Simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter

 Make Your Own simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter In 10 minutes flat 🙂

Simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter

How to make your own simple vegan butter– I know it sounds next to impossible, but you can make your own butter with less than 10 minutes of preparation. All the while feeling good about the fact that your food is free of cholesterol and cruelty to animals.Vegan butter is a super healthy alternative for all your desserts and pastries. Just imagine the recipes or dishes that you have avoided just because it is too buttery or too unhealthy. Well, the possibilities with your own homemade vegan butter are virtually endless and you do not have to curb your cravings for that special dessert anymore.

Thus far, I have tried several recipes with this and I am yet to be disappointed. Most important of all, it comes in very handy for the breakfast toasts I have to prepare for the kids. The homemade butter applies just as well as the real version. It has a consistency that just melts in your mouth. I have tried the store bought versions of vegan butter and I would definitely say that my homemade version will stand up to it.

Better yet, the homemade version will be free of Lecithin. So it is again, a healthy alternative.

Simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter The basic idea of making homemade vegan butter is not anything new but I have tried this with several alternate ingredients and they work very well. Check out the list of ingredients in my recipe and you will see that I have listed options that I have tried that work. Also check out my video and share it with your friends and family. Replacing butter with this vegan, homemade butter could be a great gift of health!

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Simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter

Simple Vegan Butter 

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 25g


  • 1 cup organic refined coconut oil
  • ¼ cup olive oil
  • ½ cup plain Soy Milk or Almond Milk
  • 1 tsp cornstarch or Oats flour or Chickpea flour
  • ¼ tsp salt ( optional)


  1. If the refined coconut oil is solid (Depending on your weather), melt it in low heat.
  2. Blend all ingredients together in low speed setting for 2 minutes
  3. As the flour binds the oil and milk together, neatly scrape them off the blender with a silicone spatula
  4. Set it in a small pan in the refrigerator and let it solidify.
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Your homemade Simple Vegan butter is ready! Cut them into long sticks or little cubes!

Simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter

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49 thoughts on “Simple Vegan Butter-Homemade Dairy Free Butter

  1. That looks so good and just like butter. I’m going to pass it on to a friend – she has a dairy free diet – I’m sure she will love it.

  2. I love the ingenuity in this recipe! As I read the headline, I thought: How on Earth is she going to do this?!
    Well, I kept reading and found out. Sure seems like a good alternative to the dairy.

  3. This looks fantastic for everyone, not just vegans. I love using coconut oil, but have never even thought to use it as butter. Thanks for this idea!

  4. Seriously, that’s all you need to make butter? This is the only recipe that makes me want to make my own. I’ve seen weird ingredients in some and well no, it sounded complicated.

    Thank you for a stress free easy and cheap way of making my own!

    1. Nutriva – Refined coconut oil. And used pure olive oil. Not extra virgin. You can use vegetable oil instead of olive oil. Thanks for stopping by!

  5. hey want to try this, how long does this last in the fridge? and would it be okay to use unrefined coconut oil? i dont mind if its just for taste reasons

  6. I am so excited! My classroom is going gluten free, dairy free, and sugar free to help support one of our co-workers that was diagnosed as pre-diabetic at 22. I love to cook and bake but often times need butter and that was where I was stuck. I am so grateful for this recipe!! Thank you!!

  7. Thank you for sharing this recipe! Can this butter be stored at room temperature in a butter keeper (not a butter dish)? And, if not, how long can it be kept in the refrigerator?

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