Jif Nut Butter Gift Basket Giveaway

I have a great giveaway for you today from the folks at Jif!

Jif Giveaway

I recently shared two great recipes using Jif’s new Almond Butter and Cashew Butter.   My Deep Dark Chocolate Almond Cookies and Cashew Butter Butterscotch Banana Bread.

Recipes using nut butters

Today I’m giving away a great gift basket from Jif so that you can whip up your own delicious recipes with Jif’s No Stir Nut Butters.

Jif Almond And Cashew Butters-2

One lucky winner will receive…

  • An assortment of Jif No Stir Nut Butters
  • 2 LeSnacksacs to send everyone off in the morning with their yummy creations in style
  • A Family Recipe Book to personalize with all of the recipes your family loves to make
  • $50 Visa Gift Card

To enter, use the Rafflecopter Widget below.  Open to US Residents of legal age only.   This giveaway is a sweepstakes.   No purchase necessary and a purchase will not increase your chances of winning.   Approximate retail value $150.  Void where prohibited.   Odds of winning depend on number of entries received.  Winner will be selected at random.  Entry period runs from November 4th-12th, 2013.  Prizes provided directly from Jif.    Okay, here’s the widget to enter (sometimes it’s slow to load).   GOOD LUCK!

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Disclosure: Jif has compensated me to share my thoughts on their new
No Stir Nut Butters 
and is providing the prize for this sweepstakes.
All opinions are however mine and mine alone.


  1. Kathy B. says

    I would make cookies! My husband has a peanut allergy and can’t eat peanut butter cookies but he can eat almond butter! So excited!

  2. Kelly says

    I would like to make a traditional peanut butter blossom cookie but using the cashew butter and a Hershey’s hug. I think those flavors would meld nicely together. Or something with a salted almond butter.

  3. Misty a says

    I would some peanut free satay sauce and maybe some fudge. I had no idea Jiff was coming out with these new butters I am really excited!

  4. Pepper says

    Don’t judge, but I just like to eat my nut butters directly off a spoon… sometimes I dip it in chocolate chips before I enjoy. Yum!!

  5. jamie czmowski says

    I have been wanting to try the Jiff Almond & Cashew Butter’s but they are priced at $7.99 at my local store which doesn’t fit into my grocery budget. It would be AWESOME to win this!

  6. Michelle H. says

    This would be a yummy one to win. So many possibilities of things to make…..or just use a spoon to consume.

  7. Sandy Stephens says

    I would love to try these new flavors! WE eat Jif Peanut Butter every single day!! We have tried others brands, but NOTHING Compares to JIF! Love, Love, LOVE Jif Peanut Butter!!! Can’t wait to try these new ones! YUM!!!

  8. Elizabeth Vogelsberg says

    Wow, I’d probably try that Cashew Butter Butterscotch Bread. It probably wouldn’t last the day around here.

  9. Samantha says

    Those both sound amazing!! I would love to make the recipes you provided for both. Cashew butter cups also sound interesting…

  10. Rachel says

    I’d make all kinds of things…I recently discovered that I have a peanut intolerance, and peanut butter was my absolute favorite, go-to snack! So I’m looking for all kinds of ways to substitute for it, especially in my baking, and have been enjoying almond butter a lot so far.

  11. Wolfey says

    love using Jif peanut butter & also the hazelnut spread. Really looking forward to trying these new Jif nut butters! oooh the joy of “creating” !

  12. Susan Berry says

    I’m sure there would be a bunch of things I’d make with these…cookies, brownies, etc. BUT…I know my husband would make sandwiches with it more often than anything else!

  13. fran says

    I would make anything there is peanut butter in, because my husband doesnt like peanuts but he does love cashews and almonds

  14. Nikki S says

    I love natural “butters” so first I’d probably try all of them by themselves with a spoon. Then I might substitute any one of them into one of my favorite recipes that calls for peanut butter and have at it.

  15. Nancy A. says

    I love nut butters and like the no-stir feature! I get tired of stirring and lots of it oozing down the sides. These new one look delicious!!!

  16. Denise says

    I would love to try these.
    I do a lot of baking for friends and I can think of so many recipes that these would be great in.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  17. Katrina j says

    There is a product on the market which is a cashew granola bar, with a cashew butter coating on the bottom of it. Its delicious, but over priced. I would probably try to recreate that. Or, that cashew butter banana bread certainly looks like it needs to make an appearance in my kitchen.

  18. ariana says

    I love these non-peanut options! I myself am partial to peanut butter, but I have friends who are allergice, this is great!

  19. Elain Ponce De leon says

    My kiddies love nut butters on their fruit… like apple slices. I love putting nut butters in my protein shake. Love all the different flavors!!!

  20. Becky n says

    First, I would probably eat the cashew peanut butter with a spoon out of the jar. Hahaha Then, I would use the rest for peanut butter cookies!

  21. Liz piccione-volger says

    Oooh! I would make cashew butter, almond butter and peanut butter balls and have a little tasting parting with the gals!

  22. Pamela Hultenius says

    I have 4 brownie recipes on my counter right now to bake this week (starting my Christmas baking) and they all have peanut butter in them. Would love to try these.

  23. Ann Lepage says

    I would go on a cooking spree!! Making anything that calls for peanut butter..LOL Peanut butter fudge, sichuan pork noodles which calls for peanut butter, peanut butterscotch cookies , That cashew butter banana bread !!!

  24. kim whitbeck says

    Love almond butter but don’t get around to buying it because of the price! & cashew butter sounds very interesting. WOuld love to try these both seeing as i LOVE Jif products.

