iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: £1.81 (20% off)
Posted by 5101638549302499619 on Feb 20, 2016
Very nice, not my favourite sunbutter but this comes free of nut traces and is perfect for my son with allergies.
Healthy alternative, but very rich
Posted by eselle on Sep 11, 2014
I found this to be very rich and thick, and thus rather drying to the mouth. Make sure to have a drink on the side, especially if you're having it on toast. Its natural flavour is very evident, so you need to add sweetener if it is not to your taste. I actually mix it with maple syrup, and it goes really well on pancakes. There is a slight bitter aftertaste of roasted sunflower seeds, but this could simply be a testament to its organic and unrefined state (at least we know that SunButter seems to stay true to its claims). Overall, it's not bad at all; I mainly wanted to try how sunflower butter was like and for its nutritional benefits. I would not repurchase due to the price, but wouldn’t mind doing so if I can get it for a lower price.
Posted by 4884741320604555280 on Feb 14, 2014
Not exactly the texture I expected but this was my first time tasting sunbutter. Overall very tasty and I use it for many things (the best use yet was on top of French toast with maple syrup!)
Posted by Reviewer1215436 on Feb 14, 2014
Taste a lot like peanut butter. Not as strong, but a really good substitute! I love that they haven't added anything to the sunflower seeds!
Posted by 4736306425052953047 on Apr 16, 2014
Recommended for those who love it.. Got a bit tired of it, but it is actually quite good!
Tasty but higher in fat.
Posted by 4983149196640897860 on May 15, 2014
I like the taste, but I still prefer peanut or almond butter. Also, it has more fat and less protein than almond and peanut butter. It is all natural, and if you want sunflower seed butter or just a little difference in your usual nut butter, this is a fine choice.
Posted by CurbAnxiety on Apr 01, 2012
Organic, nice and smooth.
Good taste, easy to spread
Posted by Reviewer2295193 on Sep 20, 2012
This is already well mixed and keeps well in the fridge. Good substitute for those who can't take peanuts but I notice that if taken in large amounts they can cause my throat and tonsils to close up and become iritated. A little goes a long way.
Posted by tinatherese on Jun 18, 2013
but would be even better with a hint of salt
Not for me
Posted by Reviewer1702689 on Sep 18, 2014
It is runny and has kind of a burnt taste - almost like sesame oil. I like that this spread has no sugar or palm oil , but I really prefer the taste and consistency of peanut butter..