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Watkins All Natural Extract, Imitation Butter, 11 Ounce (Packaging may vary)
- No artificial colors
- Made using only the finest ingredients
- Concentrated flavor guarantees superior results
- Large economical size
- Excellent baking results
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Flavor: Imitation Butter | Size: 11 Ounce
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From a bluff high above the Mississippi Rover in Winona, Minnesota, comes the purity of J.R. Watkins. Our tried-and-true products have been good and natural through and through since 1868.
Watkins, Pure Extracts
Recognized by loyal customers for our quality ingredients and attention to detail. Our extracts and flavorings contain high quality ingredients and are backed by the same expertise that has made Watkins Vanilla the choice of generations.
Watkins, Pure Extracts
Watkins, Pure ExtractsWe source the finest ingredients from all over the world to make our award-winning extracts, spices and seasonings. No wonder J.R. Watkins has been a beloved mainstay of American kitchens for over a hundred years.
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Top Customer Reviews
 Wilton - sweet one-note plain vanilla, with a faint chemical edge that tangs the back of my throat
 McCormick - thin one-note plain vanilla without any artificial extra dimensions or after taste, innocous. Like if the genuine McCormick vanilla had all but one dimension removed.
 Penzey's - I disliked - the best way I can describe it is a combination flavor with aspects of flower, artificial coconut-pineapple blend, and cheap mallow filled pastel coated easter candy.
 Watkins - tasted mostly of a strong filled out familiar vanilla with a second faint note of artificial toasted marshmallow - that artificial marshmallow extra is not something I want in anything I make
It came down to a VERY close race with McCormick and Watkins neck and neck, Watkins had a lot of points for its fullness in contrast to McCormick's thin plain simplicity, but in the end McCormick won because of what it did NOT have - no after taste chemical or otherwise, no non-vanilla flavor additions. It may be thin and simple, but it has nothing that takes away from the basic vanilla that it does have, and it doesn't even taste artificial. One pro, no cons.
People who are familiar with this product understand this. It is made with Madasgascar vanilla beans which are probably the best in the world.
Watkins makes a pure vanilla extract if that is what you would rather have and it is excellent. I have both, but the original double strength is what I use the most. I'm in my 60's and like others on here, I can remember my grandmothers using this when I was little. As far as I am concerned it is the best and I never use anything else. Either one of these beats the heck out of McCormicks
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has a very nice minty flavor. I have used it to make chocolate mint banana ice cream with my Yonanas machine.Published 3 hours ago by jenny8675309
I think for a faux vanilla extract this is very nice tasting. It does the trick if you want all white icing and that is all I use this for. I use real vanillas for baking.Published 2 days ago by OAH
Great if you don't accidentally put too much in. We put extra in a drink and you could really taste the alcohol. I have had other brands that were more forgiving.Published 9 days ago by Lady Tichenor