Bake Delicious Sugar Cookies with Extra Light Olive Oil
November 14, 2017
A Lighter Way to Create Special Holiday Memories.
Did you know that you can substitute 3/4 cup of olive oil for every cup of butter called in a recipe?
Chef Stuart O’Keeffe bakes delicious sugar cookies with extra light olive oil from Star Fine Foods as a cholesterol-friendly substitute for butter. Loaded with healthy unsaturated fats, olive oil is touted as a heart healthy staple by the American Heart Association.
When baking, you should use extra light olive oil because it has a very mild taste allowing the flavors of the other ingredients to shine through.
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