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Pip & Nut: Peanut Butter

Pip & Nut!

I’m not usually a fan of smooth peanut butter but Pip & Nut have done a lot to convert me…

Not only is their choice of brand name the cutest thing but their infusions of flavours? DIVINE! Consistency of butter? Splendid!

I first discovered Pip & Nut standing upright on a shelf in my local corner shop. There it was standing nonchalant with its ‘Kitchen Cupboard eyes’ (I would say bedroom but it doesn’t belong there…). I took it home with me and the rest is history!

Spoil your store cupboard with a jar of our ridiculously tasty nut butter! Great eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.

We make our peanut butter with a blend of whole nuts, gently roasted to bring out their naturally sweet peanutty flavour. We add a sprinkling of sea salt and that‘s it.

I’m besotted with the taste, I’m besotted with the way it spreads and doesn’t make holes or dents in my protein bread, and I’m also in love with the smell of it. Not only does it smell like peanuts but the flavour in which it’s infused with. For example, there’s even a Cashew Nut butter with Honey & Cinnamon and an Almond Butter with Coconut. Can you sit there, stand there, squat there, do whatever you’re doing and tell me that after this, you’re not even remotely tempted? 💨👃 #DELICIOUS

Now let’s discuss its cons… There are only two  that I can think of. It’s too runny and oily. The oil gathers on the top. Apparently, oil on the top of the peanut butter is a good thing, but not when (over-exaggerators like myself would say) there’s enough to fill an oil tank!

So, yeah, as far as smooth Nut Butters (and Peanut in particular) go, this one is up there! 😋

If I was rating it out of five, I’d give it a 4. It’s great, and really something special but it’s  extremely runny and oily – this might be a good thing for some, but for me not-so much.