This Trader Joe’s peanut butter is creamy, thick and full of crunchy peanuts. If you stir it up, you can spread it really easily on bread, dip apples in it or make a PB&J. There are a few different varieties of Trader Joe’s peanut butter now, including organic peanut butter, mixed nut butter and even peanut butter with chia seeds. Plus, that doesn’t even include all the almond butters now sold at TJs! One of the best things about this traditional TJs peanut butter is that it doesn’t have a bunch of junk ingredients added like a lot of national brands have. Take a look at a jar of Jif Peanut Butter and the ingredients will be some form of added sugar and hydrogenated oils. The simple two ingredients of peanuts and salt are a whole lot healthier!…..…….
- 190 calories per serving
- Net Weight: 16 oz
- Ingredients are dry roasted peanuts and salt
Nut Butters at Trader Joe’s
I know some stores like Whole Foods have peanuts you can grind yourself in the store, but the price is astronomical for essentially the same ingredients that are in this TJs peanut butter. I have definitely started to go with almond butter sometimes now just because its something different, has a really good taste to it, and is supposedly a good amount healthier. What is everyone’s favorite type of nut butter spread at TJs? I think I would rank almond butter number 1, mixed nut butter number 2, and then this classic peanut butter number 3. Of course I’m forgetting probably a half dozen other nut butters. And we haven’t even talked about the deliciousness of Trader Joe’s dark chocolate peanut butter cups. And my favorite, the Trader Joe’s peanut butter cups that are mini sized!…..
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