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Saturday, November 16, 2013

WoW Butter

When our son was about 9 months old, he got an allergic reaction and swelled up  so quick that  I thought we were going to lose him.  It scared me to death as he was gasping for air.  His throat  swelled up and so is his whole body that if we did not  brought him to the hospital, it could have end up in a bad scenario.  

It was a family holiday gathering at my  father-in-law's house.  Someone  tried to make him try something and it caused  him an immediate allergic reaction.  We were not sure what it was but the doctor suspected that it was peanut.  He said that even just a trace of peanut in a food could do it.  He was given an steroid to stop the swelling and after few hours, he was okay.  After that incident, we  guard him like a hawk on what he eats  because it terrified us.  

Nowadays, my son would not even want to look at a peanut butter jar.  So I thought that  this  Wow Butter would be a perfect replacement for peanut butter.  Unfortunately, my son  don't want to try it no matter how I told him that it does not have  peanut butter in it.  It tastes like peanut butter without the actual peanut in it.  I love it though.  I am always fond of  eating  sandwiches with peanut butter  but when  my son got an allergic reaction  5 years ago, we tried not to buy peanut butter at all.
 
Wow Butter has a natural source of omega 3, an essential fatty acid.  It also contains better quality  protein than peanut butter.  The facility where Wow Butter is being produced is  100% Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Gluten Free, Egg Free and Dairy Free!

Every jar of this Wow Butter has school lunch stickers.  I think that hubby and I are the only one at home that would consume  these because my daughter got an allergic  reaction before when she  was a baby  from a soy milk so when she read what this is made of, she immediately backed out.  The doctor   advised us that we can let them try products  that caused them an allergic reaction to see if they are over  it or  has grown out of it but we are  so cautious that we don't do it.

Anyway, I made some cracker snacks   and tried it and oh WOW (literally), it does taste like peanut butter.  I  instantly love it and  has been putting it my cracker snacks every day.

So are you ready to try Wow Butter?  I bet you would love it too as much as I do!  I have seen from a friend's blog  that she   used this in making  cookies so I might  try that technique so my son would be able to  enjoy this yummy butter.

 For those who are interested, get in touch with them by liking Wow Butter in Facebook.  Thank you so much Wow Butter!

Disclaimer:  The author of this blog did not received any  monetary compensation in writing the review, instead, I received the  products mentioned above for FREE for evaluation purposes.

27 sumptuous burps..:

MzBaker said...

Leo absolutely loves it! I had to make him sandwiches I didn't tell him was not really peanut butter lol :)

W. Latane Barton said...

I've never seen Wow Butter but it looks like it would be fun to try.

Judy SheldonWalker said...

What do they use for the peanut flavor? Our pediatricians told us not to try peanuts, fish, chocolate and another food till we get the go-ahead.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

There is only one food in this world I really hate and that is peanut butter! The substitute also I presume I would hate just as much!! Glad your son is sensible what he cannot eat. Take care Diane

Coolmoms Cooltips said...

It looks delish and I am glad your son can now enjoy PB safely

becca said...

i can't wait to try mine it looks so good

Marms @ Home and Household said...

We love sandwich spreads. This one is worth the try.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

What a nice way to allow people allergic to peanuts to get to eat something like it :) x

nadine @ skittleskies.com said...

My nieces abroad have allergic reaction to peanut butter too, and it's sad - they're missing all the peanut butter happiness!! I wish they can overcome that though, this Wow Butter seems like a good find! I'll try to see if it's available here locally <3

jo-anne said...

I've been seeing a lot of "WoW Butter" foodporn on my news feed lately. I guess it's that good!

Dhemz said...

Oh, I love this peanut butter sis....definitely a great alternative to real butter!

nova hedges said...

I was skeptic before until i was proven wrong and i love it, they are more greater than the real peanut butter so we are enjoying the product.

Shannon said...

I really like wow butter I have tried it a few times myself, a family member has an allergy to nuts but really wanted something like peanut butter so this is her substitute.

Fernando Lachica said...

Tastes like peanut butter...but this is first time I came across with this kind of product. I'll try this one if it's available here.

Janeane Davis said...

I have been hearing a lot about this product recently and I would like to try it and have my children try it on sandwiches.

April McGregor said...

I've seen a lot of reviews of this product. Anyhow, my family really aren't much of peanut butter eater.

Jennifer Williams said...

We just ordered some to use just to see how it works for the traditional peanut butter cookies. It would be nice to have peanut butter cookies that do not include actual peanuts.

Pinx said...

I love WOWButter! I always have it in my son's school sandwich! He also loves to eat it and lick the spoon clean, just like peanut butter!

nova hedges said...

Allergy sucks!!! aside from not eating some foods that contains some ingredients of the cause of the allergy it also not an enjoyment for kids. Good that wowbutter has another way on giving kids the taste of peanut butter.

AdinB said...

It is only me and my little girl that consumes this... I use them to make cookies instead.
It's delicious!

AdinB said...

It is nice that there is another way for people with allergic reaction to nuts or peanuts to still enjoy a spread.

papaleng said...

This one is a good substitute for peanut butter but I still prefer that with nuts on it.

lencilicious said...

Looks yummy sis. It is very good alternative spread if you have allergy with peanuts.

Gene said...

I've been hearing a lot about this but unless someone imports this in our country, I'm afraid I won't be able to taste it.

MaryJane Tauyan said...

looks very yummy! i am not allergy neither any of my family we love eating peanut butter. happy to know your son can enjoy it again without any bad reaction from peanuts this time

Olga said...

My kids both love peanut butter so I'm thankful that they have no allergies to peanuts. It's nice to hear though that Wow Butter is made available to schools to avoid any peanut-allergy incidents.

Ria C said...

I've been looking for Speculoos and any kind of cookie butter or peanut butter that tastes like cookies or something. I'll be in NYC next week and I'll head straight to Trader Joes to get some Speculoos. :)

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