Costco Shoppers Are Loving Kirkland's Mixed Nut Butter

Over the years, a ton of nut butters have hit the market. LIVESTRONG reports that products like Brazil nut butter, sunflower seed butter, and even coconut butter have tempted buyers during grocery runs. Nut butters offer certain nutritional elements, such as protein and heart-healthy monosaturated fats, that make them particularly attractive. According to Women's Health, almond butter has healthier 3 grams more fat per serving than your standard peanut butter, pistachio butter contains higher amounts of protein at 6 grams per serving, and tahini butter sets it apart from others for its high amount of copper, which helps with red blood cell production.

While each of these products offers something unique, some shoppers might wish that they could get the best of all of these nut butters. One shopper over on Reddit Costco might have had this dream come true in the form of Kirkland Signature Mixed Nut Butter. The spread contains almonds, cashews, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, and flax seeds, giving you the best bang for your health buck. The Reddit post titled, "Shout out to the Mixed Nut Butter," has attracted its fair share of attention, with Redditors showering praise on this spread.

A ton of love for Mixed Nut Butter

The Reddit thread has welcomed fans who chimed in with takes like "One of my always buys. I make sandwiches with this and bananas on Dave's Killer Bread also from Costco. Toast the bread, slice the banana, spread the nut butter, and sprinkle on some salt; it's one of the best quick breakfasts you can make," and "I love this stuff. I use it as a base and mix in extras ... sea salt, chia seeds, flax seeds, pumpkin seeds. I am not satisfied until I'm picking stuff out of my teeth for at least one hour after eating."

While shoppers love the product, one element has gotten mixed feedback. "If I have one complaint, it's that there's no salt in it," one Redditor said. "I usually scrape the whole jar out into a bowl when it's new, add some salt, and then hit it with the hand mixer. This mixes the oil back in and makes it super creamy and consistent all the way through. Then I put it back in the jar and store it in the fridge so it stays mixed through the roughly 1 month it takes me to finish it." Another user shot back, "I love it that there is no salt. I have been feeding [it] to my infant since she was 5 months old to build her tolerance to nuts. I couldn't have if there was salt in it!" Salt or no salt, this nut butter has left its mark on customers and keeps Reddit talking.