...until I found this. It is delicious and contains olive oil, which is a little healthier than some butter options out there. It is the little things that count after all, right?
Like it . Its very light and tasty , i usually put it on my toast or just bread in general. I dont think I would use it to cook but other than that I would recommend it even to use it with oatmeal.
This butter is great. I love that it is just sweet cream, olive oil, and salt. No bad ingredients.
I will never use any other butter. I swear I've had this in my fridge since I knew it existed. The olive oil gives it a great taste and makes me feel a little bit better about it haha. The sea salt sets it off because butter, in my opinon, should always have salt!
I've always used land o lakes spreadable butter, but recently stared buying the olive oil type. Obviously spreads smoothly and the big tub lasts forever (I use it about once a week). Taste is slightly salty, in a good way, creamy and wonderful. Melts really nicely too.
I love this on toast, it's almost like the taste you get when you have the bread with olive oil for dipping at Italian restaurants! I buy it exclusively for buttering my sourdough toast in the mornings.
I never thought to try a butter with olive oil in it but I really do like this one! I like how easily it spreads over toast and English muffins. It also melts nicely as well.
Love that this butter is so easy to spread right out of the fridge and that it's made with olive oil over vegetable oils. I reserve it just for buttering toast and bread and prefer the sticks for baking and melting.
I always use this at home. I love that it is made with only a few ingredients, including olive oil. It has a great flavor for use in cooking or as a topping.
I like that this butter has simple ingredients, but I find still a bit hard to spread. Still much better than trying to spread plain old stick butter though!
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