Frylight Cooking Spray FAQs
Where can I buy Frylight?
Frylight is available in all major supermarkets in the UK and Ireland. For specific stockists please contact our Consumer Care Team.
What variants are available?
Sunflower Oil, Olive Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Butter Flavour, Garlic Flavour and BBQ & Grill Oil. Check out our full range here.
What are the ingredients of Frylight?
Oil, water, sunflower lecithin (emulsifier), xanthan gum (thickener), sugar beet alcohol (helps preserve the product), natural flavourings. For more information about these ingredients please click here.
Does Frylight contain chemicals?
No, Frylight contains no artificial ingredients. All of the ingredients start life on the farm (except for water!).
Can I use all Frylight variants for frying, roasting and baking?
Yes all Frylight products are suitable for frying, roasting and baking. For optimal performance we recommend Sunflower for frying, Olive and Rapeseed for roasting, Coconut for stir fries/curries and Butter for baking.
Can I use Frylight to replace any other cooking oil?
Yes, using Frylight in your cooking replaces the need for any other cooking oil and can replace approx. 120 calories (compared to a tablespoon of cooking oil).
How many sprays do I need to cook with?
We recommend using at least 5 sprays to cover the surface of an average frying pan.
Should I keep Frylight in the fridge?
No. As all oils will solidify when kept at a cool temperature Frylight should be kept out of the fridge and away from light at room temperature.
Does Frylight contain alcohol?
Yes we use a small amount of alcohol in our products as a preservative. This is made from sugar beets and water. The alcohol evaporates away during cooking and is undetectable under scientific testing.
Is Frylight suitable for vegetarians and vegans?
Yes, no Frylight products contain animal or dairy products. The Butter variety contains natural butter flavouring from a non-dairy source.
Is Frylight gluten free?
Yes, Frylight can be used by those who are intolerant to gluten including celiacs.
What is the best way to clean my cookware after using Frylight?
We recommend that all cookware is washed by hand in hot soapy water straight after cooking. Many non-stick pans claim to be dishwasher safe, but the very hot water and harsh detergents aren't good for the non-stick coating. Over time this will cause the pan's coating to deteriorate much faster than washing by hand. Learn more about how to use Frylight.
The product comes out in a creamy colour, why is this?
Frylight is an emulsion and is cream in colour.
My pump has stopped working, what should I do?
When first used the pump must be primed before it will spray. This could take up to 10 finger pumps. If the spray still doesn’t work contact our Consumer Care Team. If the spray stops working after some time try turning the spray head button to face in the opposite direction and try again. If this fails please contact our Consumer Care Team.
My Coconut Frylight won't spray, what shall I do?
During the winter months Coconut Frylight sometimes feels the cold too much! To prevent it from starting to solidify and therefore not spray we recommend you keep your Coconut Frylight near a warm place such as a radiator for 20-30 minutes before use. This will ensure it is not lumpy. Give it a good shake and it should spray as normal. If this fails please contact our Consumer Care Team.
Can I use Frylight in baking?
Yes, Frylight is perfect for cake and bake release. Just spray on the inside of your cake tins before adding the batter to give excellent turn out results. Also spray flat baking trays to prevent biscuits from sticking. We don't suggest Frylight to be used as a replacement for fat ingredients when making cakes and bakes.
What else can I use Frylight for?
For tips on how to use your Frylight beyond frying please click here