  25. oakley riggs says

    Almond and Cashew butters sound really good…would love them in the morning on toast…thanks for the chance to win goodies!

  26. Jordan D says

    I would love to make some almond or cashew nut butter fudge, or another baking experiment for the holidays. Cookies, nut butter cream pies…so many possibilities!

  27. Joanna says

    I love these alternative nut butters though I have yet to try Jif’s versions. I’m excited to try your cookies!

  28. aUdrag says

    I’m sure the first thing my 5 yr old would ask for would be a sandwich but then I’d love to try out your recipes!

  29. Nicole says

    I would love to see you make some sort of sauce out of the nut butters! perhaps something to go with pasta or a salad!

  30. Valerie says

    Oh boy! What wouldn’t I make?! My 1st recipe would be those no-bake chocolate peanut-butter pars that taste like Reese’s Cups!

  31. Renee Bartolomeo says

    I would make peanut butter & jelly bread/muffins
    peanut butter cookies
    no bake cookies
    peanut butter fudge

  32. Julie says

    I have many cupcake recipes that I would adapt using these new JIF nut butters. They sound so good! Thank you for this opportunity :)

  33. Tammy says

    I love peanut butter! I eat it right out of the jar! I would love to try these new ones & try some recipes with them!!

  34. Julie R. says

    I would probably make some almond butter cookies or some of the cashew butter creations I’ve seen on Chocolate Covered Katie’s blog because my hubs doesn’t eat sweets right now. Otherwise, eat it plain!

  35. Terra m. says

    I use peanut butter in a lot of recipes and would love to try these in place of it; I make cookies, muffins, breads, and even candies. What a great way to change things up (especially for my holiday baking!)!!

  36. Kathy says

    I would use them in no-bake cookies, or make some peanut butter cookies and replace the peanut butter with the cashew or almond butter. Yum!

  37. Misty says

    I would use this to make my chocolate peanut butter cupcakes. I’ve wondered what they would taste like with a different nut butter.

  38. Kelly says

    I would love to try these. I think that I would make cookies or use it instead of peanut butter in peanut butter balls (buckeyes).

  39. Stacey says

    I’d love to win. My kids & husband love peaunt butter, it doesn’t matter if it’s sandwiches, cookies, or something else.

  40. Melissa says

    I would love to try making cashew or almond butter cookies, or maybe using one of them in banana bread. Or what about mixing them with some things and using it as the filling for a cake? And I wonder how cashew butter would be on a sandwich with sliced apples. Lots of potential here!!

  41. Heather says

    After I ate a fair amount off of a spoon, I would probably use them to make cookies…or frosting for some cupcakes. Oh the possibilities! :-)

  42. Tammy says

    I would make memories !! Most of mine and my oldest two children’s best memories are having picnics in the back yard eating our Jiff peanut butter sandwiches ..it’s the only kind they will eat.. And now that I have a 3 year old little girl I do the same with her!!

  43. Cindy Pierce says

    I would make you nut butter chocolate chip banana bread! It makes great toast for breakfast, and just wonderful for snack!

  44. Eileen Richter says

    well, besides just eating from the spoon, which I definitely do. I’d try the almond butter with an apple dip recipe instead of peanut butter. Marshmallow cream and cream cheese plus the almond butter. I know I’d love it!

  45. Cee says

    I can’t remember where I originally saw this idea, but because I love apples and cashew butter, I would make “frosted” apple halves. You slice the apple in half, core it, and then “frost” it with cashew butter. Then you can decorate it with fruit, like strawberry slices or blueberries, or coconut.

  46. says

    I hate peanut butter.. but love other nut butters.. So anywhere peanut butter is ‘supposed’ to go.
    Maybe puppy chow first! And then cookies with nutella… The options are endless.

  47. Caroline G. says

    I would make some delicious crunchy nut butter and chocolate balls (my family tradition cookies). My nephew was just diagnosed with a peanut allergy so no more peanut butter/chocolate cookies unless I can use a different kind of nut butter!

  48. cristina says

    I would make some nut butter swirled brownies. Or maybe (something i’ve never tried before) making a coffee cake and somehow drizzling/infusing peanut butter in. That would be heavenly.

    • Nataly Carbonell says

      oops, Just realized I had already entered this giveaway ;O Sorry about that, you can delete this entry

  49. Annie P says

    Oh, I’ve never had these types of “butter”. I am going to be on the look out now. Would love the Almond butter. Yummy!

  50. Katie says

    Not only would love to make that cashew butter butterscotch banana bread because it looks and sounds amazing, but I have been known to eat nut butter straight from the jar!

  51. Janet T says

    Banana Muffins with Peanut Butter Frosting would be my first recipe I would make. My family eats peanut butter every morning, afternoon and evening.

  52. Donna says

    I think the first thing I would do is grab a spoonful of each, then get out the crackers. Of course, then it’s off to bake some cookies and cake. They all sound delicious! Love Jif.

  53. Amne Simons says

    I have always loved Jif! I am so excited to try these nut butters in my smoothies, sandwiches, and buckeye balls!

  54. Shemp DeYoung (@shempgames) says

    I’d love to try some cookies made with the Cashew spread. I’m not the one to make ’em, but I would love to eat some. Also, Buck-Eyes.

  55. Angie Arthur says

    I would definitely make some amazing peanut butter cookies!!! And maybe some peanut butter buttercream with some chocolate cupcakes. :-)

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