Mixed Up Nut Butter

  • Mixed Up Nut Butter
  • Mixed Up Nut Butter
  • Mixed Up Nut Butter
  • Mixed Up Nut Butter

"We craft nut butters from unique nut blends with non-traditional texture.
Our nut butters aren’t crunchy or smooth. Their middle-grind results in a satisfying mouthfeel. Additionally, they’re dosed with a proper amount of sea salt to bring out the beautiful lurking flavors within the nuts we use. We are determined to create the best tasting mixed nut butters on earth using properly sourced
and minimally processed ingredients."

Made in Vermont!

 

 

 

"The New Favorite" :  A premium blend of almonds, cashews, pecans, and sea salt.

The blend that started it all. Our local grocery store stopped carrying our favorite nut butter, so we recreated it, and it ended up being even better.

This blend goes well with almost anything. It became our new favorite nut butter.

  • A versatile, all-natural nut butter made with just 4 ingredients: Roasted Almonds, Roasted Cashews, Roasted Pecans, and Sea Salt 
  • USA-Grown Almonds and Pecans
  • Ground and jarred in Vermont
  • Vegan, Paleo, Keto, & Whole30 Friendly
  • Great source of healthy fats and contains 5 grams of protein per serving
  • No palm oil, added sugars, or artificial preservatives

 

"Maple Bliss" :  A premium blend of pure Vermont maple sugar, cashews, pecans, walnuts, and sea salt.

For when you want your maple fix, but don't have time to heat up the griddle for pancakes.

Pecans and walnuts deliver subtly rich vanilla notes, complimented by creamy cashews and pure Vermont maple sugar. 

  • USA-Grown Pecans and Walnuts
  • Unrefined Maple Sugar made from Late Season, Robust Taste Maple Syrup
  • Ground and jarred in Vermont
  • Vegan, Paleo, Keto, & Whole30 Friendly
  • No palm oil, refined sugars, or artificial preservatives


"Mud Season" :  A premium blend of almonds, cashews, cacao nibs, Late-Season VT maple sugar, VT-roasted coffee, vanilla bean, and sea salt.

You may be wondering...what's Mud Season? It's Vermont's infamous fifth season in March and April. A sludgy cocktail of snow, rain, and dirt plague unpaved roads, parking lots, and anything you wear on your feet. The freeze-and-thaw weather cycle makes it ideal for making Vermont's sweetest treat: Maple Syrup. This flavor is muddied with Vermont-roasted coffee, crunchy cacao nibs, flecks of vanilla bean, and a touch of maple sugar. Just like the end of ski season, it's bittersweet and caffeinated. Enjoy!

  • Ground and Jarred in Vermont
  • Ethically-Sourced Cacao Nibs and Vanilla Bean
  • Lightly Sweetened with Late-Season Vermont Maple Sugar
  • Vegan & Paleo Friendly
  • Great source of healthy fats and contains 5 grams of protein per serving
  • No palm oil, refined sugars, or artificial preservatives