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5 Delicious Alternatives to Peanut Butter

Tired of watching your family and friends enjoy those PB and Js from afar? We’ve got just the thing for you. After much exploration into the world of peanut-free nut butter, Foodini has discovered five perfect alternatives that mean you can ditch the peanut envy and dive into your own world of nut butter, without the worry.

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There’s a reason WOWBUTTER is at the top of our list.
Foodini wants to make dietary needs easy and so when we discovered this heavenly spread, it opened a whole realm of peanut-free possibilities.
Enjoying the taste and texture of peanut butter, without the panic, has never been so easy.
Crafted with all-natural, GMO-free ingredients, you can enjoy WOWBUTTER with the confidence that your allergies will be kept at bay.
Spread it on some fresh sourdough, drizzle it all over your favourite dairy-free ice cream or let it melt in a creamy bowl of porridge – there are no limits when it comes to this delicious peanut butter alternative.
If soy is safe for you, give it a whirl – it’s guaranteed to make you go WOW.

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Sunflower Seed Butter

Remember when the only choice to curb those PB and J cravings was peanut butter and nothing else? Those days are long gone.
We’d like to welcome sunflower seed butter to the table.  
You’re probably used to munching on sunflower seeds, but have you ever delved into a jar of rich, nutty sunflower seed butter? Not only is it mouth-wateringly delicious, but also protein-packed and loaded with vitamin E.
Quite frankly, if this spectacular sunflower seed butter isn’t in your kitchen cupboard, you’re missing out.

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Noya Almond, Brazil and Cashew Nut Butter

No peanuts? No problem. If other nuts are a go, this one’s for you.  
NOYA Almond, Brazil and Cashew Nut Butter will give you something to go nutty about.
A perfect combination of almonds, Brazil nuts and cashews, this butter is both smooth and crunchy, savoury and sweet, all whilst being wonderfully peanut-free. 
Each jar of NOYA ABC Butter is all-natural, vegan, gluten free and has no added sugar, salt, or oils. 
What more could you want?

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NoNuts Pea Butter

Get excited, we know you’re going to love this one.
Peanut allergies have taught us to steer clear of those melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter recipes. Have you ever caught yourself gazing enviously at your friend as they dive into a gooey peanut butter cookie? We’ve all been there, and it’s no fun.
Foodini wants to eliminate this restriction and instead, empower you with choices that are safe and delicious.
That’s why pea butter has a definite place on our list. NoNuts has created a peanut butter alternative that is not only safe for those with peanut allergies, but is also completely free from gluten, soy, dairy, eggs, and other nuts.

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Biscoff Spread 

Ok, so this might be a bit of a cheeky alternative, but when you’re craving the sweet, crunchy indulgence of peanut butter, Biscoff Spread is just for you.
Despite being made of speculoos biscuits, Biscoff Spread is surprisingly like peanut butter. Specu-what? If you’re wondering exactly what goes into this wonderfully nut-free spread, here’s the deal:
Speculoos are buttery, spicy biscuits made with brown sugar – think gingerbread but with a little extra crunch.
With the addition of all-natural ingredients, these delicious treats are revamped into a deep golden spread that is vegan friendly, non-GMO and entirely free from artificial flavours, colours and preservatives.
In other words, it’s sweet, it’s indulgent and it’s completely peanut-free. You’re in for a treat.

Who said peanut butter alternatives had to be boring? Foodini wants to normalise food allergies and inject reassurance into your food choices. With this list, you can do just that.

Let’s throw peanut panic out of the kitchen and welcome these delicious alternatives instead.



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