The only place it might make a difference in in frosting. Butter cookies, sugar cookies and similar also. The spreadable has oil in it and this might cause some things to spread out more when cooked or not hold texture at room temp. Most things it will not matter.
Canola can substitute 2 sticks of butter by using 16 tbsp of oil. For every 1/4 cup butter, use 4 tablespoons vegetable oil.
For 2 sticks of butter, you can substitute with 16 tbsp of canola oil. The conversion is for ever 1/4 cup butter, you need 2 tbsp of oil.
Unless too much sugar is added, peanut butter remains spreadable.
Olivio Spreadable Butter with Canola & Olive Oil is the healthiest butter to buy.
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The Hinkety Pinkety for Peanut Butter is "spreadable edible"
you can but it tastes better if you don't
For 2 sticks of butter, it is best to use 16tbsp of oil. Almost any oil will work, and the basic rule of measurement is that for every 1/4 cup butter, you will need 2tbsp oil.
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2 sticks of butter equals one cup use http://www.calculateme.com/Butter/Sticks/ToCups.htm to convert your sticks into cups 2 sticks of butter equals one cup use http://www.calculateme.com/Butter/Sticks/ToCups.htm to convert your sticks into cups
There would be 96 sticks of butter in 3 gallons of butter.
Both are correct, you can say substitute for or substitute with.
can i use a substitute for butter flavoring
= Butter, Substitutes = Unsalted butter can be substituted for regular butter in any recipe. It is NOT necessary to add salt. Margarine can also be substituted for butter. Do NOT use lowfat spreads or light butter for baking.
2 'sticks' of butter is half a pound.
2 'sticks ' of butter is 8 ounces
Fruit butter is made by stewing fruit, sugar, and spices to a thick, smooth, spreadable consistency
4 sticks of butter, because 4 sticks = 2cups = 16oz = 1lb
Yes, butter can substitute for an equal amount of shortening.