Can you use butter spray for baking cookies?

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Can you use butter spray for baking cookies?

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answered Mar 30 by 2021sucked (38,920 points)
You can use butter spray for baking cookies and other baked goods.

To make your own butter spray you simply melt about 2 tablespoons unsalted butter and let cool until warm.

Whisk in 2 teaspoons of any neutral flavored oil.

I prefer grapeseed or avocado, but anything you have on hand will do.

Pour it into a food-safe spritzer bottle and spritz away.

Butter spray lasts up to 2 years although it can remain safe to use after that but it's best to use the butter spray within 2 years or less.

Spray butter is not actually real butter as spray butter is actually made with soybean oil and is not dairy free.

Butter spray is used for adding butter flavor without adding the fat of real butter or margarine and is used for dishes such as cookies, chicken potatoes, popcorn etc.

Butter spray is not as healthy as stick butter and regular butter but it goes well on a variety of dishes.

A stick of butter has less calories and the same amount of fat as butter spray.

The healthiest butters are natural oil butters and ghee which is clarified butter.

You can also make your own butter spray at home.

To make butter spray you simply melt about 2 tablespoons unsalted butter and let cool until warm.

Whisk in 2 teaspoons of any neutral flavored oil.

I prefer grapeseed or avocado, but anything you have on hand will do.

Pour it into a food-safe spritzer bottle and spritz away.

The best butter substitute for greasing a skillet is one that is made with healthy fats, such as olive oil or avocado oil.

These oils are high in monounsaturated fats, which have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease.

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