I Can’t Believe I Baked without Butter! #CookwithSpreads

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Unilever. My opinions on I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! and baking without butter are my own.


I have a confession to make; I am really surprised at how well baking without butter worked out! I was a bit skeptical in the beginning. Although I’m not much of a cook, just about every other woman in my family is superb in the kitchen. One thing I can pull off semi-well is baking. Holiday cookies are my favorite, with muffins coming in a close second. I love muffins because they’re hard to mess up and they don’t have to be pretty to be edible. Pretty food and I don’t get along. Anyway, this long line of supreme cooking women all had one major thing in common: they believed you have to use butter to bake. Butter, butter, butter. That’s it. No substitution. One simply cannot bake without butter in their eyes. So when I embarked on my journey of cooking with I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter, I was a little nervous. After all, as the name itself says, it’s not butter.


Now, mind you, I’ve used I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! for many other things in the past. Spread on toast, frying Perogies,   on “buttered” noodles, and more. I’ve always liked the creamy taste more than I liked actual butter anyway. Baking with it, though, I was nervous. Even my mom gave me a raised eyebrow look when I told her I was using I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter sticks instead of actual butter sticks in my blueberry muffin recipe. Then again, I get that skeptical look every time I announce I’m trying a new recipe, so that could have had something to do with it. My mom is a great cook, but she sticks to recipes, whereas I like to try new things and risk it coming out horrible. Like the chocolate covered fruit I was originally going to make. Epic fail, but at least now I know not to use that type of chocolate!

I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter! Makes Baking Without Butter a Cinch

One of the things I really love about cooking without butter and instead using I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter is just how easy it is. Remember, I’m not a professional cook. I’m barely even an amateur cook! Easy is incredibly important to me. If you recall from my video, I don’t even know what the word “fold” means when it comes to food! I don’t have time to figure out weird stuff, like whether there is a difference in one tablespoon of the tub stuff versus the stick form. Hey, I honestly don’t know! Those of you who know your way around the kitchen are probably laughing now. That’s fine, I get it! The point is, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter comes in convenient sticks that are sized like regular butter, as well as tubs for when I just want to spread it on my toast. I don’t’ need to worry about whether I’m using the right amount.

The health benefits are another major plus. I love that I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter gives me Omega-3s. I really think I need more of those, as I’m a picky eater and half the stuff that contains it doesn’t appeal to me at all. Plus, no trans fats and 30% fewer calories than butter is a major benefit. Of course, they taste delicious too. I suppose that really should be the first major plus, since if something tastes bad, it doesn’t matter if it’s easy to use or healthy.

Find I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter at Walmart


Your local Walmart should have a lovely selection of I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. It’s very reasonably priced too! Check it out and tell us if you’re planning to make a recipe without butter sometime soon!
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Unilever.

13 thoughts on “I Can’t Believe I Baked without Butter! #CookwithSpreads”

  1. I haven’t tried this before but am going to look more into it. You have me convinced that it’s good and good for me! Those muffins turned out looking yummy!

  2. This is all that my husband will eat! lol I’ll admit I really do like it, too 🙂 Great Post! I’m gonna have to go make some blueberry muffins now, too! lol

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