Peanut Butter You Can Take to School…


If your child is a PB&J kiddo, you know how hard it is to follow the ‘no peanut’ rule most schools have in place. Of course children with peanut allergies must be considered, but packing a lunch without peanut butter is not easy. Sure, there are many soy substitutes, but I have found most of them to be downright gross.

Who wants drippy, clumpy, chunky, murky peanut butter? Not to mention it makes for a wet sandwich by lunch time.  Here is a GREAT solution for moms singing the lunch blues – SoyNut Butter from I.M. Healthy. The Original is such a treat.

It tastes great, has a smooth texture, it requires no stirring and it’s not clumpy. I couldn’t find it in stores, so I ordered it online. My son loves it and eats it at school daily. If you send it, you should send a note so teachers don’t think it’s real peanut butter. LOVE IT!!!!

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  1. Rachel says:

    Sunbutter is also an excellent peanut free alternative. Some however are manufactured in plants that also process peanuts so read the label.

    Our family enjoys SunButter® which is made from roasted sunflower seeds. SunButter® products are completely peanut free, tree-nut free, and gluten free.

    As a mom of a child with a severe peanut allergy, I appreciate seeing the topic discussed and alternatives given!

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