G Butter, a high protein, low calorie nut butter can be used as a typical nut butter on many foods, spread on any baked good as a frosting, enjoyed straight out of the jar, and amazingly can be microwaved into a brownie in just 30 seconds!
Discover your new favorites from:
- Birthday Cake
- Brownie Batter
- Cookie Dough
- Cinnamon Bun
- Peanut Butter Cup
- Sugar Cookie
- no artificial food preservatives
- all natural
- no sugar added
- made with whey protein isolate
- high in antioxidants
- 2300 mg CLA (conjugated linoleic acid) – an omega 6 fatty acid
- Low GI index of 52
Brownie Batter reminds me of a childhood memory but it's so much healthier. We would get Jif brownie mix that came in a small box, add an egg and eat it straight from the box. Definitely delicious but not healthy. With G Butter I can relive the memory but know that I am getting a healthy snack which satisfies my sweet tooth. I put a little on a plate, microwave and enjoy! It's a treat I am not sharing with my family because once they try it, I know it won't be there when I want some. Let them eat cake while I munch on some G Butter.
— Linda C.
I love Brownie Batter G Butter. It is a perfect quick (and I mean quick) "I forgot to plan" breakfast or snack! Hot out of the microwave with a bit of fruit is my favorite way to eat it. I shared it with some co-workers and they immediately ordered some! It's delicious, decadent and rich without the guilt! Really hits that chocolate craving with real chocolate! If chocolate is your weakness this is definitely a product to try! I haven't tried any other flavors yet but it they are as good as the brownie they won't last long in my house either!
— Beth M.
I'm a big fan of the Cookie Dough! It's a creamy consistency with chocolate chips, and little pieces of almond in every bite. My favorite way to eat it is to put it in a small ramekin and heat it in the microwave. It tastes like a warm cookie dessert with a cake-like texture...so yummy. This has definitely been my go-to when I have that afternoon or late night craving for something sweet.
— Nichole D.
I really like the Cocoa Hazelnut! It has the consistency of brownie batter and tastes like it too. I use it like I would use peanut butter on a piece of toasted bread. It is a great mid-morning snack at work to get me through the morning and give me a boost. I just leave the jar in our break room refrigerator and leave the bread there too. I let my co-workers try it because they were curious and surprised that it was actually good for you. It is sweet, but not grossly sweet so I have it with coffee, and no guilt!
— Sharon V.
My favorite G Butters are Brownie Batter and Sugar Cookie. I have eaten them straight off of a spoon, dipped an apple in them, and spread them on rice cakes. All three ways are delicious!
— Jen B.
My favorite G Butter flavor is Cinnamon Bun but I also like Cookie Dough. I have been eating them straight out of the jar. However, this morning I spread some Cinnamon Bun on a rice cake for breakfast. Delicious!
— Michelle S.
I microwaved the Sugar Cookie G Butter. Super good cookie! Then I licked the spoon and it tastes good right of the jar too. :)
— Gillian A.
I had Sugar Cookie for breakfast - LOVE IT - even as much as Brownie Batter! I will choose my flavor each day depending on if I am in the mood for chocolate or not. I prefer both as cookies over eating them as spreads straight out of the jar.
When I first tried the Brownie Batter, I microwaved it and loved the brownie that it made! Then the next day I spread a thin layer of Brownie Batter between tea biscuits and made my own healthy sandwich cookies. Delicious!
— Roz G.
I tried the Brownie Batter and wow!!! I just stirred it and ate a tablespoon of it! It tasted like I was eating uncooked brownie batter!!! And I love licking the utensil when I mix regular brownie mix - almost more than eating the brownies after they are cooked. I tried the G Butter microwaved too!! Still awesome. I could eat it either way!
— Tamara R.
Peanut Butter Cup G butter is yummy - the only way I tried it was by the spoon out of the jar! I just need to figure out how to just eat a serving size instead of a quarter of the jar at one sitting.
— Sue C.