Finding almond butter without added sugar or other ingredients that ruin the nutritional value can be hard. Or can be super pricey at other groceries. Enter Trader Joe’s almond butter. The price is right and the taste is excellent. You can of course opt for the raw almond butter instead. But whatever version of almond butter you buy, it’s hard to go wrong. I like to dip apples slices in the TJ’s crunchy almond butter. Or mix it with plain greek yogurt and add pumpkin pie spice. It’s a great way to trick yourself into thinking you just ate a dessert. There’s something about adding Trader Joe’s pumpkin pie spice that makes everything feel naturally sweet..…….
- Just 2 ingredients, roasted almonds and sea salt
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Both crunchy and smooth, salted or unsalted
Trader Joe’s Crunchy Almond Butter
I am always trying to come up with simple almond butter recipes or ways to eat it other than just with a spoon! Of course it is great in smoothies (although I spend 5 minutes scraping it off the sides of the blender and eating it with my finger). I still think my absolute favorite recipe, if you can call it that, is just adding it to yogurt as a base. Then you can add honey or fruit. Or pumpkin pie spice. I’d love to know what everyone uses almond butter on? Are the crunchy/smooth or salted/unsalted varieties better for certain recipes you like to make!? I’ve grown to like almond butter more than peanut butter. OK, I still love the Trader Joe’s peanut butter filled pretzel bites and the chocolate peanut butter cups. Who has tried the almond butter versions of TJ’s treats? It seems like every time I’m at Trader Joe’s there’s a new almond butter something.
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