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August 30, 2021Reviewer: Michael in Washington* You know this tastes OK/good to me for having low fat and low carbs. And protein level is fairly high at 6 g per 2 Tbsp. I mix it up with water and throw it on a low carb tortilla with some nature's hollow xylitol erythritol jam and I have a good keto snack.
No it doesn't taste exactly like normal peanut butter, but it's passable for how healthy it is and I don't get any 'off' tastes, it just has less flavor than regular peanut butter.
I don't recommend mixing it up and storing extra however, as it gets funky in a couple days. Mix it fresh each time.
May 24, 2020Reviewer: Dina in Florida* Maybe in a shake, it would work. Just as a spread, I wouldnâ€™t recommend. It does get very creamy but the taste a a little bitter to me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 31, 2020Reviewer: Omaru in Tennessee* Let me start off by being 100% transparent. I have tried Lakanto Monk fruit sweetener and did not like the after taste of the sweeteners. I have tried there chocolates and they do not have the same after taste. I mixed it up as per the directions and was extremely disappointed in the taste. The sweetener overpowered the peanut flavor and taste. I was able to adjust the consistency to that of creamy peanut butter which is great. If you don't have the issue I have with this type of sweetener than it may be a match for you. It's a better alternative than the sugar laden PB powders, but on it's own it's a miss for me. I will try it in a recipe that calls for Peanut powder and update my review if I have better results.