Funky Nut Co. Four Seed Peanut Butter

Funky Nut Co. Four Seed Peanut Butter

Peanut butter in its plain and simple form is, if you haven’t guessed already, one of my favourite things on the planet. Don’t get me wrong I am game for peanut butter in all manner of goodies and treats but today we are going back to basics with Funky Nut Co. Four Seed Peanut Butter. 

I have been following Funky Nut Co. for a while now wondering whether to take the plunge and try one of their nut butters. I am all for supporting small businesses and despite the warning of delays, I was mighty impressed that a couple days after placing my order, it arrived. 

There’s quite the array of nut butters ranging from flavoured cashew butters, almond butters, even a pistachio butter. No surprise there is a larger selection of peanut butters to which I opted for a seeded number. With no added nasties and no palm oil, some are even suitable for vegans. Costing £4.00 for this 265g jar it is almost double in price compared to your more generic natural peanut butters available in supermarkets, add postage to this and you are looking at £6.00+, which is pretty absurd. 

Four Seed Peanut Butter Funky Nut Co

Jamming no less than 4 seeds – chia, pumpkin, sunflower and flax seeds in there with those peanuts, it’s safe to say this was one seedy peanut butter. Being a crunchy peanut butter I was expecting chunkier peanuts but instead they were pretty micro and the texture and crunch actually came from those seeds. I do forewarn you that I would have a mirror handy to check those nashers afterwards. Tasty straight out the jar and on my toast, the consistency was spot on, not too runny that it’s making a break for it but not too stiff that you may as well be using it to knock up a brick wall. The peanut butter was a little sweeter than I had anticipated and unlike most I have tried which uses plain rather than roasted peanuts, this didn’t have that intense peanut flavouring, which I only assume is partly due to the additional seeds, but also the roasted peanuts. 

Natural peanut butter is truly the way forward and I urge all you peanut butter lovers to give it a go if you haven’t already. Although I highly enjoyed this Funky Nut Co. peanut butter I cannot say I would go back every time for this one. I’d certainly give a few others a try but would wait for an offer or at the very least free delivery to make it worthwhile. 

What’s your favourite peanut butter? Which do I need in my life?

Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x

 

2 Comments

  1. THE Hand
    29th March 2017 / 4:14 pm

    I’m not sure I fancy seeds on my peanut butter 🙁 xx

  2. Cupcake
    27th March 2017 / 4:50 pm

    I love you but I am genuinely repulsed by the PB photo.. It looks like something I hurled up, once upon ‘one too many’. I’m not okay. Hahaha Xx

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