‘Jewelled’ Almond Butter 190g

(2 customer reviews)


Studded with ‘jewels’ of cranberries and organic raisins and sultanas, this white almond butter is heavenly spread generously on fresh bread, warm toast or rice cakes. You have been warned…

Dairy-free • Soy-free • Gluten-free • Wheat free • Palm oil free • High fibre

What’s not to LOVE?

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The ‘jewels’ are little pieces of cranberry, raisin and sultana that take our white almond butter to the next level.

This sweet and creamy nut butter is heaven spooned straight from the jar –  and is especially delicious spread generously over a thick slice of good white sourdough.

Ingredients: blanched ALMONDS (74%), sultanas (sultanas, sunflower oil glaze) (7%), dried sweetened cranberries (dried cranberries, pineapple juice from concentrate, glazing agent sunflower oil glaze) (7%), (raisins sultanas, sunflower oil glaze) (7%), vanilla extract, pink Himalayan salt.

Allergen advice: Made using equipment that handles ALMONDS, CASHEWS, HAZELNUTS, PEANUTS, PECANS, COCONUT, SESAME and PUMPKIN seeds.

Nutritional information per 100g
Energy(kJ/kcal) 2144/640
Fat 39.2g
of which saturates 2.9g
Carbohydrate 27.3g
of which sugars 23g
Fibre 8g
Protein 15.9g
Salt 0.2g

How can I use it?

Delicious used on its own, spread generously on warm toast, pancakes or rice cakes.

Add to smoothies, porridge and use in cakes and biscuits. See recipes here.

Storage: store in a cool, dark place.  Consume within 1 month of opening.


Additional information

Weight 190 g
Dimensions 65 × 65 × 100 mm

2 reviews for ‘Jewelled’ Almond Butter 190g

  1. Stephen Conway

    Absolutely yummy! Best nut butters ever. This is dangerously addictive!!

    • Sian Lewis, PhD

      Thank you, Stephen – so glad you like it!

  2. Susie

    Bought this at a local market because I quickly read ALMOND BUTTER. Lovely.
    I Couldn’t wait to try it and pretty quickly did after after arriving home .I was dismayed to find how sweet it was.
    Only then I noticed it had cranberries etc in and I thought that would be the reason and a unique idea.
    Surely that would have been sufficient. Why add SUGAR? Raw cane or not. sugar is sugar.
    Afraid I will not be finishing it.

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