Almond butter. Cashew butter. Peanut butter. Walnut butter. The options for nut butters seem endless. But have you ever wondered which one packs more protein? Or which one is lower in fat? This infographic from Greatist has all the answers you are looking for. It compares 10 different types of nut butters and offers a breakdown of the nutrition and protein content of a two tablespoon serving.
So how did they they fair? Believe it or not, good old classic peanut butter is highest in protein, boasting 8 grams per serving. Almond and hazelnut butters contain the lowest amount of protein, with 4 grams each. All the other varieties range somewhere in between.
This ultimate guide to nut butters also offers information on seed butters, which are a great alternative for foodies with a tree nut or peanut allergy. Take a look below to find out more about your favorite nut butter:
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