With our anaphylactic allergies to peanuts and walnuts, how is it I get excited when I come across a recipe with peanut butter as the main ingredient? Because of SunButter. SunButter is a direct substitute for peanut butter in our house. We eat it in a sandwich, we stir it in recipes.
We frequently reference all the recipes on the SunButter site. “No nuts. No gluten. No dairy.”
A few favorite recipes we’ve adapted from around the web:
- No Bake Energy Bites (pictured above)
- No Bake Cafeteria Bars
- No Bake SunButter Buttons
- SunButter Smoothies with Slow Cooker Yogurt
- Homemade bird feeders
- Even more here: SunButter at Hodgepodge
Plus all the peanut butter recipes I’ve collected so I can substitute SunButter on my allergy-friendly Pinterest board.
We’ve even visited the SunButter site, sharing:
- A Dad’s Perspective: Steve Discusses His Favorite SunButter recipes
- SunButter Balls with Homeschooled Kids
I’m still surprised at how many nut-allergic households don’t know about SunButter. SunButter is available in various sizes and flavors from online vendors and you can also search to see if it is available in your local stores. SunButter yum!
How about you? Do you use SunButter as a substitute in favorite recipes?
~Tricia’s family also avoids eggs. She is saving bucks and her sanity with frugal family recipes and allergy-friendly strategies. You can find her facing a daily dose of chaos substituting ingredients and homeschooling five children at Hodgepodge. Read her FAB story here.