The product is made by pressing peanuts to express their oils. This creates a powder which can be mixed with water "to create spreadable peanut butter" (aka paste). It can also be sprinkled onto foods or added to shakes. I mean, it doesn't sound appetising, does it? It sounds like a wartime ration. But it has a significantly lower fat content than regular peanut butter so concessions have to be made. Here's how it fared.
|It's American style peanut butter, which in this instance|
means that it contains added sugar, not that it's deep fat fried
As a topping: It doesn't work as a topping, it just gums to the roof of your mouth.
Price: I picked up this jar for €5.99 from TK Maxx, but I've seen other brands retail for over a tenner. It's certainly not worth that kind of money.
Verdict: It's the methadone of the nut butter world. By this I mean, it's fine but it doesn't hit the spot in the same way.