Happy Jars 100% Natural Unsweetened Almond Butter: #FirstImpressions
Happy Jar’s unsweetened almond butter containing 100% natural almonds seems like a good deal. But it is worth its price?
Cutting down on your daily sugar consumption has never been easy, especially if you are someone who enjoys nut-butters. The 100% natural unsweetened almond butter from Happy Jars claims to help you do just that. Made with a single ingredient – roasted almonds – this product is filled with healthy fats and is naturally free of gluten. We decided to taste this promising product ourselves, and here’s a quick look at our experience.
Quick Notes On Happy Jar’s Unsweetened Almond Butter
- Its ingredients include just almonds that have been roasted.
- It contains no added sugar (total sugar is 0.62 g per serving)
- A single 20g serving has about 129.47 Kcal.
- It contains zero trans-fats.
- It contains no added preservatives or oil.
We found Happy Jars’ Almond Butter (Unsweetened) to be amazing. It has the aroma of fresh almond butter and a lovely consistency that’s not too runny, neither too thick and sticky.
- If you suffer from nut allergy, you must avoid this product.
- When preparing a milkshake, make sure that you add a reasonable amount of sweetener, as it will diminish the unsweetened almond butter’s worth.
#FirstImpressions Of Happy Jars 100% Natural Unsweetened Almond Butter
The 265gms bottle (which we bought and reviewed) is priced at Rs. 480 (MRP) which may seem a little steep to some, putting this product in the premium category.
As far as the quality itself is concerned, we found Happy Jars’ Almond Butter (Unsweetened) to be amazing. It has the aroma of fresh almond butter and a lovely consistency that’s not too runny, neither too thick and sticky. The butter is grainy (which we love) and has a rich, nutty, almond flavor. Delicious.
We enjoyed this as a creamy coating on digestive biscuits as a mid-morning snack. (We still have a stash of digestive biscuits from our Best Digestive Biscuits Review where Cremica Digestives came out tops.)
Unfortunately, we couldn’t stop at one or two. Or six.