Walden Farms Peanut Spread Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin -- 12 oz
Not Ready For Prime Time :(
I wanted to try and like this product so much but couldn't get myself to like it. It was too liquidy and a bit too loose. Didn't like it. The Walden Peanut Butter spread was slightly better and refrigerating it definitely helped the consistency.
I am sure they are working on the formulation to make this more solid and more palatable. But if you are in an experimental mood, don't try this. Try the peanut butter spread and make sure to spread some of the Walden strawberry jam on top.
I am so sorry but I can't strongly endorse the cinnamon peanut butter spread at this time. Will revise if and when they improve this a bit.
October 26, 2014
Good tasting spread
My wife and I tried this spread, she likes it, me , not so much, it's good, she loves it on her toasted bagel. So I used one jar to mix in a cheese cake I made, omg, that was the ticket, very delicious to bake with. It is good, I can't eat peanut butter, but this is okay.
October 4, 2014
will order again for sure
I decided to try this product as I'm on a serious diet...but miss not having peanut butter. This product satisfies my need for peanut butter as well as cinnamon and raison. It is actually very delicious. I will definitely order it again.
May 19, 2014
I love the taste of this peanut spread. I use it on celery and other raw veggies.
May 13, 2014
Not exactly peanut butter, but not bad
I have a serious peanut butter addiction. Left alone with a jar and no witnesses I could really do some damage to my diet, and I have. So I was looking for a way to scarf peanut butter without the guilt. Enter Walden Farms Peanut Spread. This stuff does not taste like peanut butter, but I get the point. I've eaten it on celery and it's "OK". I like it more now because what I've started doing is mixing real peanut butter with this stuff, half and half, and it at least hits my craving with half the calories. But I could see using it more as a sweetener for protein shakes and maybe yogurt or something rather than for PB&J's or straight out of the jar with a spoon. I don't regret buying it and I would recommend it because it's not bad. . .it's just not peanut butter. Heck for no calories you can't really expect it to taste like real peanut butter. I think Walden Farms did a decent job when you consider a regular serving of peanut butter is about 200 calories.
May 2, 2014