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- ASIN: B001E4Q5T6
- UPC: 048001006782
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,249 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
Skippy Peanut Butter, Reduced Fat Super Chunk, 16.3-Ounce Jars (Pack of 6)
- Pack of six, 16.3-ounce jars (total of 97.8-ounces)
- No trans fat per serving
- Guilt free creamy peanut butter
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Top Customer Reviews
It has that addictive combination of sweet, salty, and crunchy fat & protein. Sounds like the perfect food, right?
Well, nuts are natuarly fatty and to make the peanut "butter" you need to add oil (more fat).
In this "reduced fat" version Skippy compensates by adding sugar. So this peanut butter is still very caloric. It also is sweeter than other versions. But on the whole I prefer this version.
Hope that helps you decide!
"Raters loved the ultra-smooth butter portion and the pleasantly salty flavor. Besides the abundance of nuts, the peanut aroma and appealing caramel color won us over..Good for baking, ice cream, dessert sauces, satay sauce, or to thicken a winter vegetable stew."
This is my opinion, too, and while the above review was for the regular Super Chunk, it applies in my opinion to the reduced fat version just as well. I love this peanut butter. I know that Jif and Peter Pan are also often ranked highly, but Skippy is by far my preference.
While I use it on sandwiches, I often just eat a tablespoon or two as a quick snack and source of protein. It is so good in this role that I gave it to a diabetic friend. She uses it in lieu of orange juice if she's starting to feel hypoglycemic. The peanut butter stays with her longer and has a smoother effect.
One caveat so far as Super Chunk, though. If you have soft teeth, best to stick with creamy. Otherwise you're taking chances with possible tooth or gum problems because of the bits of nut, which can be very crunchy.
While I have often bought the reduced fat versions in the past, some nutritionists are now raising questions abou he value of this approach. They have two basic points:
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I'm a health nut, but this stuff is my drug of choice. Reduced fat? Maybe. Def not reduced calorie. So good though.
So, if you are on a low-fat diet, by all means, buy Skippy Reduced Fat. It's still very good. But don't expect it to be as good tasting as the regular.
These comments don't apply to the results you get from baking. I've tried both the regular and reduced fat in baking peanut butter cookies, and the results are indistinguishable. This may be because most cookie recipes have a significant source of fat beyond the fat in the peanut butter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was shocked to read the sugar on this. So high! Just because its lower fat, does not mean they should sneak in sugarPublished 9 months ago by Rush
look at the jar label, it says 'peanut SPREAD'. that is because law requires real peanut butter to be at least 90% peanuts. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lucky777
The only available low fat chunky p b.
Quite good on flavor and mouth feel.
This is not really peanut butter. It says "Peanut Butter Spread | 60% peanuts" right on the label. It is 40% all sorts of solids, oils and sugars to get a product the consistency... Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by George Saint-Maurice
So, you seek reduced fat, crunchy peanut butter from a well respected brand. You have come to one of the right places; I personally preffer Jif Crunchy Reduced Fat Peanut Butter... Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Davis