10 Nut and Seed Butters

Pumpkin Seed Butter

this butter on top of your morning pancakes for a boost in satiety and magnesium, which helps to regulate blood pressure and blood glucose

Peanut Butter

the lunchroom, and it just so happens that peanuts are innately one of the most rich-in-protein nut varieties

Sunflower Butter

SunButter sunflower butter is another great way to get a healthy serving of protein and fat. The product is made from sunflower seeds

Sesame Butter

a paste made from sesame seeds—is that it's also made with dates, which contributes to its thicker consistency.

Almond Butter

almond butter with 6 grams of satiating protein, it's one of our preferred nut kinds of butter. Almonds are rich in vitamin E

Walnut Butter

The Nutty Gourmet makes their walnut butter with walnuts exclusively sourced from California's Central Valley

Cashew Butter

you may just fall in love with Once Again's creamy cashew butter. As is the case with any natural nut butter

Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

chocolate hazelnut spread is a great alternative to Nutella. Two tablespoons of this nut butter yields 160 calories, 9 grams of sugar

Macadamia Nut Butter

macadamia nuts are a great source of the trace mineral manganese Wildnerness Poets macadamia butter suffices half of your daily needs

Coconut Butter

Marantha's coconut butter is the least protein-filled of them all offering just 2 grams of protein per serving Similar to coconut oil

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