Carley's Organic Raw Rainforest Butter (Brazil Nut & Macadamia) 170g
Organic raw rainforest nut butter.Average Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Rainforest nut butter cool milled from raw organic brazilnuts, macadamia nuts and un-roasted cashews. A great source of selenium.
Delicious as a bread spread, in sauces, dressings, dips and baking.
Brazil nuts, cashew nuts, macadamia nuts.
Typical values per 100g:
Energy 636kcal/2661kJ, Protein 14.6g, Carbohydrates 17.0g (of which sugars 3.5g), Fat 61.7g (of which saturates 12.9g), Fibre 6.5g, Calcium 121mg, Sodium 5.5mg, Selenium 1229µg.
Gluten Free, Organic, Vegan
Customer reviews - Carley's Organic Raw Rainforest Butter (Brazil Nut & Macadamia) 170g
Mon 16th Jul 2012
Quite a nice unique taste, a little expensive but carlysnut butters are worth it.Reviewer's Name:
MISS P GOEL -
Wed 20th Mar 2013
I was pleasantly surprised by this tasty product as I normally buy smooth spreads. It does contain lots of bits but they are small and soft so easily digested.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs H K WainwrightDelicious -
Tue 17th Sep 2013
Another tasty Carley's raw nut butter with a unique creamy taste. This is not as smooth in texture as the walnut butter, but is still very nice and it contains no added oil, sugar or salt.Reviewer's Name:
S Marsay -
Tue 17th Sep 2013
This is really delicious - very comforting and filling on some hot toast in the mornings. It has a lovely natural sweetness too.Reviewer's Name:
Mrs S White Fantastic -
Mon 23rd Sep 2013
I love all of Carley's butters but this is one of my favourite's - really rich and full taste and also oily in a healthy and nutritious way. Reviewer's Name:
Lalita B worth the money.. -
Sun 6th Oct 2013
So I saw this and treated myself to it because I had a Goodness Direct discount code...I actually wouldn't have paid this much for a nut butter otherwise...I am so glad I did! It is sweet and creamy, and I had to seriously stop myself spooning and eating straight from the jar. I have since brought this at full price, really do love it :-)Reviewer's Name:
Wed 25th Jul 2012
Try mixing raw nut butter with chopped dates for a sandwich filling or toast topper.Reviewer's Name: