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What the expert says: Almond butter is the gateway to peanut butter alternatives due to its mild flavor profile and growing accessibility. And nutritionally, it’s worth the slightly higher cost. 5 Peanut Butter Alternatives. Keep in mind that peanut butter isn’t the only option when it comes to nut butters. There are healthy nut butter options available that you can buy prepared of make yourself.
Here are some of the most popular: 1. Almond butter. Although it is very expensive, almond butter tastes great and is very nutritious. A two-tablespoon serving is virtually identical to peanut. Another great alternative is hemp seed butter.
Hemp seeds are non-allergenic and can be enjoyed by many people with nut allergies. Hemp seed butter is also a great source of protein with the perfect amount of omega6 to omega3. Hemp butter has a similar taste to sunflower seed and almond butter. Both kids and parents love the flavor. This supersmooth peanut butter is worth slathering on everything: hot waffles, crisp apples, just-baked banana bread.
Delicious, Organic Alternative to Peanut Butter, 16 ounce plastic jars. Peanut butter cookies, peanut butter jelly sandwiches, and other treats can benefit from the best peanut butter jars on this list picked by food industry experts. Walnut Butter. Wellnut Farms, $13.99.
Walnut butters are a unique alternative to the stale peanut and almond everyday options, and because of its incredibly rich omega-3 fatty acid amounts, it’s incredibly nourishing and healthful. But Taste Test: Of all the nut butters we taste tested, this one had the most unanimous agreement—we all. There are more peanut butter alternatives out there to try and enjoy! Nut Butters: Peanut Butter Substitutes.
Many of the nut butters below are an easy and delicious substitute for peanut butter. Be sure to read the description for each, as each nut butter has its own distinct taste and set of uses. Almond Butter. 5. Santa Cruz Organic Dark Roasted Peanut Butter. $5.79 per pound (36.2 cents per ounce) At almost double the price of the cheapest “natural” options, this had better be good. Santa Cruz’s peanut butter contains only roasted peanuts and 1% or less of salt.
It’s also organic, which might have something to do with the amped-up price point. 5 Alternatives to Peanut Butter 1. Sunbutter: It’s our favorite. Yes, it does have a “sunflower seed” after taste mainly because it’s made with sunflower seeds but we are used to it.
Here are 5 alternatives to peanut butter: Sunflower butter. This butter is made from sunflower seeds and is a great source of magnesium and vitamin E. As an added bonus, it contains less sugar and saturated fat than some popular peanut butter brands. Brand of Choice: Trader Joe’s Sunflower Seed Butter.
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