Which is better, a Cake made with Olive Oil or Butter?

Posted by Donna DeMitro on

No butter please

In a article in the Washington Post, titled "Butter or olive oil? Eggs or no?",  by Cara Rosenbloom, a writer for the pager's wellness section discloses a nutritional review cuts through the myths..

 

"Nutrition can be confusing. Fad diets make headline news, and we’re bombarded with flip-flopping reports about what to eat. The constant changes can make it tricky to plan a nutritious diet.

 

To separate fact from fiction, a panel of physicians and researchers did a deep dive into the nutritional science, and Monday they published their findings in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. In the review, they examined the attention-grabbing controversies related to heart health and drilled down to give the most current, evidence-based advice. Here’s what they recommend.

 

Which oil should I buy?


For heart health, liquid vegetable oils (olive, canola, etc.) are better than hard fats such as butter, margarine and coconut oil."

 

A Cake made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil has the following benefits.:

 

  1. It Helps fight diabetes
  2. Rich and healthy and high on non-saturated fats.
  3. Has strong anti-inflammatory properties
  4. Not associated with weight gain and obesity


 If you would like a cake made with olive oil instead of butter, we are offering a cake in 32 flavors. They are:

 

Almond

Angel food cake

Banana

Blueberry

Butterscotch NEW

Caramel

Carrot 

Chocolate:-dark chocolate/ swiss chocolate/ devil's Chocolate/Belgian/Dark/Marble NEW

Coconut/Toasted Coconut

Coconut lime

Cherry 

Lemon 

Lime

Marble New

Mint Chocolate Chip

Mocha

Orangesickle New

Pecan Turtle Delight

Pistachio 

Red velvet

Strawberry 

Walnut

White 

Vanilla/ French Vanilla 

 

Ventito Bakery frostings are in alphabetical order as follows:

 

buttercream

chocolate

Cream Cheese NEW

satin

vanilla

Vanilla Bean NEW

 

 


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