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A new sweet and healthy peanut butter has arrived. Lately, we’ve been talking a lot about sugar and the danger it has on our health. One of the most effective tricks to combat your sugar cravings is to switch it out for other ingredients.
Luckily, there are some great options: cocoa, vanilla, ripe banana, baked apple, cinnamon, coconut oil… they are all spectacular choices thanks to their natural sweetness. Discover more ingredients in this post.
Want to know which ones we decided to use in our famous peanut butter? Keep reading to find out!.
Why is our peanut butter so good?
Natruly’s Peanut Butter is a best seller. The original version alone sells more than 3,000 units per month. And there are plenty of reasons why…
- It only contains peanuts: 100 % of the best quality peanuts the market has to offer.
- No sugars, sweeteners, or polyalcohols… We are very aware that all these compounds pose a danger to the health of our intestinal microbiota and cause many digestive problems.
- No refined oils.
- No added salt.
- No additives or flavorings.
Two new peanut butter flavors
For our traditionalists, we have our Original, Organic, Crunchy, and SuperSmooth peanut butter. But, for those of us looking for something a little different (and have a sweet tooth) we’ve added two new flavors that we are sure you’re going to love!
Peanut Butter + Cocoa and Vanilla
Who can resist the smell and sweetness of vanilla? This flavor is not only used in cookies and cakes but is the perfect combo for coffees, herbal teas, and milk. It’s so versatile and popular which is why we’ve chosen it to star in Natruly’s peanut butter.
Plus we’ve added an irresistible touch of natural, unsweetened, unprocessed cocoa.
Peanut Butter + Vanilla and Cinnamon
A spectacular combination of the sweet aroma of vanilla and cinnamon, one of the most enticing flavors ever!
We’ve used cinnamon from Ceylon: As of late, there’s been a lot of talk about the importance of where we get our cinnamon powder. Cassia (originally from China, Indonesia, or Vietnam and perhaps the most widely sold) contains too much coumarin, which when consumed in large quantities can be toxic to the liver. The Ceylon variety contains hardly any of this compound, making it a safer choice.
What do I eat with my peanut butter?
For me personally, it would be more of a matter of what don’t I eat it with?! I truly believe they go with anything:
- Spread it on some toast.
- Drizzle some over freshly cut fruit.
- Add it to your smoothies.
- Or, in the dough of cakes, pancakes, and pies (oh, my!).
- Perhaps with your yogurt?
- Or as a topping for your oatmeal.