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Nuts To You Organic Pumpkin Seed Butter
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Pumpkin Seed Butter can be used in the same way as other nut and seed butters. It makes a great spread and gives a different flavour profile in sauces and dressings. Use it as a substitute for Tahini and Sunflower Seed Butter.

Proudly Canadian since 1989.  An ever-growing number of Canadians have been tasting the difference in our third-party certified quality products.

Ingredients: Dry-roasted organic pumpkin seeds


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Jillian: a few days ago

My husband loves it. He likes to have it with Honey on bread for his breakfast at work!


Valerie: a few months ago

Delicious and full of iron, my little one like it a lot and me too.


Joan: a few months ago

This is a great alternative to nut butters. It's not as tasty as Sunflower seed butter, but it's good. And, not salty.


Judy: a few months ago

This butter is even better than the brand's almond butter, and even healthier. Will buy again, although it is a bit expensive.


Marieanne: a few months ago

Love this product for it's taste and nutrition.


Rick: a few months ago

Nice change from peanut butter every morning yet it's nice when mixed with a little peanut butter. I add some olive oil to keep it spreadable.


Suzy: a few months ago

Love, love, love this pumpkin seed butter....I even take it when travelling.....My favourite of all nut butters.


Patricia: about a year ago

I don't like it quite as much as the 'nut' butters but I like to eat it now and again. It is so good for you!


Jane: about a year ago

A bit drier than others. But agree with Gordon. Use in homemade hummus instead of tahini.


Gordon: more than a year ago

healthy, delicious, Canadian, monounsaturated fats--at a decent price. i can't say enough good things about these nut butters... to use them in cooking, here are two ideas. substitute for the tahini in chickpea hummus, or swap out for part of the butter/oil in a muffin or quickbread recipe. awesome!

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