We have a fantastic range of plant based butters to choose from and they all taste great! Here’s a sneak preview…
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Vegan and organic alternative to butter, made by the fermentation of the almond milk. No added sugars, flours, artificial flavors and preservatives.
Organic Vegan ‘Butter’ Block
Some food simply isn’t the same without butter. That’s why we’ve come up with an alternative for everyone who eats plant-based food.
Original Cashew nut-butter
“All of the dairy free alternatives seemed to be full of nasty ingredients or compromised on taste.” – So we invented Mergulo!
Vegan Spreadable ‘Butter’
Naturli’ Spreadable is your plant-based alternative to butter. Made from high quality organic oils and 100% dairy free.
Yogan Seaweed Buuutter
Amond vegan alternative to cultured butter with seaweed sea-lettuce, rich in Iron and B12, and the salt substitute shampire.
Smooth Almond Butter Jar
From over fifty almond varieties in California, we’ve selected just four that work perfectly in our almond butter. We then carefully roast and mill them…
Pip & Nut Smooth Peanut Butter
Our classic roast smooth peanut butter is an everyday staple for peanut butter lovers. We use hi-oleic peanuts from Argentina (with love) that…
Vegan Gold Butter
Vegan Gold is a 100% dairy free alternative to butter. Cultured and slightly salted with an incredibly buttery taste, it is spreadable even straight from the fridge.
Pip & Nut Crunchy Peanut Butter
For the peanut butter lovers, our classic roast crunchy peanut butter is a kitchen cupboard staple. We use hi-oleic Argentinian peanuts (the queen of peanuts)…
Crunchy Almond Butter Jar
We make our Crunchy Almond Butter using just four varieties of Californian almonds (from a selection of over fifty!). We then carefully roast and mill…
A preparation of the finest white cabbage, carrot, onion and vegan mayonnaise. Our mission is to veganise the everyday products that lots of us miss…
Cashew Mushroom & Dill Spread
Steamed fresh mushrooms, oven-roasted leeks, garlic and white wine, combined with dried shiitake, porcini and fresh dill; blended with our super-smooth…
Badger’s Coronation Chicken
A delicious cruelty-free alternative to the old classic with herbs, spices, mayo, and seitan. Our mission is to veganise the everyday products that lots of us miss…
Creamed Cashew Basil Pesto Spread
Basil Pesto Creamed Cashew spread is a fresh take on creamed cheese alternatives. Basil is combined with petit poi peas, courgette, nutritional…
Badger’s Tunah Mayo
Textured vegetable protein, sweetcorn, onion, four varieties of seaweed, and vegan mayo makes the perfect tuna fish mayonnaise substitute.
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Vegan Butter – Everything You Need to Know
Let’s face it, butter can make pretty much any food tasty and enjoyable. Not only is butter fantastic when spread on toast, it’s also an essential ingredient when used in baking and various other sweet and savoury dishes as well.
The only downside to regular butter made from dairy sources is the fact that it is unsuitable for vegans and plant-based dieters. Because butter is such an important ingredient however, the good news is that there are numerous plant-based vegan butter options out there, which not only taste great, but which are also very versatile as well.
If you are following a vegan diet and are looking to learn more about vegan butter, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a look at everything you need to know about vegan butter.
What is vegan butter made from?
Vegan butter is a plant-based alternative to dairy butter, though obviously as it’s vegan it is dairy-free.
Whereas regular dairy butter is made primarily from the milk of cows, as well as sometimes sheep, and even goats, vegan butter is made from plant-based milks, providing a smooth, creamy, and rich finish with a texture that is very close to dairy butter.
There are plenty of vegan butter recipes out there, all using different ingredients suitable for vegans. With that said however, typically you’ll find that vegan butter is made from ingredients such as:
- Almond flour for emulsification of the fats, and for the buttery taste and flavour
- Salt for flavour (remember, butter is often salted)
- Plant-based milk for emulsification and a creamy texture
- Apple cider vinegar for the acidic content to help balance flavours and preserve the butter
- Refined coconut oil to ensure that the butter sets and solidifies (must be refined for a neutral flavour)
- Canola oil, avocado oil, or olive oil to give the butter its texture and make it spreadable
- Optional pinch of turmeric to give the butter a yellow colour to make it look more authentic
How is vegan butter made?
Making vegan butter is very simple. All ingredients other than the oils are added to a food processor and blended until they form a smooth paste.
Next, the oils are added to the mixture, and everything is then blended again until a light, airy, and creamy texture is obtained.
The mixture is then removed from the processor and added to a sterile lidded container and is placed into the fridge to set. Once set, it can then be used just like dairy butter.
Vegan butter serving ideas
If you’re not sure what this vegan butter could be used for, a few serving suggestions include:
- Spread on bread
- Use to make vegan pastry or dough
- Melt over popcorn
- Use for frying onions and vegetables in
- Serve on a hot baked potato fresh from the oven
- Use for cooking vegan pancakes
- Use in cakes, cookies, and other baked goods
- Use to make vegan lemon curd
- Use to make vegan hollandaise sauce