Exploring the Versatile World of SunButter (use it like peanut butter and almond butter) 

May 20, 2024
By Liana Werner-Gray
In recent years, SunButter has emerged as a delicious and nutritious alternative to traditional nut butters. Made from sunflower seeds, it offers a unique flavor profile whether you're looking for a protein-packed snack or a flavorful addition to your favorite recipes, SunButter has you covered. Let's dive in and explore all the different ways you can incorporate it into your dishes. 
1. Spread it on Toast: Let's start with the basics. Just like peanut butter or almond butter, SunButter is fantastic when spread on toast. A generous layer of SunButter adds a creamy richness that pairs perfectly with a variety of toppings, from sliced bananas to drizzled honey.
2. Blend it into Smoothies: Give your morning smoothie a boost of creaminess and protein by adding a spoonful of SunButter. It not only adds flavor but also helps keep you feeling full and satisfied throughout the morning. Try blending it with bananas, spinach, almond milk, and a dash of cinnamon for a nutritious and delicious breakfast treat.
3. Use as a satay sauce for pizza, pasta and more My Viral Thai Chicken Pizza is AMAZING!! Click here for recipe and you can find my Satay noodles recipe here YUM!
4. Use it as a Dip: SunButter makes a fantastic dip for fresh fruits and vegetables. Simply pair it with apple slices, dried mango slices, carrot sticks, or celery for a nutritious and satisfying snack. You can also mix it with a bit of yogurt or honey for extra creaminess and flavor.
5. Incorporate it into Baked Goods: SunButter can be used as a substitute for nut butters in a variety of baked goods, including cookies, brownies, and energy bars. Its creamy texture and rich flavor add depth to your favorite recipes while providing a source of protein and healthy fats. Try swapping it for peanut butter or almond butter in your go-to recipes for a delicious twist.
6. Make Salad Dressings and Sauces: Get creative in the kitchen by using SunButter to make flavorful salad dressings and sauces. Blend it with ingredients like garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and rice vinegar to create a delicious Asian-inspired dressing for salads or noodle bowls. You can also use it as a dipping sauce for spring rolls or chicken skewers.
In conclusion, SunButter is a versatile and delicious ingredient that can be used in so many ways to enhance both sweet and savory dishes. Whether you're spreading it on toast, blending it into smoothies, or incorporating it into baked goods, SunButter adds a creamy texture and nutty flavor that is sure to delight your taste buds. So go ahead and get creative with SunButter in your kitchen today!