Jif Almond & Cashew Butter $200 Giveaway!

Have you tried Jif Almond and Cashew Butters yet? If not, you need to pick up a jar next time you are at the grocery store.

A few weeks ago I made this delicious gluten free chocolate chip cookies cashew cookies. So good!

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cashew Cookies | The Happy Housewife

If you don’t have a sweet tooth (I think there might be three of you out there) you can spread Jif® Almond & Cashew Butters butters on your favorite snack or even add to a smoothie.

Today I’m giving away an awesome prize pack from Jif® that contains the following:

  • Jif Almond and Cashew Butters

  • $200 Visa/American Express Gift Card

  • Jif notepad

  • Recipe Cards using Jif® Almond & Cashew Butters

I highly recommend whoever wins this giveaway make the Almond Oatmeal Breakfast Bites from the recipe card. They are delicious and a great fast food snack!

To enter this giveaway leave a comment sharing how you would enjoy Jif® Almond or Cashew Butter. Giveaway ends September 12, 2014. 

Giveaway open to U.S. residents only.

This post is a sponsored partnership with Jif®.  All opinions and sticky fingers are my own.  

Comments

  1. I think I’d try it on a spoon first 🙂 Then those cookies look like a really fun treat we would enjoy. I’m tempted to buy the Jif and make those cookies anyway! They sound delicious.

  2. I think I would just enjoy them on apples, pears, bananas….Yum. They would also go well with a toaster waffle.

    Nancy

  3. My kids would love it on sandwiches, I think!

  4. I would make almond butter blossom cookies.

  5. Theresa Moore says:

    I would love to make the cookies!!! My son started Kindergarten this year and we need all the brownie points we can get 🙂 His teacher really likes cookies!!!

  6. I love to eat almond/cashew butter on apples, or other fruits/vegs!

  7. I love cashew butter. I substitute it for peanut butter every chance I get. I’d love to try almond butter on apple slices.

  8. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would love it on wheat toast!

  9. joyce morrow says:

    I think it would be delicious on raison or strawbwerry bread-toasted of course.

  10. I would love to make some homemade peanut butter cookies.

  11. I enjoy it on an English muffin.

  12. I would make the recipe provide above so my kids can have a nutritious breakfast in the morning.

  13. I think it would be delicious on bananas or on toast for breakfast.

  14. A smoothie with cashew butter, frozen banana and kale. Super yummy!

  15. I think I would make a recipe with them.

  16. Kimberly Schotz says:

    I like Jif Almond Butter on apple slices

  17. Mix in with a smoothie would be my go-to, but stiring into oatmeals sounds delish!

  18. I would enjoy the Jif Almond butter on graham crackers with the other half being nutella. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  19. I can’t wait to try the Jif Almond butter as a replacement for peanut butter in my peanut butter brownie! Yum!

  20. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would like it on a bagel.

  21. I would mix the almond and cashew butters into my homemade granola, eat it on waffles or other breakfast breads, use it in baking, and use the cashew butter in a sauce for Chinese noodle dishes.

  22. I can imagine it on warm toast in the early morning. Some of the other suggestions on waffles and with banana’s yummy!

  23. Kathleen Thomas says:

    Making Jif Almond Butter smoothies with Jif Almond Butter, chocolate chips, yogurt, and almond milk would be how I start my day!!!

  24. I would love to use Jif Almond Butter to make chocolate chip cookies!

  25. On crackers, in cookies, on a spoon… 🙂

  26. Tammy Jones says:

    I have a recipe using Jif peanut butter, butter, sugar, Ritz crackers and sweetened condensed milk. I would love to try the Almond and Cashew butters with that recipe.

  27. Snadwiches, cookies, bars and on apples!

  28. To make chocolate almond (or cashew) milkshakes!

  29. Jennifer Stone says:

    I would love to let my 6 year old son try them since he has a sensitivity to peanut butter. He loves pb but we had to stop giving it to him after he developed eczema. He is sad about it so I am wondering if almond or cashew butter would be a good replacement. Thanks!

  30. Wendy Kaminski says:

    I would love to try both of these in some Asian cooking, in place of peanut butter-based sauces. I bet it’d be delicious!

  31. Elizabeth Faris says:

    I would make some cookies! Yum!!

  32. Mya Murphy says:

    Sandwiches, cookies, cakes, frostings, The ideas ate limitless!! I need this soooo bad. I’m highly addicted to peanut butter!!

  33. Heather Sackett says:

    I would add it to smoothies or make sandwiches.

