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How to Make Flora Spread


Last week I was invited to the Flora Blend Bar in Hertfordshire to create my very own spread using a range of healthy and natural plant-based ingredients. It was a fantastic experience and I’m now super excited to share it with you!

Flora Plant Spread

You can use this spread for cooking and all of your baking needs. You can even use it as a replacement drizzle on your salads and other meals!

Flora is a popular household name in the UK and the company generally makes soft spread with a range of simple ingredients, including buttermilk, plant oils, seed oils and just a pinch of salt!

The seed oils which go into flora are mostly rapeseed, linseed and sunflower seed oil. These seeds are an amazing source of omega-3 and omega-6 fats which, as we know, are great for the health of the heart.

These fats are also essential in our diet as they help our children to grow and develop properly. They also help the whole family to keep their cholesterol levels low. Flora spreads are also a rich source of vitamin E which is exactly what we need to keep ourselves looking young!

Making the Spread

Making the spread with Patrick at Flora was so quick and simple, and you can all absolutely do this at home.

So, the first ingredient was a combination oil of linseed oil, rapeseed oil and sunflower oil. This was then flavoured with oil made from hazelnuts and almonds, as well as some water and carrot juice for colouring.

Lemon was also added for freshness and a tiny little bit of salt for additional flavour. Finally, there was a very small amount of cream (regular or plant-based) and just a drop of palm oil.

All you have to do is whip out your hand blender and pour the oil mix into a large jug. You can then turn the hand blender on and pour the water in too. As you continue to blitz, squeeze in the lemon and then a dash of salt. Keep the blender turned on and include the palm oil and cream. Finally, the carrot juice can be included as you continue to blend.

After a few minutes you can stop and then leave in the fridge in an airtight container to cool. Alternatively, if you happen to have an ice cream maker to hand then you can pour your spread into this and let it do its thing!

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