Country Crock Spread Review

My family uses Country Crock Shedd’s Spread at our table. It spreads easily and has only 70 calories per tablespoon (butter has 100). Don’t get me wrong. I still use real butter when I cook, but in the mornings, trying to spread cold butter on biscuits or toast is a major hassle. Country Crock spreads easily, right out of the fridge, and the taste can’t be beat. You can use it in your recipes too, and it comes in sticks, as well as tubs. That makes it really easy to use in recipes.

Country Crock Calcium with Vitamin D is the Shedd’s Spread that I buy most often. Every little bit helps when you are trying to supplement your children’s daily requirements for vitamins and minerals. Country Crock gives me and my kids a little help. Plus, all varieties of Country Crock have 70% less saturated fat, 30% fewer calories than butter and no cholesterol! Our free range Americauna chickens lay the best eggs, and they taste great fried in a small amount of Shedd’s Spread Country Crock.

And, if you are worried about calories, Shedd’s Spread Country Crock comes in a light version too.
If that is not enough, they also have a Honey Spread, and a Cinnamon Spread, both of which get gobbled up very quickly in our house!

Try Country Crock today. Just go here for a $.40 coupon.

I was given a coupon from com, but my house uses Country Crock already, so it had no bearing on my review…

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