So am I nuts?

Hello you! And thankyou so much for dropping by.

I don’t know about you but I absolutely love peanut butter, especially peanut butter generously spread on toasted granary bread for breakfast. However, I thought, rather than my usual supermarket brand I should try a healthier and more environmentally friendly option.

Ergo my new smooth peanut butter boasts 100% nuts and, most importantly, NO palm oil. And no added sugar and salt either.

According to the blurb on the container the peanuts are roasted in their natural skins before being ground to a thick smooth texture.


I promise you it’s beyond delicious!

So I was telling my friend Jefferson all about my new peanut butter (because clearly I am rather sad and have no life lol) when he asked me how the taste differs.

I explained that the new one tastes infinitely more woody.

“Well, what does wood taste like?” he asked.

“The opposite of wasp stings” I explained.

It all made perfect sense to me but no sense at all to Jefferson judging by the look he gave me.

So am I nuts? Or do YOU know what I mean …

Even if only one of you does then I shall be more than happy! And just a little bit relieved 🙂

Elizabeth x

PS. I have received some very interesting comments with some fantastic peanut butter powder recipe ideas. Thankyou so much!

Just click on comments to read them x


7 thoughts on “So am I nuts?

  1. I love peanut butter, and on whole grain breads the most. I also enjoy the powdered peanut butters. I mix a couple tablespoons of powdered into chocolate protein drinks. Another thing with powdered peanut butter is to mix a little cinnamon and Splenda into it and have that on whole grain bread.

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    1. Yay! Thankyou so much for your message David. I had no idea it came in a powdered form too so will definitely be checking that out – I imagine it would be divine in a chocolate drink! And I love cinnamon too. What luck – you’ve opened up a whole new world for me x

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  2. In the U.S. , we have PB2 and various other powdered peanut products. David’s recipe with cinnamon and Splenda will rock your world. I put it on a gluten free tortilla, roll it and slice it for cinnamon pinwheels…YUM!!!

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