Macadamia Butter | Grab N' Go Snackers (1.8 oz Cups)Wilderness Poets
|4 Cups||$ 17.96|
|11 Cups||$ 44.00|
WILDERNESS POETS MACADAMIA BUTTER SNACKERS (Grab N' GO CUPS: 1.8 oz EACH)
Wilderness Poets Macadamia Butter is made with beautiful Raw Macadamia Nuts. Each rich, buttery spoonful is delicately flavorful with a smooth, light crunchiness. No added ingredients, just pure luscious Macadamias.
Our Raw Nut Butters are made in small hand crafted batches and processed at a low temperature to preserve the live enzymes, proteins, and nutrients. This healthy decadence will nourish your body and inspire your imagination. Macadamia Butter is an extremely versatile butter that can be used either sweet or savory. Combine with dates, and vanilla for a naturally sweet raw frosting or whisk with lemon juice, garlic and fresh herbs for a zesty, creamy salad dressing.
Grab N' Go Snackers: Our Nut Butter Grab N' Go Cups are ideal for healthy snacking on the go. These 1.8 oz cups have an easy-peel foil that makes it simple to grab a cup, peel, and eat! The small container size is convenient for outdoor travel as well as home and office use. Pack one or several cups in lunch boxes, purses, bags, back packs, pockets, desk drawers etc. Spread your favorite nut butter on bread, crackers and veggies, use it as a dip, or eat it right out of the cup!
Ingredients: Raw Macadamia Nuts
Vegan, No Sugar, No Soy, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, No Trans Fat, No Cholesterol
Allergy Warning : May contain traces of various tree nuts
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- High in Vitamin A and Iron
- Excellent Source of Plant-based Protein
- Full of Calcium and Magnesium
Its not surprising that Australia grows the worlds finest macadamias. The industry is concentrated in the rich soil and high rainfall coastal areas that were once home to the traditional native species. Macadamia trees grow to heights of 15m in fertile soils of sub tropical high rainfall areas. They have shiny dark leaves and bear delicate sprays of sweetly scented white flowers from which clusters of nutlets develop.