About Justin's Classic Peanut Butter
- Dietary Considerations: vegan; gluten-free; dairy-free; all-natural
- Net Weight: 1.5 oz | 32 g
- crafted without any added oils or refined sugars
- cholesterol and trans fat free
- a great high protein, low carbohydrate food
Ingredients & Nutrition
Dry Roasted Peanuts, Palm Oil
Contains trace amounts of tree nuts and soy due to processing on shared equipment.
Just what I was looking for, packets of quality peanut butter for snacking purposes. What a great idea. I would also recommend the almond butter for variety's sake
I love thes packets of peanut butter in my backcountry Thai Chicken meal. Two packets with red pepper flakes and soy sauce make a fabulous sauce.
These peanut butter packets are awesome and I can't believe I just "discovered" these last year. The price beats what I pay at my local stores so I always add lots of these to an order. I make this my afternoon snack with just one pouch spread over a tortilla. Very filling and tasty.
Nut butters are a great source of calories and variety for your backpacking food bag. I've grown fond of Justin's Natural Nut Butters over the past year after discovering them at my local REI. They are conveniently packaged in 1.15 oz single use packs and contain between 180-200 calories. The individual packets, appropriately called Squeeze Packs, are good because you can knead them before opening to ensure that the nut oil and the nut butter are fully mixed. I like eating them at lunch on a wrap or with crackers. On my next trip, I'm going to be taking 4 different flavors of Justin's: Honey Almond Butter, Classic Almond Butter, Maple Almond Butter and Honey Peanut Butter along with an excellent flatbread-style cracker that Grant Sible at Gossamer Gear just turned me onto, from none other than Doctor Kracker. These flat breads that are the size and thickness of a pop tart and pack about 100 calories each. They are delicious and crunchy and stand up to humidity well after opening.They come in 5 different flavors: Klassic 3-seed, Pumpkin Seed, Seeded Spelt, and Sunflower Cheddar. I like eating them with cheese, nut butters, and veggie spreads