Tuesday, November 24, 2020

99th Monkey Almond Butters

A great way to embrace healthier eating is to go as clean as you can when it comes to food. It'll come as no surprise that I wasn't one of the admirably virtuous Melbournians who became fitter and healthier during lockdown.

I took it as a sign of the need to clean up my diet when 99th Monkey reached out for us to try their almond butters. Indeed, just have a look at the ingredients label - it is sooo pure! Made in a Melbourne suburb (Oakleigh), 99th Monkey's nut butters are vegan friendly, gluten and GMO free, has no palm oil, and is carbon neutral.   

Almond cacao butter on the knife

We've been loving the almond cacao butter spread for breakfast. It has a wonderful smooth consistency, even though you can still see the tiny granules of almond fleck through the butter. It has a lovely roasted aroma and it isn't sweet. I love to smear a nice thick layer with my toasted rye bread.

I can't wait to experiment and use the original almond butter in a dressing for a noodle salad.


We loved it
We loved it.
Cheap eats
Cheap eats.


99th Monkey is a great local product. It's virtuous with its social responsibility and it's a genuinely tasty spread. They have quite a few varieties of nut butters and they're all around the $7 price for a 200g jar. 

You can find 99th Monkey products in shops across Australia but go to its website and make the most of their Black Friday sale and use the code BF20. There's also free delivery when you spend over $50.

The Eat and Be Merry Crew were guests of 99th Monkey.

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Website: 99th Monkey

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