The whole butter vs. margarine debate is in full force in the last two years.
In the first place, it was trying to each less saturated fat with margarines. So, we need to eliminate trans fat in these margarines.
Now we’re thinking that maybe the butter was better all the time.
Mounted butter could be even better?
Butter vs Butter Whipped Cream Stick
I bought Land O’Lakes whipped butter for a while ‘time. The great part about it is that you can eat a spoonful of only 6 grams of fat and 50 calories.
This saves you 50 calories and 5 grams of fat compared to normal butter.
The only difference is that the butter is mounted, and air is added to create more volume. Yes, you are eating less real butter by weight.
But, this is a great trick part of control!
Most of whipped butter is that it contains all-natural ingredients, the same as butter stick, pasteurized cream and salt.
Debate saturated fat
There is still this great debate over how much (or if at all), we need to limit your intake of saturated fats. Although a spoonful of whipped butter contains 3.5 grams of saturated fat, Do not worry. Just have your cholesterol checked regularly.
The main objective is to try to eat more whole and natural foods.
The best choice would go to branded products because they contain Olivio olive oil, and the least amount of omega-6 fats.
However, these spreads still contain preservatives.
The Bottom Line
Butter Whipped Cream helps me to eat a smaller portion of real butter without feeling like I’m losing the flavor.
A big advantage is that you do not have to worry about all the ingredients in the most elaborate found in most of the spread margarine tub as TBHQ or calcium disodium EDTA.
Do you have a favorite low-calorie spread that you use?