The peanut butter comes in these cute glass jars - and with a Pacific Beach peanut-butter-eating spoon for eating it straight out of the jar!
I tried each flavor out of the jar and on bread.
Oh, but first - for those with dietary restrictions, these flavors that I'm reviewing are gluten-free but NOT vegan because of the mix-ins (the toffee, chocolate, etc., contains dairy).
Moving on: these peanut butters don't separate, though there doesn't seem to be palm oil or hydrogenated oil in the nut part itself (though some of the mix-ins, like the toffee, do contain these ingredients).
They spreads are all very spreadable and spot-on for texture. They're not oily, because they don't seem to experience much separation, and not they're not super finely ground, either. There's a slight graininess left from the peanuts not being processed too much and I actually really enjoyed it.
These are not comparable to Jif or Skippy, they're on a whole other level for flavor! The cinnayum was actually my favorite, because the peanut butter really shines, but there's just a hint of spicy-sweet cinnamon.
The white chocolate peanut butter is good straight out of the jar, but I didn't like it on bread as much - it's very sweet and the white chocolate overwhelms the peanut butter flavor.
It's definitely more of a dessert nut butter (and this one is quite thick) so while I wouldn't choose it as a breakfast staple, I imagine it would be great as a topping for ice cream. Or a dollop on a cup of yogurt and granola would be really delicious!
The toffee crunch was less sweet and was really tasty both on bread and out of the jar.
Instead of just adding toffee flavoring as a syrup or something throughout the peanut butter, they add actual chunks of toffee!
I'm all about textures, y'all, so that gets a major thumbs up from me.
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