From Yuck! to YUM! with Nut Butters

We all say want to eat better. More fiber, more vitamins and minerals, fewer simple carbs and processed foods. But…some of us just don’t dig green veggies. The struggle has been real, until now. Because there are so many amazing things you can do with Maisie Jane’s Nut Butters that taste great and are good […]

Posted on August 10th, 2020

HOT Summer Sale Alert!

For your summer snack attacks, fun family gatherings or houseguest gifts, Maisie Jane’s is having a SALE! Show your gratitude to your sister-in-law for her hospitality and the use of her cool pool with beautifully packaged nom-noms everyone will appreciate. Put a stop to “Are we there yet?” syndrome with some healthy road trip snacks […]

Posted on July 31st, 2020

One Ingredient Nut Butter

Smooth Almond Butter

What’s in our most popular nut butters? Just one ingredient: nuts! What else do you need? Extra oil (and fat)? Noooo. Extra sugar? I don’t think so! Extra salt? If you have high blood pressure, you certainly don’t want that. Our natural and organic nuts are wholesome, naturally delicious, and good for you exactly as […]

Posted on January 21st, 2020

Just One Ingredient Nut Butter

Dry Roasted Almonds

Our most popular nut butters have just one ingredient—nuts! 100% dry-roasted almonds or cashews and nothing else. No additives, no sugar, no salt, no extra oil. Nothing added that could mask the natural fresh flavor of our sustainably grown family farm nuts! Most commercially nut butters are processed using various types of vegetable oils (canola, […]

Posted on September 10th, 2019

Should You Buy Crunchy or Smooth Almond Butter?

Maisie Jane's Nut Butters

What do you like best? Crunchy almond butter or smooth? I’ll admit that I have gone through phases with this. As a child you couldn’t get me to eat anything but smooth nut butter but my dad preferred the crunchy stuff. Maybe that’s why when I became an adult I was convinced that adults eat […]

Posted on August 20th, 2019

What’s for Breakfast? Nut Butter!

Pancakes drizzled with Almond Butter

For me, nut butters have become part of my perfect breakfast! They’re nutritious—full of protein, vitamins, minerals and helpful fiber and fats. But who am I kidding, that’s not the only reason I eat them! Have you tried Maisie Jane’s new line of flavored handcrafted nut butters yet? They’re delicious! More like dessert than something […]

Posted on February 28th, 2019

We Couldn’t Do It Without the Bees

Maisie Jane's Honey

Meet one of our biggest business partners: the honeybees! The importance of bees for almonds is so valuable that the relationships between almond growers and the beekeepers we work with go back for years. Almonds, like many crops, are not self-pollinating. So between January and March we depend on bees coming into our orchards to do […]

Posted on February 12th, 2019

Maisie Jane’s Cashew Butter is a Winner!

Creamy Cashew Butter

We’re so excited! Our Maisie Jane’s Creamy Cashew Butter has been declared a taste test winner by Good Housekeeping magazine! The results were published in the February 2019 on page 51! Well then, this is the perfect time to talk about what’s great about cashew butter. Years ago—long before I ever tasted any nut butter besides […]

Posted on February 7th, 2019

Orangutans Love Maisie Jane’s Nut Butters—No Palm Oil!

orangutan

Here’s another reason to love Maisie Jane’s nut butters: we don’t add palm oil to any of our products! And that should make the orangutans happy because the big demand for palm oil has led to the destruction of their natural habitat. In various parts of the world—Indonesia in particular—the natural landscape has been clearcut […]

Posted on January 8th, 2019

New Year’s Resolution: Almonds and Almond Butter for a Heart Healthy Lifestyle

roasted almonds

Oh yes, it’s New Year’s Resolution time again! This year I’m switching my intention away from “losing weight” to doing so combined with a heart-healthy lifestyle. What does that mean? No smoking, not drinking alcohol to excess, getting enough exercise (being moderately physically active at least 20 minutes a day), and choosing a diet low […]

Posted on December 27th, 2018