Justin’s Vanilla Almond Butter Individual Packs aren’t exactly paleo protein bars. However, I consider them paleo.
Plus, they are just as convenient as bars and they contain 5 grams of protein apiece. In fact, they make a great protein snack for vegans or vegetarians.
The idea of putting almond butter (or peanut butter for that matter) into a “Squeeze Pack” is brilliant. They are easy to carry, mess-free and don’t require refrigeration.
Imagine great snacks for camping, hiking, mountain biking, paddle boarding, snowboarding, etc.. They come in handy as school snacks, mini-meals at the office, post workout snacks or even after-dinner treats.
Tip: Are you are one of those people who can’t control yourself around an open jar of peanut butter? These single-serving packets will prevent you from demolishing an entire jar in one sitting!
In addition, these nut butters contain all-natural, organic, non-GMO ingredients without gluten or dairy. Not to mention, they taste incredible. (PS. Be careful if you buy the jar…)
This snacks are so healthy and nutritiously dense that you don’t have to feel guilty if you eat one for desert.
In fact, why not swap one out for the traditional peanut butter cup or chocolate covered nuts?
Vanilla Almond Butter Individual Packs + 7 More Flavors…
The 1.15-ounce Squeeze Packs come in packages of 10. They contain 5-8 grams of protein per serving (depending of which flavor you get), and they have 180-200 calories apiece.
- Vanilla Almond
- Maple Almond
- Honey Almond
- Chocolate Almond
- Classic Almond
- Honey Peanut
- Classic Peanut
- Chocolate Hazelnut
Get Them Here in 10-Pack Squeeze Packs & 16-Ounce Jars
By the way, you can eat one of these single-serving packs and get about the same amount of energy and macronutrients as many paleo protein bars. However, Justin’s Nut Butters cost much less – about $1 apiece! What a deal.
About Justin’s Nut Butters
Below is an amazing interview with Founder Justin Gold. He loves mountain biking, backpacking and skiing and needed an energizing protein snack that he could take with him in the outdoors.
He ended up developing his own great-tasting natural nut butters when he couldn’t find what he wanted in stores. Then he took it a step further and created “Squeeze Packs”.
He reveals how he overcame the major obstacle in packaging the Squeeze Packs. When he couldn’t find a co-packer who could do the job, he actually built the machine himself!