A Lovin Spoon Honey Vanilla Bourbon Peanut Butter Giveaway!
OMG I love peanut butter so much. I could seriously eat it every day. Whether it’s on a whole grain toaster waffle with sliced bananas and drizzled honey, on multigrain bread with raspberry jam for lunch or in a protein shake mid day, it’s one of my go to ingredients for meals and snacks. I recently discovered A Loving Spoon honey vanilla bourbon peanut butter and I was blown away. It is so tasty and made with only the finest, freshest ingredients: peanuts, honey, coconut oil, vanilla and sea salt. Sarah Kay Hoffman the founder also says it has a bonus “love” ingredient!
The peanut butter comes in 4 oz jars with a wooden spoon, so you can just dip right in anytime you have a hankering for some good old peanut butter or want to satisfy your sweet tooth. Peanuts and peanut butter are truly a great way to slim down as well. Diets that include foods with high levels of monounsaturated fats like peanut butter can help people lose weight and even prevent heart disease according to research. But besides the point, peanut butter is a great source of good fats and protein. I love to feed my little guy peanut butter on rice cakes and add it to his oatmeal or make him pb&j’s for snacks when we go to the playground.
Besides being one of the tastiest peanut butters I’ve had, I truly love the mission behind the creation. Sarah says, “a product without purpose leaves a business without mission” and she wanted to create something that helps us all “love ourselves more, life daily and each other always.” The company donates 10 cents from every jar to the Love+ 1 Food Project – Haiti via 147 Million Orphans.
Sarah also so kindly offered to giveaway two jars to one very lucky fan of mine. If you want to enter the contest and get some “loving” sent to you, make sure to let me know in the comments below your favorite way to eat peanut butter. I’m always on the look out for more recipes! I would also love to hear from you on Twitter and FB. And, show Sarah some loving by following her on her social channels listed below. The more the merrier and the better chance you have of winning!
You can also order some here (they make the perfect stocking stuffer’s and holiday gifts!): http://alovingspoon.com/
As well as sign up for the Love (E-News) Letter here: http://eepurl.com/BBjyD
And, get some AWESOME Holiday Baking ideas here: http://www.pinterest.
Kristin McGee is a celebrity yoga and Pilates instructor in New York City. She is currently teaching yoga with Peloton. She is the star of over 100 videos, seen in several magazines and tv shows and is a spokeswoman for many brands and causes she believes in. A proud mom to three, she sure keeps herself busy!
My favorite way is on toast or in a banana/cocoa/milk smoothie! I was just saying today how much I love PB! Also, following Sarah on IG.
I spread peanut butter on a banana which has been cut in half lengthwise and then spread 1 teaspoon of chocolate spread on the other half of the banana. Put the 2 halves back together and freeze for a great snack!
My favorite way to eat peanut butter is as a dipping sauce for Protein Pancakes (I particularly LOVE using ProCakes gluten-free, high protein mix).
Ah thanks liz!! My friend Sarah (the owner of A loving spoon) just told me about your comment so I wanted to say thanks. You’re a doll. I really appreciate your support.
PS…. I adore you too Kristen!! I have two of your yoga DVD’s and I think your style is amazing.
I eat it every morning on a bagel thin. I love it keeps me full until lunch.
In my morning super shake and in the afternoon with snack
On a rice cake – I usually make two: 1 with peanut butter + banana and honey, the other with peanut butter + Nutella – it feels like dessert without being too bad for me!
I make homemade banana nut bread, smear on some peanut butter, add a sliced banana and top it off with a heavy drizzle of honey!
I follow a Loving Spoon on Pinterest and Facebook.
My favorite way is to eat it right off the spoon!
I like to spread it on celery sticks and top it with goji berries.