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Butter powder was originally developed for the processed foods industry. When used in baking, butter powder really shines. As it is mostly butter, the flavor really comes through in your baked goods. Butter powder is extremely handy in mixes. Being in a powdered form, it blends easily with the other dry ingredients in a mix. Then, weeks or months later when it's reconstituted, the batter acts just as if you'd added butter. And of course, the end result is a dish or baked good that has a great flavor. You can use butter powder in many of the same dishes where you'd use regular butter. Add butter powder to your cooked vegetables, macaroni and cheese, instant rice or in any cooked dish calling for butter.
Our butter powder is a fine, free flowing powder. By looking at it you'd never guess it's #1 ingredient is butter. Many people say, "I didn't think you could dehydrate fat." And they're right. You can't dehydrate fat as dehydrate literally means to 'remove the water' and fat has none. The small amount of water in butter is removed, however. Then, the powder is made by cleverly processing milk solids with the butter. Reconstituted butter powder looks much like whipped butter and tastes like butter with an added milky flavor to it. Because it does have a milky taste, some people find it takes just a bit of getting used to as a spread on bread. However, the mouth 'feel' is the same as butter and it looks and spreads much like butter after it has been reconstituted. It will even melt into hot toast and pancakes almost as fast as regular butter.
Butter powder's big advantage over regular butter is it's non-perishable qualities. Butter powder also has an antioxidant added to help keep it fresh. The antioxidants coupled with USA Emergency Supplies' packaging technology gives you a product that remains fresh and wholesome for years after purchasing it.