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Crazy. Nuts.


If you’re still eating peanut butter selected by “choosy moms,” or adorned with a label featuring a boy who can fly, you either need a choosier mother or a simple lesson in label reading.

Filled with sugar, salt and hydrogenated oils, that stuff is far from the best stuff you could be putting into your body.

That’s why we typically grind our own nut butters at the fancy grocery store down the street. But that limits us to just one variety, and if you ask anyone, we like at least two nuts in our mouth at any given time. Bump that up to five, throw in some seeds and we’re in nut-butter bliss.

Open wide and say hello to NuttZo, a 100% organic seven-nut and seed butter, available in creamy or crunchy. Packed with protein and Omega-3 fatty acids, NuttZo has no added sugar, making it perfect to eat by the spoonful for a burst of energy or add to your favorite smoothie for extra oomph.

The original flavor is made from organic peanuts, cashews, almonds, flax seeds, brazil nuts, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds and sea salt. There’s also a peanut-free version that substitutes chia and pumpkin seeds.

And what kind of nut butter people would they be if they didn’t make one with Peruvian 70% dark chocolate for a little taste of indulgence.

NuttZo costs a bit more than the peanut butter you grew up on, but it’s worthy every ooey-gooey bite.

Sorry, Mom. Better leave the nut worship to the gays.

NuttZo, $12.99-$19.99