by Kiri Tannenbaum in Taste Test, April 8, 2015
by Katie Cavuto-Boyle in Uncategorized, February 20, 2011
PB&J has gotten an adult makeover. These days, peanut butters are being crowded off the supermarket shelves by almond butters. They’re a great alternative for those with peanut allergies. Aside from being lower in saturated fats than most other nut butters, almond butter has nutrients like magnesium and potassium, and provides more calcium, iron and vitamin E. If that doesn’t make you a convert, maybe the fact that almond butter is also ridiculously delicious will.
We tasted five brands, judging them on a scale of 1 to 5 (with 5 being the best) for taste, texture and value, to help you make an informed decision the next time you’re standing in the grocery aisle. Watch out for added sugars: Each of these brands has between one and four grams of sugar per serving (two tablespoons is standard), making them good choices for your spread. Read more
by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Recipes, March 13, 2009
- Almond Butter Apples - Photo Courtesy Food Network Magazine
I love peanut butter! If you’re a fanatic like me, you’ll love how quick, simple, creative and healthy making your own nut butters can be. Homemade nut butters are preservative-free and packed with heart-healthy fats. They are a versatile ingredient that’s both filling and delicious. Smear these nut butters on a cracker, a slice of apple or crusty whole grain bread or blend it into your favorite recipe.
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Peanut butter is definitely one of my all-time favorite healthy foods, but there’s more to nut butters than just peanuts. Discover all the possibilities — each comes with its own healthy fats, protein and unique nutrients.
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