We all know I love nut butters. I think that has been established one too many times on this blog.
I may or may not have a nut butter problem. Some people spend too much money at the bar, but I spend too much money at Whole Foods. Hey, there are worse things in life…
A few weeks ago, I received a lovely little package from the people over at Premier Organics.
“We are devoted to making unique, superior, organic products. We believe in sustainable living; minimizing our collective impact on the Earth; and through our community, supporting the organic and living foods movements, the Earth and her forests.
We support small, Organic, family farms. The farmers from which we buy grow their produce in harmony with the land. They pledge to treat and to compensate their workers fairly.
We endeavor to exceed your expectations for service.
Our goal is to make available to everyone the healthiest, freshest, best-tasting, Organic, all-natural foods while giving something back to the communities we serve.”
Oh. My. God. I’m in heaven over here.
Side note: most of these beauties have already been consumed.
I’ve always been a HUGE fan of Artisana’s Coconut Butter.
A dollop of it on a baked sweet potato makes my heart sing. Trust me, it’s amazing stuff.
Artisana has the most unique varieties!
Walnut Butter, Pecan Butter, Cashew Butter, Macadamia/Cashew Butter, and their newest, Cashini Butter.
I’m a huge fan of the “on-the-go” packets because they’re easy to take with me to work. I grab an apple, an Artisana “on-the-go” packet of nut butter, a handful of crackers, and I’m good to go!
My favorite of the bunch is definitely the jar of walnut butter. This was gone in about two days!
Artisana has definitely mastered the technique of making nut butters that have a “creamy/ crunchy” texture. They are perfectly smooth and spreadable, but they still have that nutty texture.
Have you tried Artisana Nut Butter?
*Premier Organics provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.*