Best of Big Spoon Roasters Almond & Peanut Butter Collection
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Because nobody ever outgrows a PB&J.
Keep your pantry stocked with 3 of Big Spoon's best blends.
Mission Almond Butter: Mission almonds always offer a deeper, more concentrated flavor, but blended with raw wildflower honey and sea salt, they're a simply divine Food52 exclusive.
Mission Almond Butter is crafted in a facility that also processes peanuts, it is NOT safe for those with peanut allergies
Peanut Butter: Your new favorite every day peanut butter: fresh-roasted peanuts, honey, and sea salt are blended with a few drops of organic coconut oil for a smooth, spreadable texture.
Peanut Cocoa Butter: What's better than chocolate and peanut butter? Big Spoon saved you a step and combined them. Rich and buttery toasted nuts meet earthy, complex dark chocolate -- it's alright to eat this one straight out of the jar. Even better? It's 100% dairy free.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Mission Almond Butter: Fresh-roasted almonds, raw wildflower honey, sea salt.
Peanut Butter: Fresh-roasted peanuts, honey, sea salt, organic coconut oil
Peanut Cocoa Butter: Stone-milled dark chocolate, fresh-roasted peanuts, wildflower honey, sea salt, organic coconut oil
Mission Almond Butter: 8 ounce jar
Peanut Butter: 8 ounce jar
Peanut Cocoa Butter: 10 ounce jar
Care & Notes -
Keep lid sealed and jar out of direct sunlight. Shelf-life is 1 year. Our raw wildflower honey is a natural preservative that prevents oxidation, so there is no need to refrigerate after opening.
Mission Almond Butter is crafted in a facility that also processes peanuts, so it is NOT safe for those with peanut allergies
Meet the Maker
Mark Overbay had his first lesson in handcrafting nut butter while living in rural Zimbabwe as a Peace Corps volunteer -- and try as he might when he returned home, he couldn't replicate the flavor with anything store bought. After an extensive professional life promoting nutrition and a sustainable food system, he took matters into his own hands and used his roasting experience to make peanut and almond butters. Soon, his wife Megan joined him in the kitchen to whip up nutrition bars and baked goods. The result? A fruitful company that believes food should be delicious, nutritious, and good for all those involved in producing it.View Full Profile
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