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2 x Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G for £5 @ Tesco
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2 x Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G for £5 @ Tesco

£5£7.5033%Tesco Deals
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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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  • Blended Spread 78% (52 % milk fat & 26 % rapeseed oil)

  • We've waited all year for this.
  • Slice the turkey.
  • Crumble the cheese.
  • Pop the cranberry.
  • Grab the crusty loaf.
  • And reach for the Lurpak.
  • It's festive sarnie time.

  • Lurpak® butter blended with rapeseed oil
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Kosher - D

  • Pack size: 500g

Ingredients

Butter (64%) (Milk), Rapeseed Oil, Water, Lactic Culture (Milk), Salt
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123sonny12307/12/2019 21:57

That's not butter. Please read the ingredients.


But then again, technically, Lurpak Spreadable isn't butter really.
Misslovely07/12/2019 21:47

I buy willow butter, 2 for £1.50


That's not butter. Please read the ingredients.
FFS it tastes nice ,we dont need to over analyse
cupcake12507/12/2019 22:17

You can get a kilo for £5 Lidl Black Friday deal,bought Thursday


This is a deal for a kilo.
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Got two today great price,heat!!
Why is this so expensive?? Always wanted to know
Misslovely07/12/2019 21:41

Why is this so expensive?? Always wanted to know


Because it's the best haha. Used to be on offer for 2 quid but price has crept up recently.
Misslovely07/12/2019 21:41

Why is this so expensive?? Always wanted to know


This. Especially when standard lurpak is £2/500g max.
JPS07/12/2019 21:43

Because it's the best haha. Used to be on offer for 2 quid but price has …Because it's the best haha. Used to be on offer for 2 quid but price has crept up recently.


I buy willow butter, 2 for £1.50
Misslovely07/12/2019 21:47

I buy willow butter, 2 for £1.50


Think I've tried em all this is best imo
Misslovely07/12/2019 21:47

I buy willow butter, 2 for £1.50


That's not butter. Please read the ingredients.
123sonny12307/12/2019 21:57

That's not butter. Please read the ingredients.


But then again, technically, Lurpak Spreadable isn't butter really.
You can get a kilo for £5 Lidl Black Friday deal,bought Thursday
Edited by: "cupcake125" 7th Dec 2019
cupcake12507/12/2019 22:17

You can get a kilo for £5 Lidl Black Friday deal,bought Thursday


This is a deal for a kilo.
Broc_Mudflap07/12/2019 22:12

But then again, technically, Lurpak Spreadable isn't butter really.


Agreed. Although it’s my favourite, Lurpak is blended with oil, proper butter isn’t.
Lidl 1kg £5.00 bought some last weekend.
FFS it tastes nice ,we dont need to over analyse
coldpop07/12/2019 22:59

Agreed. Although it’s my favourite, Lurpak is blended with oil, proper b …Agreed. Although it’s my favourite, Lurpak is blended with oil, proper butter isn’t.


I think thats to make it soft straight out of the fridge else you'd have a hard time trying to spread it over bread or rolls. Generally all spreadables have some sort of oil. Another Lurpak lover, heat
In Tesco I picked up 1 countrylife for £2.25..... instantly regretting my decision
We have been using President spreadable (when on offer). It's something like 95% butter and 5% cream, I am guessing to make it spreadable.

As soon as our current frozen batch is used, we will go 'old skool' and just use blocks of butter in a butter dish for spreading.
Edited by: "123sonny123" 7th Dec 2019
maccy1i07/12/2019 22:32

This is a deal for a kilo.


Yes only saying if you shopping at Lidl,you can pick it up from there if you understand what I mean,helpful for any Lidl shoppers,not everyone shops at Tesco.
cupcake12508/12/2019 00:03

Yes only saying if you shopping at Lidl,you can pick it up from there if …Yes only saying if you shopping at Lidl,you can pick it up from there if you understand what I mean,helpful for any Lidl shoppers,not everyone shops at Tesco.


It is very helpful and yes a good idea to let people know the options, thank you
123sonny12307/12/2019 23:49

We have been using President spreadable (when on offer). It's something …We have been using President spreadable (when on offer). It's something like 95% butter and 5% cream, I am guessing to make it spreadable. As soon as our current frozen batch is used, we will go 'old skool' and just use blocks of butter in a butter dish for spreading.


