Saratoga Peanut Butter Company Peanut Butter Review
Provided by Saratoga Peanut Butter Company
Reviewed by Jordan Sward
I knew Saratoga Peanut Butter Company's Adirondack Jack peanut butter was everything I love just by looking at the label. It's 100% natural, has no preservatives or hydrogenated oils, and is stuffed with amazing ingredients like almonds, cranberries, honey and cinnamon. After tasting it, I was even more sold on the product. It's not often that I find a peanut butter blended with natural ingredients that tastes this good. Adirondack Jack left me wanting to try each of Saratoga's unique flavors.
The thing I love most about Saratoga Peanut Butter Company is their unique flavors. Adirondack Jack is a 50/50 blend of peanuts and almonds, so you get the rustic consistency of almond butter with the creamy taste of peanut butter. I would imagine even those who don't care for almond butter would love this blend. Plus, dried cranberries and honey are thrown into the mix to add a yummy sweetness, and cinnamon gives it a flavor boost. Of course this would make an amazing peanut butter-and-whatever sandwich or topping for toast, but this is also the kind of peanut butter that you can't help but to eat straight from the jar with a spoon.
Browsing through the list of other flavors by Saratoga Peanut Butter Company was enough to get my mouth watering. From dark chocolate to white chocolate to banana flavors and more, these spreads go beyond what you typically think of peanut or almond butter. You can tell by the rustic flavor and consistency of this peanut butter that it's made using all natural, fresh ingredients, and I love knowing exactly what's in the food I'm eating. This is the kind of product I would feel good recommending to my friends and family.
Adirondack Jack peanut butter will definitely be the one I reach for from now on, whether it's to top a banana, spread on toast, scoop with a spoon, or make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The combination of healthy ingredients and great taste gets my A+ approval.
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