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Ghee powder: 5 instant uses of it in your ghee recipes

  • May 21, 2022
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Ghee powder is the dry form of ghee.

You can carry ghee powder and use it as an instant creamer.  Let’s check how you can use dairy powder in your diet.

Ghee powder is a dairy product that converts ghee into powder form. It is a dry product, where the qualities of ghee are primarily maintained. The dairy powder is easy to use and can be used as an instant ghee alternative in ghee recipes. It is also known as clarified butter powder. 

It’s travel-friendly, spill-proof, and offers you instant access to ghee benefits in a handy way.

Ghee powder for keto coffee

If you want to make fatty coffee as part of your keto diet, powdered ghee is the right condiment; handy, easy to store, and spill-proof. Mix one or two spoonfuls of clarified butter powder in your coffee and your keto-fatty coffee will be instantly prepared.  

Use ghee powder in your baking recipes.

If you plan to bake a cake, the dairy powder is the perfect replacement for the ghee ingredient we generally use. You can use the powder in the batter to work precisely as ghee. Similarly, you can use the powder for making cookies and banana bread.  You can try the powdered form of ghee in all ghee recipes.

As an alternative to butter spread

You can use this dairy powder as a healthy butter alternative. It is easy to convert dairy powder into a ghee spread. You may try two spoons of water and two spoons of ghee powder. If you mix them both, it will create a creamy consistency, and you are done!

Making a ghee spread is an easy and handy process. The dairy powder will offer you the same nutritional benefits and delectable taste. 

Ghee powder on your popcorn

 You can use the powdered form of ghee in different ways. For instance, you can try it on popcorn, and with seasoning, it will offer you a nutty ghee aroma. Similarly, you can use it on homemade pizza, macaroni, or roasted chicken. 

Just sprinkle it on the mashed potatoes or when sautéing veggies. Instead of using ghee as a seasoning, sprinkle the dairy powder on your preferred sautéed veggies. It will offer you the same aroma of ghee. 

It is a handy condiment for soups and sauces.

Are you planning to prepare tasty soups and sauces? You can use ghee powder-the dried form of ghee. This non-oil soluble powder is a healthy substitute for ghee. Just add it to the water and then use it in the recipe. Ghee’s original taste and aroma will not be compromised, and it is easy to use. 

 The advantages of using ghee powder:

  • It is a healthy substitute for ghee: you can carry it in a handbag while traveling—the product is travel-safe, and you won’t need to worry about the spillage hazard.
  • It is more shelf-friendly than ghee. You can store it in your kitchen longer than grass-fed ghee of the best and premium quality.
  • Ghee powder is lactose and casein-free, hence suitable for the diet of lactose intolerants. 
  • It contains saturated fats like ghee, as ghee powder is prepared by drying ghee. It offers ghee-like nutrition; hence, it is keto and paleo-friendly. If used in moderation, it is supportive of weight loss. 

Storage and handling tips for ghee powder

Proper storage and handling of ghee powder are vital to maintain its quality and prevent it from spoiling. Here are some tips:


  1. Airtight Container: Transfer the ghee powder into an airtight container with a secure lid. This will help prevent moisture and air from entering the container, which can lead to spoilage.
  2. Cool and Dry Location: Store the container in a cool, dry place, well-protected from direct sunlight or heat sources. Avoid keeping it near the stove, oven, or other appliances that generate heat.
  3. Refrigeration (Optional): While ghee powder has a long shelf life at room temperature, you can extend the product’s freshness by storing it in the refrigerator. This is particularly helpful if you live in a hot and humid climate.
  4. Avoid Exposure to Light: Exposure to light can cause ghee powder to deteriorate and lose its flavor. Consider using an opaque or tinted container if storing it in the refrigerator.


  1. Clean and Dry Utensils: Always use clean and dry utensils when scooping out powder ghee to prevent moisture from getting into the container.
  2. Keep Away from Water: Moisture is the enemy of ghee powder. Ensure that your hands are dry when handling it, and be cautious not to let any water come into contact with the powder or the container.
  3. Avoid Cross-Contamination: If you’re using a spoon to scoop out ghee powder, ensure it doesn’t come into contact with other ingredients, especially if you have dietary restrictions or allergies.
  4. Use a Dry Spoon: If the ghee powder starts to clump due to moisture exposure, use a dry spoon to break apart the clumps. You can also return the powder to a dry environment to help it regain its powdery consistency.
  5. Seal the Container Tightly: After each use, seal the container tightly to restrict air from entering and causing the ghee’s powder to absorb moisture or develop odors from its surroundings.
  6. Check for Spoilage: Periodically inspect the ghee’s powder for any signs of spoilage, such as off odors, unusual colors, or clumping that cannot be remedied. If you notice any of these signs, it’s best to discard the product.

By following these storage and handling tips, you can ensure that your ghee powder remains fresh and maintains its quality throughout its shelf life. Properly stored ghee powder can last an extended period, making it a convenient and versatile ingredient in your kitchen.

Summing up:

Milkio Foods, New Zealand, manufactures grass-fed quality ghee dry powder. The dried powdered version of pasture-raised, all-natural grass-fed ghee offers CLA support for weight loss and butyrate aids for colon care. It is a non-GMO, lactose, casein, and gluten-free dairy product that you can use for all ghee and butter recipes.

If You Wish to partner with us to Import/Buy/Distribute/Trade Our Milkio Ghee products, or for developing Private label ghee products, or contract ghee manufacturing support, Please Feel Free To Contact Us Via Our Email, We Will Be In Touch With You Within the next 48 Hrs.

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