Easy Vegan Butter #homemade #veganrecipe

Easy Vegan Butter #homemade #veganrecipe

In the event that you cherish spread however loathe the fixings in locally acquired dairy free forms then this hand crafted simple veggie lover margarine formula is the solution to your petitions. It is groggily smooth, rich and velvety and can be prepared in minutes. This vegetarian spread substitute is likewise palm oil and emulsifier free and can be utilized in any capacity you would utilize ordinary margarine!

I concluded that I would attempt to concoct my very own formula, so I could evade, palm oil, emulsifiers, regular flavors and the other abnormal fixings that are recorded in locally acquired veggie lover spreads.

Vegetarian spread is a substitute for ordinary margarine made with bovine's milk and has a similar surface, mouthfeel and a comparable flavor.

This Easy Vegan Butter is so unfathomably smooth, rich and velvety. It spreads delightfully even straight from the ice chest and melts impeccably. Think warm, firm toast with drippy, melty spread… … It likewise tastes as great, if worse than locally acquired vegetarian margarines.


Easy Vegan Butter #homemade #veganrecipe


  • ½ cup / 8 tablespoons almond flour/meal if you make your own in a food processor make sure there is no skin on the almonds as otherwise you'll end up with little brown bits through your butter
  • ½ cup + 2 tablespoons / 150 mls any mildly flavoured unsweetened non-dairy milk but NOT soy, and not canned coconut milk , see recipe notes for suggestions
  • 2 teaspoons nutritional yeast
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
  • ¼ cup/ 60 ml / 4 tablespoons olive oil standard or extra virgin. Only use extra virgin if you don't mind a slight taste of olive oil in the finished butter
  • 1 cup / 240 mls melted & room temperature refined coconut oil it must be refined NOT unrefined
  • 1 pinch ground turmeric optional but helps make colour a little more yellow


  1. Place ground almonds, milk, salt, nutritional yeast & vinegar into a blender and blend until smooth. 
  2. Don't let the blender get too warm while it's blending or the butter can split a bit. If your blender does run a little warm then blend in short bursts and give it a break for a minute or two in between. I used the smoothie setting on mine. It needs to be completely smooth with no grainy bits.
  3. Pour in the refined coconut oil and olive oil then blend on full speed until velvety smooth and light and airy. It took about 1 minute in my Blendtec . If you have a less powerful blender just keep going for longer.
  4. Pour into a container, cover and refrigerate. A glass jar with a lid is perfect. The time it takes to set will depend on how deep your container is. You are looking at at least a couple of hours although you can hurry it up by placing it in the freezer for a little while.

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