The Official Butter of Bake from Scratch

Kerrygold butter is made from the milk of cows that graze on lush, green pastures of small family farms in Ireland for the majority of the year. In fact, the signature brilliantly gold color of the butter comes from naturally occurring beta-carotene in the intensely green Irish grass. Revered by home bakers, Kerrygold butter provides unprecedented richness to all baked goods, from flaky pie dough to decadent buttercream. 

You can purchase Kerrygold at most local grocery stores. Find out more about Kerrygold products online.

Cows in a pasture

WHY WE BAKE WITH IT

Unlike American-made butters which are only required to contain 80% butterfat, Kerrygold contains at least 82% butterfat. Although it doesn’t sound like much of a difference, that extra two percent makes for richer, creamier, and more buttery bakes. Using Kerrygold, your pastries and pie crusts will be tender and flaky, your buttercreams silky, and your cakes all the richer. Plus, thanks to the grass the cows eat, this golden-hued Irish butter will lend a nuanced cultured flavor profile to your bakes that can’t be beat

HOW WE BAKE WITH KERRYGOLD

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