Cracked Nut Butter Product Review

I love nut butters! They are the ultimate food. They go with everything and are delicious enough to be eaten on a spoon. I was thrilled to try five different flavors of Cracked Nut Butter. One thing’s for sure, Cracked Nut Butter is a delicious nut butter you can feel good eating. It has only the finest ingredients, is paleo-friendly, peanut-free, glutten-free and is only sweetened with honey. The protein add to their nut butter gives it more protein than you’d find in competing brands. This product is also the only nut butter I’ve ever seen with grass fed whey protein, making this a very rare find.

Below is a definitive foodie approved ranking of Cracked Nut Butter Flavors:
1) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
2) White Chocolate Raspberry
3) Brownie Batter
4) Cinnamon Roll
5) Cookie Dough

*Note: I have ranked the flavors according to taste, uniqueness and textural appeals*

1) Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough:

My favorite Cracked Nut Butter is hands down the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. It was everything I had hoped for and imagined it would be. As you gobble down a spoonful of this it has a sweet vanilla flavor with surprisingly large and delicious organic chocolate chips. Just look at those melty chocolate chips in the photo below. It is BREATHTAKING.


2) White Chocolate Raspberry:

My second favorite came in this adorable on the go pouch. Thanks Cracked Nut Butter for making it publicly acceptable for me to carry nut butter around in my purse, gym bag and briefcase. This nut butter was one of the sweeter ones and the natural flavors of raspberry and white chocolate were prominent. I was not disappointed.


3) Brownie Batter:

The brownie batter flavor was not as sweet as I was expecting it to be which caught me a little off guard. I did however grow to like the flavor more and more as it has a dark chocolate appeal and taste. I would recommend this butter to hardcore dark chocolate fans as it is creamy and rich. Please excuse the photo. This is the nut butter after being refrigerated. It gets a little hard; but it’s nothing 15 seconds in the microwave can’t fix!

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4) Cinnamon Roll:

The cinnamon roll nut butter has a great consistency and smell as did all of the other nut butters. I was hoping this one would be sweeter, I added a little liquid stevia to mine and it really let the flavors shine. I would recommend doing that for a sweeter cinnamon roll like appeal without adding any calories. If you aren’t interested in that, I would recommend adding this to the top of ice cream, pancakes, or waffles topped with agave nectar.

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5) Cookie Dough

The final nut butter I have to review is the cookie dough. I believe they were going with a sugar cookie flavor but the title in my opinion is miss leading. When I think cookie dough I think the standard chocolate chip flavor. As for the sugar cookie aspect of this butter I am not really tasting it. This butter is reminiscent of vanilla but not nearly as sweet to be considered a sugar cookie flavor.

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Overall I would highly recommend Cracked Nut Butter to anyone following a healthy lifestyle looking for a natural and protein packed treat.

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