I swear I've been promising myself a butter dish for ages now
i wouldnt pay £2.50 to spread on my bread lol
maccy1i08/12/2019 00:06

I swear I've been promising myself a butter dish for ages now


Yeah, i'm going to splash out on a nice John Lewis one

johnlewis.com/cro…720

Plus, this way I only have to buy 1 item instead of 2.
uknowme307/12/2019 23:37

I think thats to make it soft straight out of the fridge else you'd have a …I think thats to make it soft straight out of the fridge else you'd have a hard time trying to spread it over bread or rolls. Generally all spreadables have some sort of oil. Another Lurpak lover, heat


Better off just leaving a few days supply of proper butter out of the fridge in an air tight container
coldpop07/12/2019 22:59

Agreed. Although it’s my favourite, Lurpak is blended with oil, proper b …Agreed. Although it’s my favourite, Lurpak is blended with oil, proper butter isn’t.


Yes, I think it is rapeseed oil in Lurpak. It is very tasty though.
Still 4.99 at Aldi for 1 kg
Willow spread has only 10% buttermilk, the rest is oils, including palm oil and other additives. I wouldnt eat it at any price.
Lurpak spreadable is 64% butter blended with rapeseed oil and a little water and salt, much better. The Co-op do a pretty similar spreadable. Both are nice.
President spreadable is the closest spreadable to real butter, tasty but a bit more expensive.
Superscrimper08/12/2019 09:14

Willow spread has only 10% buttermilk, the rest is oils, including palm …Willow spread has only 10% buttermilk, the rest is oils, including palm oil and other additives. I wouldnt eat it at any price.Lurpak spreadable is 64% butter blended with rapeseed oil and a little water and salt, much better. The Co-op do a pretty similar spreadable. Both are nice.President spreadable is the closest spreadable to real butter, tasty but a bit more expensive.


Agreed. Willow is pretty much margarine
maccy1i08/12/2019 00:06

I swear I've been promising myself a butter dish for ages now


Same lol
Don't buy the stuff but even £5 seems expensive on the face of it(?)
Anyone else use the Aldi norpak and unable to notice any difference? Tried the Tesco own brand one and it was gash, bit the norpak is wicked!
TheOak08/12/2019 10:37

Don't buy the stuff but even £5 seems expensive on the face of it(?)


It's never below £2.50 a tub these days, therefore it's a good price for the product. It's seen by many as the best, so you have to pay slightly more for it than the other brands.
Terrible overpriced margarine :/
They put the kilo tubs up to 7 quid recently so I decided to try Tesco's own version of lurpak. Far cheaper and I can't tell the difference.
The thing I would say about Lurpak is that i noticed recently there are more and more 'oil pockets' (that is, there are little holes throughout the butter in which tehre is a small point of oil (rapeseed perhaps?). This makes me think they have been trying to lower the quality of this product. I still buy Lurpak, but be warned, this is shrinkflation at its most sneaky.
Edited by: "chopyhop" 8th Dec 2019
Superscrimper08/12/2019 09:14

Willow spread has only 10% buttermilk, the rest is oils, including palm …Willow spread has only 10% buttermilk, the rest is oils, including palm oil and other additives. I wouldnt eat it at any price.Lurpak spreadable is 64% butter blended with rapeseed oil and a little water and salt, much better. The Co-op do a pretty similar spreadable. Both are nice.President spreadable is the closest spreadable to real butter, tasty but a bit more expensive.


Willow is only suitable if you wish to re-enact that scene from Last Tango in Paris.........
Don't give this heat. It'll melt.
chopyhop08/12/2019 11:11

The thing I would say about Lurpak is that i noticed recently there are …The thing I would say about Lurpak is that i noticed recently there are more and more 'oil pockets' (that is, there are little holes throughout the butter in which tehre is a small point of oil (rapeseed perhaps?). This makes me think they have been trying to lower the quality of this product. I still buy Lurpak, but be warned, this is shrinkflation at its most sneaky.


They're selling more oil and less and less butter and making us think we are getting a better deal.
Not everyone have Costco membership, but those who have , or those who can go with the member , can buy three 500gm Lurpak butter blocks for £6.99... ongoing offer ending soon.
Free heart attack with every purchase.

Kindest regards
Never understood this. Salted butter, in a covered butterdish, will last for weeks and weeks without refrigeration. Then you have proper, always spreadable butter.

Heat for the price but buying Frankenstein butter over proper butter seems odd.
123sonny12307/12/2019 23:49

We have been using President spreadable (when on offer). It's something …We have been using President spreadable (when on offer). It's something like 95% butter and 5% cream, I am guessing to make it spreadable. As soon as our current frozen batch is used, we will go 'old skool' and just use blocks of butter in a butter dish for spreading.


Kerry gold does a spreadable with cream too. No awful vegetable oil
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