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Organic Vegan Butter Alternatives in Baking

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Some people say that butter is one of the hardest things to give up on when you go on a vegan diet. Butter is the main ingredient in a lot of tasty things we find everywhere such as croissants, cakes, desserts, and even in some kinds of bread. Although butter is high in calories and fat, people enjoy it very much and include it in their daily diet. Eating a lot of butter may contribute to weight gain and could play a part in raising levels of LDL cholesterol. So what can we do if we want to maintain vegan, but still wanting to enjoy things that usually butter is the main ingredient? Here are 3 vegan butter alternatives in baking that you can find easily everywhere:

Coconut oil – lucky for us, we were born in a time when we know how to use coconut oil in many ways. Coconut oil is one of the greatest alternatives for butter when it comes to baking vegan cakes or pastries. You can swap the amount of butter in the recipe in the same amount of coconut oil. Although coconut oil in most cases can replace butter in baking, there will still be a taste of coconut in anything you put it in. So if you’re a fan of coconut flavor, that is an excellent choice.

Applesauce – when we were kids, applesauce was one of our favorite things to eat! It was sweet and delicious, and our parents fed us it many times. Applesauce is a great source of fiber and vitamin C. It is also a great natural alternative for butter when we want to bake some delicious homemade bread or cake. Replace the butter with half of the amount of applesauce as in the recipe.

Mashed bananas – bananas are a natural replacement for butter or oil in anything you would like to bake at home. Bananas are rich with vitamins, fiber, magnesium, protein, and fat. In order to replace the butter with mashed bananas just use the same amount as in the recipe.

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