Hello, Mr. Sun. We’ve had some crazy weather here this year. Every time we turn around our cable and wireless is going out from the storms. It’s crazy how much I depend on both of these services. Seeing the sun has been rare. That might be why when I received a package of SunButter products to review, I felt like the sun was finally shinning.
You’re probably wondering what SunButter is as I was when I first saw the name of this brand. As my title suggests, it’s peanut free. Can you guess what it is now? If you guessed sunflower peanut butter, you guessed right.
I buy sunflower seeds every time I go shopping. I’ve always heard and read that they’re great for our memory. When I was in college, I’d snack on them while cramming for exams. Sunflower seeds are the one snack, I don’t mind buying.
Having peanut butter made from sunflower seeds is kind of a sunflower seed lovers dream. Now I don’t have a peanut allergy but like many of you, I do know those who do have a peanut allergy and I always have to check with dinner guests to see who is allergic to what. Now I can serve SunButter snacks to those who have a peanut allergy.
SunButter comes in different kinds and even has an organic version and individual packs for snacks on the go. It’s delicious on PB & J sammys or smothered on celery sticks. We had it on our pancakes and waffles this weekend.
No matter how you like your peanut butter served, SunButter is a great choice to replace your current brand. “SunButter has 7g of protein per serving and more vitamins and minerals than nut butter. Peanut free SunButter is free from all of the top 8 food allergens. SunButter is vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, non-GMO, and certified kosher.”
You can purchase SunButter at Target, Walmart, Amazon and many other places. Click on my link to see where you can buy it in your location.