Butters & Spreads

The Sneaky Chef

Made from naturally sweet and “nutty” tasting golden peas. It is a delicious peanut butter alternative, without a trace of peanuts, tree nuts, seeds, or soy! Enjoy! I’m the Sneaky Chef, known for hiding healthy veggies in everyone’s favorite meals. I can’t wait for you and your family to try my new line of delicious No-Nut Butter! They’ve got all the taste of peanut butter – without the peanuts!

Parents love these nut-free spreads made from a legume – golden peas – a variety of garden peas that are sweet, naturally nutty tasting and packed with vegetable nutrition. Kids love the “peanutty” taste.

Creamy No-Nut Butter
Smooth texture, “peanutty” taste, no nut allergens, great for nut-free schools. Get ready to experience the taste of a PB & J again!

All Non GMO Ingredients: Yellow Peas, Canola Oil, Powdered Sugar (contains Tapioca Starch), Palm Fruit Oil, Salt, Sunflower Lecithin, Cocoa Powder, Natural Flavors. CONTAINS PEAS (LEGUME) – 16 oz jar.

Chocolate No-Nut Butter
The classic taste of chocolate and peanut butter, without the peanuts! Enjoy a bit of indulgence, without fear of nut allergens. Good straight out of the jar or spread on almost anything!

Ingredients: Non GMO Canola Oil, Non GMO Yellow Peas, Sugar, Cocoa Powder, Palm Oil, Salt, Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Vanilla. CONTAINS PEAS (LEGUME) – 16 oz jar.

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