Fake Butter Spread

Fake

Fake buttery spreads are soft in texture but do not contain any real butter. These spreads do offer the benefit of fewer calories per serving. Make sure to read the labels carefully to ensure that the spread has enough fat content before you decide to use it for baking!

As you can see, there are a multitude of butter brands available to cater to every taste and budget. Some of these brands are good for baking and cooking, while others are easier to spread. Make sure that you assess your preferences when choosing butter to get one that is a good fit for you.

KerryGold

Kerrygold

The number one on our list is KerryGold! Firstly, KerryGold is beautifully packaged. When you open the package, you see the actual butter yellow color. KerryGold is supremely creamy and smooth. It somehow accentuates the difference between conventional butter and butter made from grass-fed cows.

This Irish butter spreads great on toast, muffins, croissants, and bagels. It is usually stocked in the specialty aisle rather than the butter section at stores, which highlights the fact that KerryGold is in a league of its own. This butter is definitely an indulgence, but many customers feel that it is a genuinely superior product.

Plugrá

Plugra

Plugrá butter is incredibly creamy and rich. The creaminess warrants a smaller quantity. Plugrá butter is terrific for dinner rolls and great to sauté vegetables like onions and beans. Some customers describe it as a cross between butter and cheese due to its rich flavor. The naysayers point out that this butter contains added flavor and that the color is pale rather than a rich golden buttery color. Regardless, this is the butter for you if you like decadence and rich flavors in your butter.