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Walden Farms, Peanut Spread Calorie-Free, 12-Ounce
- Sounds too good to be truebut it is! You asked for it, and they perfected it - New Walden Farms Calorie Free Whipped Peanut Spread made The Walden Way
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Purified water, vegetable fiber, sea salt, corn starch, xanthan gum, natural roasted peanut flavor, natural peanut extract, lactic acid, sodium benzoate (to preserve freshness) sucralose, FD&C yellow no. 5, 6. *Contains trace calories.
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As soon as I saw this, my first thought was "SWEET!!! THIS MIGHT ACTUALLY BE GOOD!" I read some reviews, thought for 25 seconds, ordered 3 jars, and didn't really have too high of expectations since it is a calorie free product.
Well, it kind of tastes like roasted peanuts... kind of. I'd say it's more of a fake sugar/bitter coffee/peanut flavored pudding product. If you can imagine the aftertaste you get from the fake sugar in diet coke, you can kind of imagine this.
It's not a total failure though, because I am still going to use this, but not by itself. I tried mixing a few tablespoons of this with a tablespoon of regular creamy PB and a little bit of PB2 powder. The normal PB enhances the peanut taste where this stuff left off, and the PB2 gives it the right texture. After all that, it's really not bad. I'd even say pretty good. Regular PB has about 100 calories per tablespoon and a ton of fat. This mixed PB concoction has maybe 25 calories per tablespoon. Not bad.
The walden farms grape jelly is great, and does taste like real jelly. And I'll use it with the peanut butter mix on light wheat bread, and you have a fairly good 200 calorie PB&J sandwich (that's 1/4 the calories and fat of a normal PB&J).
I was wrong. It's vile. If you've ever changed an infant's diaper after he or she crapped in it, the consistency and color of this spread will look familiar. It smells and tastes like an off-brand peanut-scented candle, which is at least a little better than what its appearance would suggest. Waxy petroleum, volatile chemicals, and a little bit of peanut just to tease you. It has a slippery, slimy mouthfeel. And it leaves an aftertaste of sadness and dying dreams on your tongue as you contemplate the deep chasm between what is and what could have been.
If you already have some and don't want to throw it out, it does pair well with cheap red wine, if you drink enough of the wine first. Great for deterring lunch thieves at work, too. Make a sandwich with this stuff and put your name on the bag. Jim from the accounting department will never steal your lunch again.
This is just awful.
I think the recipe is a combination of shaving cream and two peanuts blended in a food processor. and food coloring.
Did I say ew?