SunButter Creamy Sunflower Seed Spread, 16-Ounce Plastic Jars (Pack of 6)
- Pack of six, 16-ounce each (total of 96 ounces)
- Peanut, Tree-Nut Free, and Gluten Free
- Good source of vitamin E, iron and fiber
- Product of the U.S.A
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Top Customer Reviews
Sunbutter doesn't taste like peanut butter; it tastes like sunflower seeds. However, this is not an unpleasant taste, just different. It has the exact same texture and mouth-feel as peanut butter, though, so it can be used as a straight substitute for peanut butter in all kinds of recipes. We've used it as a substitute to make peanut-free peanut sauce, peanut butter cookies, and peanut butter fudge. It functions exactly as peanut butter does, and as long as the sunflower-seed taste goes well in the recipe, it does just fine. I should warn you, though, there are some contexts where the flavor just doesn't work with the recipe. On the other hand you may find that some people will prefer the flavor. Our neighbors don't have a single peanut-allergic kid, but they bought some Sunbutter anyway because their kids had it over at our peanut-free house and loved it.
Sunbutter does have a couple of quirks. First, if you expose it to alkali, it turns green. So if you use it in a recipe that is heavy on the baking soda, you may get an unexpected result. And of course since detergent is alkali, if you leave any on the knife and put it in the dishwasher, that which doesn't wash off will be a harmless but very ugly fecal shade of green. Rinse thoroughly before putting Sunbutter-covered utensils in the dishwasher. Second, it has more of a tendency than peanut butter to separate into oil and solids.Read more ›
Highly recommend for those with peanut allergies, or for those looking for a little variety when it comes to nut butters. YUM!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
great peanut butter substitute...but don't expect it to taste like peanut butter.Published 20 months ago by Daniella Adar
Ok so I know I bought sunflowe as a warehouse purchase but had no problems with expiration date. 2 of the last purchases has expiration dates from 2013 and the oil was rancid. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kindle Customer
I bought this product for it's health benefits. (OK, maybe I watch Dr. Oz too much) Anyhow, it tastes great, every bit as addictive as peanut butter but, it's supposed to be good... Read morePublished on July 16, 2014 by Joe T.
This butter is SOOOOO Delicous and smooth. I love it. I will definitely reorder. Not grainy at all. So glad I tried it!Published on June 24, 2014 by Holly C.
page says "superior to peanut butter with 1/3 the saturated fat". the truth is it has 2/3.
one serving has 2 grams of saturated fat. peanut butter, 3. Read more
This is really a nice replacement for peanut butter.
When in a hurry, just eat it on a spoon. Word.
Okay, I'll admit it, I was trying to find a cheaper alternative to almond butter. I gave this a try since I adore sunflower seeds. I would say the taste is just "okay. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by upnort