  34. I would try this cookie recipe. My two daughter-in-laws have to eat gluten free so I always try to bring something they can eat.

  35. I would enjoy Jif Almond with oatmeal.

  36. Christina Self says:

    I love the Creamy Cashew Butter! I keep a jar of it at my desk and just eat it by the spoonfull whenever I find my self needing a snack. It almost reminds me of eating cookie dough!

  37. Charlotte Brewer says:

    I would use the almond butter in my morning smoothies for sure! I have never tried Cashew butter so I would love to get it a shot!

    Thanks for the chance!
    Momma to 3
    Shay B.

  38. I would enjoy it mixed in with my no bake cookie recipe!!! Talk about YUM!!!

  39. I’ve been wanting to try a new kind of butter, but didn’t trust any brands out there…would love to try this from Jif as that’s the only peanut butter I buy!!

  40. Kimberly R says:

    We would enjoy it on sandwiches and in baking 🙂

  41. Carlene r. says:

    I have been wanting to try these for a while but have hesitated due to not knowing what to make so I would totally take your advise and make the almond oatmeal breakfast bites. They sound great. I am pregnate and hungry right now 😉

  42. I would love to try in a sandwich and cookies!

  43. My 2 year old son and I love nut butters of all kinds on toast in the morning to go with our eggs! Great to have that extra boost of protein and yumminess! 🙂

  44. I love regular Jif on sliced apples so I would have to try that first! Then cookies! Thank you!!

  45. Cheryl Armstrong says:

    I enjoy all nut butters and would love to try Jif’s almond and cashew butter. I enjoy nut butters on apples and in baking. Thank you.

  46. My kids love the Jif Caramel spread on pancakes, graham crackers, Ritz crackers, actually, it’s pretty tasty on everything we’ve put it on.

  47. I would enjoy the cashew butter on a toasted bagel.

  48. Samantha Depano says:

    Sounds yummy!! I would try it on toast with some honey on it!

  49. I would bake those wonderful cookies.

  50. Yum! I would eat it on toast in the morning, and put it on graham crackers with bananas for a snack for my kids. For my own snack, a spoonful along with a portion of chocolate chips!

  51. hmm, could be interesting…I’ve never tried it…I might try it on celery or maybe bake peanut butter cookies, but substitute one of these….

  52. I love an Almond Butter on a green apple slice with raisins on it (or dried cranberries!)

  53. would love it by the spoonful, or added in smoothies!!!

  54. Amanda Doyle says:

    I would probably spread it on graham crackers and then dunk them in milk. Or use it in my mom’s no-back chocolate pb oatmeal cookies. Yum!

  55. I think making it into cookies sounds like a wonderful idea. I’m sure the kids wouldn’t mind trying them.

  56. I love JIF Cashew Butters. I would eat lots of cashew butter and honey sandwiches.

  57. I think it would be fun to try cashew butter and almond butter. They say it is a good ideal to eat a variety of food. I might ven try them in some receipes

  58. Cookies for everyone!!!

  59. Wow, where wouldn’t I want to use this – as dip for crisp fall apples, carrots and celery. Have some on brown rice cakes, make some sandwiches, cookies and even try it in my morning spinach banana smoothie!

  60. Betty Garland says:

    Let me count thy ways. toast, toasted english muffin, cookies, add to smoothies & the list continues.

  61. I’d spread it on some toast with honey!

  62. I was recently diagnosed with peanut allergies, and I love the taste of Jif almond and cashew butters – they’re great on sandwiches, toast, and baked into cookies or snack cake!

  63. Oh….there are so many ways I would use these, but I would first try to mix them in the filling for my favorite lettuce wraps.

  64. My go to tester for any kind of nut butter is a graham cracker! Although i’m sitting here thinking about this recipe my mom used to make with peanut butter and oats and topped with melted chocolate mmm to use almond butter instead!

  65. I want to make cookies! Your recipe is so similar to mine that I am sure I would enjoy them.

  66. Billie Jo Johnson says:

    I am eating a paleo diet to help with some tummy problems. I have been experimenting with almond butter and it’s been amazing!!!

  67. I would loves these nut butters on my morning toast or mixed into a smoothie.

  68. We’d enjoy it spread on sliced apples.

  69. In cookies or right off the spoon!

  70. I would eat it with chocolate right off the spoon and share with my kids! Yummy snack time!

  71. Sheila Laurence says:

    I think it would be wonderful just spread on some yummy bread.

