Hoosier Hill Farm Real Butter powder, 1 lb
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- Made in a facility that also makes wheat products
- 1 Pound Jar Butter Powder, packaged in plastic jar and sealed for freshness
- 72% fat, GMO FREE, A Product of USA
- Mix ratio 1:1
- Our butter powder is perfect for Soups, Sauces and Mixes - Replace churned butter, Hoosier Hill Farm brand .. satisfaction is guaranteed
- Hoosier Hill Farm is located in America's heartland of northeast Indiana. Our products and ingredients are guaranteed fresh and we are proud of our heritage and good, old-fashioned values
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Hoosier Hill Farm Real Butter powder, 1 lb.
Hoosier Hill Farm is located in America's heartland of Northeast Indiana. Our products and ingredients are fresh and we are proud of our heritage and good, old-fashioned values. Our butter powder is perfect for Soups, Sauces and Mixes - Replace churned butter. Mix ration 1:1 Hoosier Hill Farm Butter powders are easier to handle and have a shelf life much longer than real butter. It is the ingredient of choice for chefs searching to improve performance without compromising quality or product integrity.
Real Butter Powder
72% fat, GMO FREE, A Product of USA. Mix ratio 1:1
Our butter powder is perfect for Soups, Sauces and Mixes - Replace churned butter, Hoosier Hill Farm brand ..Use in Desserts, baking, cookies, brownies.
This product is labelled to United States standards and may differ from similar products sold elsewhere in its ingredients, labeling and allergen warnings
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I will recommend Hoosier Hill Farm Butter powder to all my friends and family.
If you make bread, from scratch or in a bread maker, adding a 1/4 cup of butter powder to the dough gives the bread a wonderful flavor. I make bread 2 to 4 times a week, and this is now a standard ingredient. I never make any type of bread without it (I sub 1/4 cup butter powder for 1/4 cup flour and haven't had to add any additional water, but I'd advise doing a little experimenting on your own recipes).
To get the consistency of 'whipped butter' it is 3 parts powder to 1 part water, but is great for buttering toast, making garlic bread, etc powder also blends in well when butter is called for in a recipe.
I will continue to keep this in my pantry.
This smells like butter (R.D. has an off-putting scent).
More concentrated than R.D., I can use almost 1/2 the amount I was with R.D.
This makes the creamiest, tastiest instant mashed potatoes. Into 1 cup of Idahoan Mashed Potato Flakes, stir 2 spoonfuls each of Hoosier Hill Farm Butter Powder and Peak Dry Whole Milk Powder. Stir in salt & pepper. Finally, stir in 2 cups boiling water. You won't believe how great the mashed potatoes will be.
This makes into a tasty butter spread, which will firm up even more in the refrigerator (the R.D. wouldn't.) It reminds me of whipped butter. I use the spread on pop tarts, toast, pastry, muffins, cornbread, freshly baked bread, potatoes, rolls, cooked vegetables, stuffing, biscuits, for making cinnamon toast, grilled cheese sandwiches, pancakes, waffles, and meat (especially if I'm going to microwave it) to help keep it moist besides the great flavor...the list goes on.
The published 1:1 ratio may be misleading...If you look where that is posted, its on the recipe information. I 'believe' that ratio is for when a recipe calls for butter. So for 1 tbs. butter use: 1 tbs. butter powder + 1 tbs. water/liquid. That is not the ratio for making butter spread. I did read on another brand of butter powder to use 3 tbs. butter powder to 1 tsp. water (in layman's terms that is 9 parts measured butter powder to 1 part water). Will have to try that next time I mix some up. I normally just mix it to the consistency I want. Little looser for topping mashed potatoes, and a little thicker for spreading.
Great sprinkled on freshly popped popcorn, stopping that hot melted butter from deflating the popped kernels. Or getting greasy hands/fingers. No more having to continually wipe your hands before handling the remote control to zap through TV commercials.
One thing I have noticed, is you need to add this to the popped kernels before completely salting them. Otherwise this salted butter powder will add even more salt to your perfectly salted popcorn, and you may end up with really salty, buttery popcorn.
Truthfully, I can't believe the differences between the 2 brands. I expect the smell to be a little different between brands, no different than dairy case butter brands have different scents, but this doesn't make my stomach churn (excuse the pun). I no longer have mashed potatoes that smell disgusting.
I think this would make just about anyone happy that doesn't have access to a store (or cow, goat, etc...).
Label States: Best by 12/08/2015 (received in 12/2014)
ALLERGY WARNING (printed on the back label):
Packaged in a facility shared by tree nuts, peanuts, dairy, soy and wheat products.
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It looses a star because they used food colouring and I would prefer it without extra unnecessary ingredients. At the very least its natural and not artificial food colouring. However, some people have food allergies related to annatto colouring and should be aware of this. Lucky for me I don't have any allergies and get to enjoy this butter on my popcorn.
My main complaint is that I had hoped that it had fat, but I think it doesn't..? The label is confusing -- 1 TBSP is stated as 100 calories and 6.67g with 10g of Fat and 33 g of choles. ??
I bought it for light weight backpacking, and without much fat, it has less value for me as a flavoring only.
Shelf life seems short for such a large quantity.