Ways To Eat Nut Butter | Recipes & Ideas

I love, love, love peanut butter! However peanuts are not in fact a nut, they are a legume so aren’t permitted on the Whole 30 eating regime. So I recently entered the world of nut butters.

You can make nut butters yourself – always advisable – however timely! Or you can buy them from many superstores and health food stores. I’ve been loving the Pip & Nut range* recently, their Almond and Coconut Butter is the thing of dreams!

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Nut Butters are perfect for healthy snacking or even for breakfasts! They are a fantastic source of healthy fats and protein which we all need to be healthy and fit.

Pip & Nut are a favourite of mine not only for their taste but because they don’t contain any sneaky ingredients. Each nut butter is made from just roasted nuts and sea salt – there’s no refined sugar, additives or nasty palm oil. They actually just launched their range in little squeezable pouches so they could be used instead of energy gels.

Some of my favourite recipes that include nut butters that I’ve tried (or want to try) are below –

– Apple Chunks with Nut Butter dip

– Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Tandoori-Roasted Cauliflower with Almond Butter

Almond Butter Spinach Smoothie

– Grilled Banana with Cinnamon and Peanut Butter

Lettuce Wraps with Nut Butter Dipping Sauce

Chicken and Nut Butter Lettuce Wrap

Chocolate Peanut Butter and Avocado Pudding

Two-Ingredient Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream

Peanut Butter, Maple and Strawberry Slice

Have you ever tried the Pip & Nut Range? What’s your favourite way to eat nut butters?


  1. Melissa

    I haven’t tried this range before, but I am completely obsessed with almond butter. I mix it with vanilla protein powder for breakfast, and a teaspoon of coconut oil, and it is the most delicious thing ever 🙂

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