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Dairy-Free/ Soy-Free Garlic Butter

THE POSSIBILITIES FOR THIS SPREAD ARE BOUNDLESS! —Slather on toast, saute some vegetables in it…even add other herbs and spices to it for extra pizzazz. Making it’s a whirl!! Let’s get started…

Garlic Butter

You bet it’s better than your average butter!

IN BLENDER:

  1. Blend 2 fresh garlic cloves well
  2. Add ½ cup olive oil and blend until smooth
  3. Add 1 tablespoon at a time until fully incorporated: 1 cup Spectrum Organic All-Vegetable Shortening (this is our preferred brand that’s dairy and soy free. You may use another variety.)
  4. Add salt to taste and blend
    >>You may also experiment with including other herbs and spices as well. Try basil! rosemary! lemon pepper! whatever you fancy :)
  5. Once blended to taste, pour the spread in an airtight container, and set in the fridge until firm.

It’s now ready to spread and make things delicious!
>>Enjoy!<<


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4 comments on “Dairy-Free/ Soy-Free Garlic Butter

  1. Made this tonight with our GF spaghetti and it was delish!!!

  2. Marsha on said:

    How many days does this recipe stay fresh?

    • Hi Marsha,

      The exciting thing about this recipe is that while being free of artificial preservatives, garlic is itself quite a powerful preservative. This will keep in the fridge for more than a week, and you don’t have to be particularly urgent about getting it back to the fridge, as wit all real foods the fresher the better. Thanks for your question. cheers John

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