DON'T SETTLE FOR PEANUTS
Seed & Shell
DISCOVER NEW PISTACHIO PRODUCTS
Bored with Peanut Butter? We Feel you
Upgrade the P in your PB&J
AND MAKE PISTACHIO BUTTER YOUR NEW (GREEN) PLANT-BASED PROTEIN SPREAD
Tired of Almond Butter? (Us too)
It's Time to Try Pistachio Butter
SPREAD YOUR GREENS
Discover New Pistachio Products
(Peace Out Almonds)
Why Eat Pistachios?
Reasons to love them
When was the last time you tried something new? Experience a new first with our Seed & Shell pistachio butter - because you deserve a new nut butter in your life.
WHAT DOES PISTACHIO BUTTER TASTE LIKE?
Our pistachio nut butter has a balanced palette with a delicate flavor, and is smooth with a natural hint of sweetness. And what makes it better? Pistachio butter has the most unique and delicious flavor of all nut butters, and it's not super nutty like peanut butter or chalky like almond butter. It's natural sweetness means you can enjoy it without adding jam, honey or other sweeteners.
SEED & SHELL PISTACHIO BUTTER FEATURES:
- A Complete, Better Source of Plant-Based Protein Compared to Other Nuts
- Same Amount of Protein as One Egg Per Serving
- Naturally Vegan, Dairy-Free and Gluten-Free
- Nutritional Powerhouse
- Made with Only 1 Ingredient
- The Only Pistachio Butter with NO Added Preservatives, Sugars, Salt or Oils
- A Shelf-Stable Plant-Protein Food
- A No Fuss Plant-Based Protein Meal Replacement that Requires No Cooking
- California-Grown Pistachios, Made in the Midwest in Small Batches
PISTACHIO BUTTER USES
There are many ways you can enjoy and use Seed & Shell pistachio butter! Spread pistachio butter over your favorite toast or as a topper on your favorite fruits. Add pistachio butter to your smoothie for an extra plant-based protein boost. Incorporate pistachio butter into a salad dressing or marinade. As a complete protein, you can eat pistachio butter on its own as a satisfying meal replacement, Check out our blog for more pistachio butter recipes and for creative pistachio butter uses.
I had never tried pistachio butter before this, but I am so happy I did. The flavor is unique, sweet, but not chalky tasting like almond butter or super nutty like peanut butter.
This is the best nut butter I've ever tried. Knowing that it's made with no added preservatives, sugars or oils makes me feel even better about it.
This pistachio butter is the most unique nut butter I've tried so far. I use it as my new lunchtime meal replacement or post-workout snack, and spread it over some toast, fruit, or some oats. The high protein and high fiber in this pistachio butter keeps me full until dinner. I am officially hooked.
Why Limit Yourself to Just Almonds, Cashews or Peanuts?
WITH PISTACHIOS YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL
Pistachios, aka the "green nut", are not only one-of-a-kind because of their bright green color, but they also have some unique nutritional properties too.
Check out our blog to learn creative ways of how to use pistachio butter, pistachio recipes, fun facts about pistachios, and more.
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