Ok, so I am not all that healthy when it comes to food. While I am definitely a picky eater, I don't always go for the veggies. I prefer a combo #1 from Chick-Fil-A over roasted duck at Spago (see Picky-Chick link if you are unfamiliar with CFA...travesty). My usual diet consists of lots of carbs, lots of sugar and the occasional "barely nutritious" vegetable (i.e. squash, zucchini, mushrooms). This "feature" has become a winner with my significant other (i.e. "cheap date"). What I have added to my repertoire is the closest thing to healthy this chick will probably get. It's called Soynut Butter...it's like peanut butter, but made with soynuts! It's SO good! Whew knew? I actually now prefer the taste over traditional peanut butter and love spreading it all over a very nutritious apple.
I can't buy this cereal because I will finish it in a day. And when my friends at school have it, I'm just naturally attracted to it like a moth to a light.
These gourmet peanut- and almond-based spreads sound so delicious, coming in a variety of unusual flavors: dark chocolate infused with pretzels spread, Mexican chocolate almond spread, rose salted basil peanut spread.
Peanut butter is a staple in my diet. As I've gotten older and more concerned about what is in my food, I abandoned the Jif and Skippy with it's added sugars and stabilizers and moved to natural peanut butter. Maranatha butter, ou... Peanut butter is a staple in my diet. As I've gotten older and more concerned about what is in my food, I abandoned the Jif and Skippy with it's added sugars and stabilizers and moved to natural peanut butter. Maranatha butter, out of Oregon, is the best I've tasted. Somehow they managed to make a spread that tastes like peanuts but has a sweet note. If the peanut butter is this good, their almond and cashew butters are probably worth a try too.