Walnut butter is a Food spread made from ground, toasted Walnuts which offers the most omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids of all the Nut Butters. Depending on how it is made, walnut butter may be creamy, smooth or chunky. However, regardless of its form, walnut butter is the go-to choice for vegans and vegetarians, who have a notably low intake of omega 3's from animal sources.
What do you eat walnut butter with?
Soft, crumbly and stiff walnut butter can help bind and add texture to veggie burgers or be mixed with Maple Syrup for extra sweetness. It can also be used in a wide variety of Sauces to top vegetables or pasta with too!
Is walnut butter good for you?
While we now know that walnut butter provides the most omega 3 fatty acids, which improves HDL Cholesterol, it is also full of Other Nutrients like Copper and Manganese. It is important to note that walnut butter does contain more saturated fat than other nut butters though, with at least four grams in a serving - cashew and Peanut Butter contain sixteen grams of fat, about three grams of which are saturated.