Nuts to You Hazelnut Butter

Hazelnut Butter tastes rich and naturally sweet. Made from Turkish Hazelnuts, it can be used in the same way as other nut and seed butters. It makes a great spread on bread and crackers and is especially good as an ingredient in your favourite baking and dessert recipes. 

Key Features:

  • Canadian-made in Paris, Ontario
  • Made from dry-roasted hazelnuts grown in Turkey
  • Contains no added salt, sugar, or tropical oils
  • Good source of vegetable protein, calcium, magnesium, folic cid, vitamin E and fibre
  • Hazelnuts are a great source of antioxidants
  • Dairy, wheat, soy and gluten-free
  • Kosher

Ingredients: Dry-roasted hazelnuts.  May contain traces of peanuts or other nuts. 

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Lina: more than a year ago

Good product. Very oily but it's possible to remove some of the excess oil that sits on the surface before using.

Mary: more than a year ago

I find the nuts tasted overly roasted so you couldn't really taste the hazelnut flavor. It was WAY too oily (the oil took up about 1/5 of the jar). Had to pour most of the oil out of the jar just to get to the butter

Kristina: more than a year ago

Be careful when you open it as the oil tends to sit on the top but it is very tasty. I love it on rice crackers.

Katie: more than a year ago

Fantastic product! great for everyday use or for specific use in recipes. A great alternative to prevent developing an intolerance to almonds/almond butter. so far has the best price I have found for this product after searching several health food stores. Would definitely recommend!

Kim: more than a year ago

Ended up throwing it out. Way too oily and no one would eat it. Not the bets "Nuts to You" prodcut.

Gina: more than a year ago

I made it my mission to try all of Nuts to You's nut butters. I was scared to try this one, but it was great! Try it on apples or carrots and celery. You can throw it into a smoothie with yogurt and raspberries and it's divine.

Tracy: more than a year ago

A bit oily when it sits for awhile but that is too be expected from pure nut butters. Did not have as much of a hazlenut taste for my tastebuds and was rather bland but am going to try it with the honey and will maybe like it better.

Agatha: more than a year ago

The perfect partner to my toast/bread with honey :)

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