The Benefits of Nut Butter

We’re big fans of peanut butter at our house. If it can be peanut butter flavored, we’ve got it! But we also have almond butter and even some pecan butter on hand, as well. I especially love fruit (apples and bananas) along with a bit of nut butter! 

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But I never really thought too much about the benefits that nuts and butter made from nuts offers! I mean, I knew there was lots of protein and some good fats in there, but that’s about it. So when Kaylee from Ghergich & Co. contacted me about an infographic along these lines, I was intrigued! Check this out…

Now I really feel the need to make some cashew butter, don’t you?! I love these ideas! 

What is YOUR favorite kind of nut butter? How do you best like to eat it?

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16 thoughts on “The Benefits of Nut Butter

  1. Of all the allergies to different foods I had as a child and have thankfully outgrown O was never allergic to nuts of any kind. What I didn’t know was how good they really are for you–help with lowering blood sugar? Guess who is going to try this out.

  2. I’ve always wanted to make my own nut butter – I’ve never met a nut butter that I didn’t like. I love making smoothies with peanut butter, almond milk and frozen bananas. I love all the health benefits of eating nut butters.

  3. We love nut butters! I personally love almond butter but I recently tried cashew butter and really loved the taste!

  4. I LOVE Almond butter and would love to try making it at some point! I’ve never tried Walnut butter and that definitely sound interesting. Thanks for sharing as I could probably save a ton of money by making these at home!

  5. Nut butter is on my to try list. Have the nuts, just didn’t have an easy recipe. Now I have no excuse. Love the muffin recipe. Can’t wait to try that as well.

  6. Beautiful and very useful infographic! I don’t think I appreciated nut butter enough. There’s so much to make with it and a solid nutritional value as long as it’s consumed in proper amounts.

  7. Almond butter sounds good. I like almonds but not a big fan of peanuts or peanut butter so maybe I’ll give that a try. Great post to show the benefits of each one. I now know there are more option out there for me.

  8. The only problem with nut butters = so addicting and if they’re not all natural (and ground at the store) a lot of packaged varieties include filler ingredients that are not healthy!

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