Ghee on Toast: Why Everyone Loves It?

One of the favorite toast toppings of many people is ghee. Nothing beats slathering a dollop of rich-tasting ghee on toast, which is soft and spreadable at room temperature. Ghee is not only tasty, but it is also nutritious. Consuming good fats like ghee has a range of advantages:

  • Ghee has more nutrients than butter (fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins), but it may not be delightful without lactose and casein. The clarification process removes lactose and casein from ghee.
  • Ghee provides a filling and relaxing feeling after consuming it.
  • It makes you ingest and assimilate food more effectively, including the Ghee on Toast and other toppings you consume with it.

We enjoy using sourdough as the basis for ghee toast. Sourdough bread is more digestible than other forms of bread due to the fermentation process, and it has a delightful tangy flavor that makes our taste buds dance.

Ghee is genuinely transformational as a spice source: deep and complex. And if it comes from cow milk, ghee does not taste or appear precisely like the butter you spread on your morning toast. It has a darker, golden hue and a nuttier taste for various factors, proponents of the fashionable fat brag about it. One advantage is that it has a significantly higher smoke point than regular butter when used in cooking.


When compared to regular butter, clarified butter has more fat and calories per serving (it has a higher water content). It lasts longer (it can be kept in the fridge for up to six months) and, like coconut oil, solidifies when refrigerated. It solidifies into oil at room temperature, making it suitable to spread ghee on toast instead of butter. Ghee is a better choice to be used as a bread and toast spread as compared to butter.

Why New Zealand? 

Milk and milk products are highly nutritious and one of the most digestible sources of protein, providing essential building blocks for a healthy diet for young and old. As one of the few large dairy exporting countries, New Zealand plays a vital role in global nutritional security.

Source: NZ Story

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If you are looking forward to using ghee for your breakfast needs, buy Milkio’s 100% pure grass-fed ghee. It is entirely organic and Non-GMO certified by BioGro, New Zealand. FIANZ has granted Milkio ghee Halal Certification.

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