  72. Yum! I will def be trying these!

  73. I’d make almond butter pancakes

  74. I would love to try the jiff almond and cashew butter in my smoothies.

  75. Almond butter, shaved coconut and a spoon. Need I say more?

  76. I’d love to use it in so many of my recipes that call for peanut butter. My kids would enjoy it on graham crackers 🙂

  77. I love cashews and almonds but I have never tried almond or cashew butter. Your chocolate chip cashew cookie recipe sounds great so I would definitely try it. Thanks!

  78. My Husband loves cashews , so a spoon would be all he’d need with the Cashew Butter.

  79. Karey Hideg says:

    With apple slices!!

  80. Jennie Ramey says:

    I would eat it on ritz crackers with m&ms on top.

  81. I have never tried either of these! I would certainly use a recipe from the recipes that are given to try it out. I would make sure to have a baking day with my three little kids and let them get “messy” in the kitchen with me.

    Thank you for a chance and doing this giveaway!

  82. What a great giveaway! We love almond butter, but I have never tried cashew butter– sounds yummy! We llike it with bananas and cinnamon on toast. 🙂

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  84. Kara Brumfield says:

    I would share with my Sunday School class kids. Yummy!!!!

  85. I would love to try some of the recipes. I’ve never tried Almond or Cashew Butter. They sound delicious though!

  86. Michelle Coulliette says:

    I like to spread Jif almond or cashew butter on cinnamon toast or add it to a banana/ Greek yogurt smoothie!!

  87. I’d dip apples in it, one of my favorite snacks!

  88. Chelsea Roberts says:

    I use Jiff almond butter almost daily and LOVE it! For some reason since my last pregnancy peanut butter makes me sick. So to get my peanut butter fix I’ve started using almond butter. It’s fantastic! I have even tried making a few deserts with it! Very good!!!!

  89. Love almond butter on apples and bananas! Cant wait to try the cookies maybe this weekend!

  90. Kimberly S. says:

    Just smooth it on a banana.

  91. I love both the cashew and almond butters on toast; I also like it instead of peanut butter on a PBJ.

  92. I would try it with chocolate and then on some brownies. Mmm… and I whip up some of those cookies! 🙂

  93. Carlene Roberts says:

    I would make the muffins you suggest. I have never tried it because I never really knew what to do with it but the recipe you suggest sounds great.

  94. Brooke Janssen says:

    I would definitely make my boys some cookies!

  95. I would love to try your gluten-free cashew butter cookies. They sound delicious and i have to be gluten-free, so perfect!
    Two of my kids go to a once-a-week parent’s morning out program that is peanut-free. I have been meaning to try different nut butters to send in their lunches since they love pb&j sandwiches. 🙂

  96. I would enjoy eating them on graham crackers, or putting them in smoothies.

  97. By the spoonful!! 🙂

  98. I would try it on toast, or as a sandwich. Sounds like it would be a good topping for brownies or on banana muffins!

  99. Hi! I would so enjoy Jif’s Almond with shortbread cookies or with apple slices! 🙂

  100. This would be yummy on a lot of things why not graham crackers & a cup of hot chocolate!!!!

  101. I would have to make some cashew butter cookies!

  102. I would use them for a healthy protein and fat boost in my smoothies

  103. Jessica Shepard says:

    I would love to try them! They sound delicious!

  104. I would use it to make snacks : I would spread it on crackers.

  105. I would use it on crackers, my sandwich….

  106. I’d use it to make those cookies. They look so good!

  107. Christine Gasperini says:

    I’d mix it with vanilla yogurt and use as a dip for a fruit platter.

  108. I’ve tried them. They are awesome and I love that they are so easy to find in the regular grocery store aisle. I would use the almond butter in oatmeal and I would love to try a cashew butter gluten free chocolate chip cookie recipe I’ve seen.

  109. I like the cookie idea, but the most common way I would use it is as a sandwich spread or as a dip for fruits.

  110. I’ve never had cashew butter, but as much as I love cashews I’d probably end up just eating it from the jar! 🙂

  111. I’d like to try dipping fruit into these new Jif flavors, and of course try as a PB substitute in PBJ sandwiches.

  112. I’d enjoy the nut butters as spreads for crackers and fruit.

  113. Sarah Oswald says:

    I love cookies but I have never had almond butter or cashew butter cookie so I would love to use it to make them thanks for the chance to win it

  114. This would be great as a s’more filling.

  115. I would make Almond Butter Cupcakes.

  116. I would totally make toast with them (and honey). Perfect night time snack!

  117. Darlene Wright says:

    Looks great, want to try these butters!

  118. I would use it in my smoothies or spread on toast.

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