Friday Food Finds- Blind Spot Nut Butters Review

Happy Friday friends! Who else is nutty about nut butter? I’ve always been very vocal about my love of all things nut butter! This week I’m sharing my review for Blind Spot Nut Butters.

Being a small business owner, I definitely have a soft spot for supporting local companies. When I found out Blind Spot Nut Butters was based in York, PA; I knew I had to connect with Sheri Karan, the owner and founder. 

Who is Blind Spot Nut Butters?

The story behind the name is very unique.

In 2012, Sheri’s husband, Troy, was diagnosed with Stargardt’s Disease, a degenerative retinal condition. He has lost most of his central vision in one eye and has several blind spots in his better eye. In 2013, it reduced his vision to the point that he was no longer able to work.  Her husband prompted her to start making and selling a blend of nuts that she made for their family, which is now their Squirrelly Tail blend. She was hesitant to start a food manufacturing company, but he persisted and Blind Spot Nut Butters was born. She purposely used Blind Spot in the name of the company because she wanted to not only support their family but also give back to the visually challenged community.

 

TBS Nut Butters

 

Look at all of these fun flavors!

 

 Cinnamon Roll

BLIND SPOT NUT BUTTERS CINNAMON ROLL

All of their nut butters are made in small batches, creating peanut and nut butter blends with a unique texture and crunch. This flavor is no exception! Cinnamon Roll found a new home on my morning bowl of oatmeal! This flavor is a blend of cashews, almonds and peanuts with spices that truly taste just like a cinnamon roll.

 

It’s A Zoo

ITS A ZOO BLIND SPOT NUT BUTTER

When I was online selecting my flavors, this catchy name definitely caught my eye! It’s a Zoo is a fun blend of animal crackers, chocolate chips and bananas mixed into a sweet peanut and cashew butter. I loved the uniqueness of this nut butter! The texture of the nut butter is definitely thicker than a traditional peanut butter but still very spreadable. It’s great on anything and everything or just by the spoonful!  

 

Sea Salt Peanut Butter

sea salt caramel #1

Here is a classic combination! The Sea Salt is freshly ground peanut butter flavored with a dark brown sugar and coarse sea salt sprinkled throughout. For those following a specific nutrition plan, this flavor is vegan, non-gmo and gluten free. Rice cakes, homemade strawberry jam and nut butter- heaven right there!

 

TLC Dessert Spreads

Do not pass up on trying these! TLC stands for “The Latest Creation.” I had a tough time deciding which flavor to go with. They have 4 to choose from: Wafflecone Sundae, Chocolate Cookie Swirl, S’Mores and Butterscotch Crunch. I purchased the S’Mores and Butterscotch and was not disappointed with either one!  

 

S’Mores

IMAGE #2 SMORES

The S’mores dessert spread is loaded with mini marshmallows, bits of graham crackers and chocolate all mixed in to the peanut butter! This went perfect on top of my greek yogurt bowl. My biggest problem was trying to stop myself from eating the whole jar! Hands down, this was my favorite!

 

Butterscotch

The Butterscotch is also AMAZING! I could not keep my spoon out of this jar! This flavor has bits of toffee and butterscotch chips throughout! I decided to make a Soft Chewy Oatmeal Cookies with this blend. These cookies are a perfect treat on their own or with your morning coffee! TLC DESSERT SPREAD COOKIES BUTTERSCOTCH

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Butterscotch Oatmeal Cookies
 
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Author:
Recipe type: Dessert, Snack
Serves: 8-10 cookies
Ingredients
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • ¼ cup unsweetened applesauce
  • 1 mashed banana
  • ⅓ cup TLC Butterscotch Dessert Spreads Peanut Butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • ¼ tsp himalayan sea salt
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in one large bowl.
  2. Mix until well combined.
  3. Drop cookie dough by the tablespoon to a baking tray lined with parchment paper
  4. Bake for 18-20 mins at 350 degrees
  5. Allow the cookies to cool on the baking sheet for 10 minutes before transferring to a wire rack.

Warning – Blind Spot Nut Butters are highly addictive! For those that love seasonal flavors, Pumpkin Pie is now on their website to order!

Order Blind Spot Nut Butters online or use their store locator to find a location near you!

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Have you tried Blind Spot nut butters before? What flavor would you choose? Please share- I would love to hear from you?

5 Responses to Friday Food Finds- Blind Spot Nut Butters Review

  1. Okay, confession – I’ve known about Blind Spot Nut Butters even before I started my Instagram! AND I STILL HAVE THE MINI JARS I PURCHASED IN MY PANTRY (don’t worry, they aren’t expired). So… I see that they now have new label designs and new flavors – I need to get with the program and try the ones I have, PLUS these even more fabulous Dessert Spreads flavors that you reviewed and recommended. I want to try the Butterscotch one, for sure. Love the cookie recipe you created as well! Happy Friday xo

    • Happy Friday Liz! That is too funny! Its time to break them out and dig in! Which flavors do you have? Also, the dessert spreads are too die for! They are thick but spreadable! I was very happy with the two flavors I chose! I think you would love the Butterscotch! I cannot wait to order the pumpkin pie! Have a great weekend! xo

      • Hi Wendy! I have every single gluten-free flavor, in tiny jars (so I’m pretty sure all flavors except the animal crackers one; oh and I definitely didn’t get the Thai spicy one either).

    • HAHA- welcome to my struggles with nutbutter! I don’t know what they put in there that makes it so addictive!

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