No Cow Fluffbutter has been discontinued, but they still make No Cow Protein Bars.
I can’t believe it took me this long to try No Cow Fluffbutter. Especially since I’m a fan of their peanutty bars. Fluffbutter is essentially a peanut butter or almond butter, whipped with dairy-free protein powder, and spiked with low-glycemic sweeteners. Each 2 tablespoon serving has around the amount of calories (180 to 190) and fat (14 to 16 grams) that you would expect in a nut butter. But it also has 10 grams of protein! And despite their sweet nature, each variety has just 1 gram of sugar per serving.
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Tasting Notes for No Cow Fluffbutter
At last check, there were four flavors of No Cow Fluffbutter: two peanut butter and two almond butter. We sampled the peanut buttery spreads.
Salted Caramel Sundae (Peanut)
I was surprised by how rich and creamy this is! It has a mild powdery finish from the protein that is only truly noticeable when tasting it straight up. The flavor is sweet, but not too sweet, with underlying caramel notes. The alternative sweeteners stand out just a bit, but I didn’t find them off-putting. There is a bitterness* that emerged as the flavor settled in, I believe from the protein powder. For this reason, I preferred the Fluffbutter on a medium, like sourdough, apples, or even dark chocolate (I feel no guilt!) rather than by the spoonful.
Ingredients – peanuts, protein blend (brown rice protein, pea protein), organic canola oil, xylitol, peanut flour, palm oil*, natural flavor, salt, monk fruit, stevia. *sustainably sourced. Contains peanuts.
Chocolate S’mores (Peanut)
Like the Caramel flavor, this one is thick, but spreadable, with a remarkably smooth mouth feel, and a light powder finish. Both the scent and the taste are a bit reminiscent of s’mores with a milky chocolate vibe and hints of marshmallow. It practically begs for a graham cracker! It also has that bitterness* that my taste buds couldn’t overlook. But when spread on toast or fruit, it mellows out quite a bit. And I like that it gives me an easy way to balance out breakfast when my eats are too low in protein.
Ingredients – peanuts, protein blend (brown rice protein, pea protein), organic canola oil, xylitol, peanut flour, palm oil*, cocoa processed with alkali, natural flavor, salt, monk fruit, stevia. *sustainably sourced. Contains peanuts.
Vanilla Maple Frosting (Almond)
Ingredients – almonds, protein blend (brown rice protein, pea protein), organic canola oil, xylitol, palm oil*, natural flavor, salt, monk fruit, stevia. *sustainably sourced. Contains almonds.
Brownie Batter (Almond)
Ingredients – almonds, protein blend (brown rice protein, pea protein), organic canola oil, xylitol, palm oil*, cocoa processed with alkali, natural flavor, sea salt, monk fruit, stevia. *sustainably sourced. Contains almonds.
*I have read other reviews of No Cow Fluffbutter, and didn’t find mention of bitterness. So I should note that I do tend to be very sensitive to bitter flavors. If you don’t usually taste bitterness in plant-based protein powders, then you probably won’t detect it in these spreads.
The Facts on No Cow Fluffbutter
Price: $10.99 per 10-ounce tub
Availability: No Cow Fluffbutter can be found in supplement shops, natural food stores, and fitness retailers across the U.S. They are also available via their website (below) and on Amazon.
Certifications: No Cow Fluffbutter is labeled as Vegan, Gluten-Free and Non-GMO, but I did not note any certifications at our time of review.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, No Cow Fluffbutter is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, soy-free, vegan / plant-based, and vegetarian. Nonetheless, always read the ingredient statement and check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.
For More Product Information: Visit the No Cow website at nocow.com.