Utterly Butterly 1KG for £1 @ Morrisons
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Utterly Butterly 1KG for £1 @ Morrisons

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Found 24th Apr
That's a lot of butterly



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Utterly Butterly is utterly buttery, utterly creamy, utterly golden, utterly delicious & utterly irresistible! So go ahead and enjoy your Utterly Butterly because it has 75% less saturated fat than butter and utterly no hydrogenated fats!
Spread it on crumpets, toast and sandwiches or let it melt on your potatoes for a delicious buttery taste.

Utterly Butterly is utterly spreadable, utterly perfect for cooking & baking and utterly versatile! Plus it is utterly suitable for vegetarians!

Utterly Butterly is committed to Sustainable Palm Oil. For more information please visit the Dairy Crest corporate website.

So go ahead and enjoy your Utterly Butterly because we have 75% less saturated fat than butter and utterly no hydrogenated fats!

75% less saturated fat than butter, 49% reduced fat spread, Utterly delicious buttery taste, Perfect for cooking & baking, Suitable for vegetarians
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Love butter me! Hot deal
Very specific but if you're on a lowfodmap diet you can't have this fyi as it has 'flavourings'
Not buttery at all - It is margarine comprising mainly oils and water and substances to thicken it so that it can be spread. They have now removed the cancergenic hydrogenated fats.

Ingredients: Vegetable Oils (Rapeseed, Palm), Water, Buttermilk (10%), Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Emulsifier - E471 Sunflower Lecithin, Preservative - Potassium Sorbate, Acid - Lactic Acid, Colours - Annatto, Curcumin, Flavouring.
This is very cheap for 1kg...had to look twice yesterday. Used to be 500g at a pound on offer...although noticed it is hard to buy 1kg elsewhere according to mysupermarket.
Probably one of the better spread type things! At this price great value so heat added!!!
Are these getting extinct !!!!
Utterly crap, who still eats this carcinogenic filth?
I can't believe people think it's butter
Utterly Butterly is great to use when baking cakes and at this price even better, thanks for posting this deal.
Heat. What's the expiry date, thinking of ordering 10 tubs...
dunno2 h, 29 m ago

I can't believe people think it's butter


That is a different brand of margarine.
frozencake3 h, 57 m ago

Utterly crap, who still eats this carcinogenic filth?


Me, especially on Krispy Kreme dozens, that need that extra kick
Ingredients
Allergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredients
Vegetable Oils (Rapeseed, Palm), Water, Buttermilk (10%), Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Emulsifier - E471 Sunflower Lecithin, Preservative - Potassium Sorbate, Acid - Lactic Acid, Colours - Annatto, Curcumin, Flavouring

What is wrong with butter 100% butter? OK maybe a little salt in but
frozencake18 h, 38 m ago

Utterly crap, who still eats this carcinogenic filth?


Does it contain carcinogens?
frozencake21 h, 40 m ago

Utterly crap, who still eats this carcinogenic filth?


Source please? Are you thinking of trans fats? Spreads like these have virtually no trans fats. Many experts think no trans fat spreads are actually healthier than butter. Butter has a lot of good stuff in it but has a few bad things too. Probably the best any of us can do is have a varied, balanced diet which doesn't over-indulge in anything.
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Edited by: "qyestionmark" 25th Apr
CatKisscat10 h, 10 m ago

IngredientsAllergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted …IngredientsAllergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredientsVegetable Oils (Rapeseed, Palm), Water, Buttermilk (10%), Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Emulsifier - E471 Sunflower Lecithin, Preservative - Potassium Sorbate, Acid - Lactic Acid, Colours - Annatto, Curcumin, FlavouringWhat is wrong with butter 100% butter? OK maybe a little salt in but



There is nothing wrong with butter - its just that it is more expensive, which is why these products exist. The contain cheap and nasty ingredients then add some more stuff to look and taste like something, then contain the words butterly to make you think you are buying something vaguely buttery, when it is not. It is more plasticky than buttery.
Great price - is ths in store as well or just online? From looking at the site I'd assume store as well but it wasn't in our local. And if I re-read the site, it *could* be online only....
qyestionmark25th Apr

Source please? Are you thinking of trans fats? Spreads like these have …Source please? Are you thinking of trans fats? Spreads like these have virtually no trans fats. Many experts think no trans fat spreads are actually healthier than butter. Butter has a lot of good stuff in it but has a few bad things too. Probably the best any of us can do is have a varied, balanced diet which doesn't over-indulge in anything.http://healthyeating.sfgate.com/butter-vs-notransfat-margarine-6497.html



unfortunately as it is off topic I am unable to provide the information you are after. My post was removed.
WEBSITE HAS NOW CHANGED THE PRICE TO £1.50! Be warned if you're out for a quid...
£1.50 on the shelf and website . Deal now dead
At times like this I kick myself for not leaping on an order straight away... but I guess it's only a saving of 50p so i shouldn't kick myself too much.

Next time I'll be ready for them...!
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