- No added sugar
- Alternative to butter and animal fats
The peanut is not actually a nut but a legume. It is rich in protein compared to (real) nuts. Thanks to its particular composition, peanut protein is close in nutritional value to that found in meat and eggs. In addition, it is rich in micronutrients such as magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. It also contains a remarkable amount of vitamins : vitamins B3 and E.
Our secret to making your spreads smoother? The peanuts are carefully blended instead of being industrially pressed.
Peanut puree can be used in sweet and savory dishes, from sauces (Indonesian satay sauce is our favorite) to a multitude of tasty desserts such as energy balls and homemade peanut butter cookies.