Margarine Or Spreadable Butter In My Cake Recipe.

Decorating By cakelove2105 Updated 26 Sep 2013 , 12:07am by auzzi

cakelove2105 Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 1:40am
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Hello everyone,


I bought a big bottle of spreadable butter or margarine thinking it was butter. Now I don't know what to do with it, and can't throw it away. I just wondering if there's any way I can use it to make my cakes? or if there is some use for it in pastry? 


Thanks. :)

2 replies
stefkovic Posted 25 Sep 2013 , 1:45am
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I don't think you can use it in your cakes because when heat hits it it turns to water. But I have used it in icing. I didn't have butter and only had I can't believe it's not butter spread. Made my America Butter Cream with it. It turn out well. It was great for cupcakes. Stayed soft and had a good flavor.

auzzi Posted 26 Sep 2013 , 12:07am
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Does the manufacturer have a web site? they usually have recipes using their own products, including spreadable butters in baking recipes ..

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