It’s back to school time and every day once the kids get home I hear, “I’m hungry!” Since we were given a few Lindsay Almond Butter jars to try out, I thought it would be the perfect time to try healthier almond butter snacks. Check out what we thought about Lindsay Almond Butter, then find ideas for after-school snacks using it.
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Highlights of Lindsay Almond Butter:
- Tastes like regular peanut butter. My kids, the ultimate picky eaters, didn’t notice the difference between this and our regular peanut butter.
- Variety of flavors that actually tasted good. We tried creamy, crunchy, and honey cinnamon. Can I just tell you how much honey cinnamon blew our mind? Our whole family loved it! Lindsay uses 100% California almonds with a touch of honey.
- Easy to spread. We didn’t end up with bread with holes! It was easy to spread like peanut butter.
- No refrigeration necessary. Save the coveted fridge space for something else.
- No stirring needed. Unlike most nut butters that we’ve tried, we didn’t need to stir it.
- Healthy. Packed with protein, high in vitamin E, iron, calcium and fiber, and the good fats. You won’t find hydrogenated oils, cane sugar or GMOs. It’s also kosher. Awesome, right?
After-school snack ideas:
- Just good old almond butter. Kids can simply enjoy it by the spoonful (especially the honey cinnamon flavor!)
- Keep it simple with an AB&J sandwich — almond butter & jelly sandwich.
- We love our protein smoothies — they make an excellent drink for after school. I blended almond/coconut milk, almond butter, strawberries, blueberries, a banana, and a few ice cubes. It was delish! Here’s another recipe here.
I am a total fan of Lindsay Almond butter! I may have to stock up and buy the honey cinnamon for myself.
Did you know?
- Lindsay is family-owned and operated.
- They use the same land to grow olives and almonds — the trees share similar dynamics, land, and farmers for both crops.
For over a century, Lindsay has been hand-harvesting their crops with a total focus on the health of their orchards, surrounding environment, and their people. The end goal has been the same since 1916: to bring their customers products that are the pinnacle of quality, and off-the-charts delicious.
- No refrigeration is necessary.
- Check out these recipes for more ideas.
Price: A 12 oz jar of Lindsay Almond Butter typically retails for $8.99.
Grab a bottle of Lindsay Almond Butter and #SpreadOn! What are some of your favorite after-school snacks?