Butter Unsalted Nutrition Facts

Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for Butter Unsalted.


There are 102 calories in Butter Unsalted.


Nutrition Facts
Butter Unsalted
Serving Size:


tbsp (14 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 104
Calories 102

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 12 grams

Saturated Fat 7.2 grams

Polyunsaturated Fat 0.4 grams
Monounsaturated Fat 3.3 grams

Cholesterol 31 milligrams

Sodium 1.6 milligrams

Potassium 3.4 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 0 grams

Dietary Fiber 0 grams

Sugars 0 grams
Protein 0.1 grams

Vitamin A


Vitamin C





Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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How long would it take to burn off 100 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 27 minutes
Running (6mph) 10 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 14 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

Which butter is unsalted?

There are two types of butter in general: Salted butter is butter with added salt, whereas unsalted butter has no additional salt content. Here are additional considerations between the two types of butter: Flavor: Made up of butterfat, unsalted butter does not contain any extra salt.

What is meant by unsalted butter?

Unsalted butter contains no added salt. Think of it as butter in its purest form. As a result, unsalted butter has a shorter shelf life than salted butter (and many cooks will also tell you that it has a fresher taste). In terms of flavor, unsalted butter has a more pronounced mellow sweetness than salted butter.

Is margarine unsalted butter?

Margarine. Margarine is similar to unsalted butter, but it has a softer texture. Melted margarine works best in recipes that require melted butter.

What is the difference between salted butter and unsalted?

What’s the Main Difference Between Salted Butter and Unsalted Butter? Both salted and unsalted butters are made of the very same Grade AA quality butter, but salted butter has salt added to it— that’s it!

What kind of butter do you use for baking?

unsalted butter

For baking purposes, the Test Kitchen recommends using unsalted butter so you can better control the amount of salt that goes into the recipe. Salted butter is best for serving at the table with bread or to flavor a dish, like mashed potatoes.

When a baking recipe calls for butter is it unsalted?

Baking recipes typically call for unsalted butter because the amount of salt in salted butter varies depending on the brand – there is no “industry standard.” For example, if you use one brand of salted butter in a recipe, and we use another, our baked goods could end up tasting very different from one other.

What happens if you use margarine instead of unsalted butter?

In baking, melted margarine could work in recipes that call for melted butter, but in recipes that call for softened butter, swapping in tub margarine may change the texture; for example, cakes will be less tender, and cookies will generally spread out more and be less crisp.

Can you swap salted butter for unsalted?

Adjust Salt

Next, if you’re swapping unsalted for salted butter, reduce the amount of salt listed in the recipe to adjust for the salt in the butter. Take ¼ teaspoon of salt away for every stick of butter used*. Do the opposite if you’re swapping salted for unsalted butter.