Cashew Butts Roasted and Unsalted
Our cashew butts roasted unsalted are made up of the thicker end of the nut, perfectly sliced, and freshly roasted in oil. This low-sodium snack is packed with minerals, vitamins, healthy fats, and powerful antioxidants in every crunch.
What exactly are cashew butts? They are the thickest part of the cashew nut, bigger than the thin end of the nut. Many people believe this is also the most flavorful and desirable part of the nut, too. When you buy cashews that are roasted and unsalted, you can use them for a variety of purposes including recipes, snacking and trail mixes. You may even want to turn them into nut butter.
Whatever you decide to do with our roasted unsalted cashews butts, remember that you can buy them in bulk and store them in your pantry, pulling them out when you get a craving for something salty and buttery. We think cashew butts are among the most versatile pantry items you can own, in addition to being incredibly nutritious. These little powerhouse nuts are packed with nutrients and minerals. If you want a healthier heart and better skin, then you should eat our cashews butts, roasted and unsalted, as frequently as possible.
How to Make Roasted Unsalted Cashew Butts Part of Your Daily Meals
Many of our customers simply want to snack on cashew butts. We get it! We love the simplicity of slipping our hand into the bag and pulling out a bunch to munch on. Cashew butts make the perfect mid-morning snack, giving you the energy to make it until lunch. They also satisfy cravings for something substantial after school, when your children are famished as they tumble off the bus. A trail mix made with unsalted cashew butts, sunflower seeds, dried mango and dark chocolate almonds will make them sing your praises.
But did you ever consider using cashew butts in something other than a snack? While you can continue to eat them any time of day, consider trying out one of these creative and delicious ways to eat cashew butts with your meals, which will help you get your daily recommended protein and healthy fats, too:
- Crush cashew butts and sprinkle them over yogurt and grapes or berries for a quick morning meal
- Add cashew butts to your a.m. oatmeal
- Instead of putting crackers on your creamy lunch soup, make cashews your garnish
- Mix cashew butts into your next stir-fry for a hearty flavor everyone at the table will swoon over
- Put cashews in cookie batter
You can also whip up a tasty nut butter by blending roasted and unsalted cashew butts in a food processor. Process until they become the consistency of peanut butter. You can add a bit of olive oil or honey if the nut butter seems too thick. Store the mixture in a container for a few days and use it on anything from toast to hot cereal.
Some people even think of nut butter as a dessert. They mix in cinnamon, brown sugar and raisins for an indulgence they don't have to feel guilty about. With all the protein and healthy fat in cashews, they make an awesome superfood.
Health Benefits of Cashews
1. Heart Healthy: Cashew butts unsalted roasted are an excellent source of monounsaturated fats, which make up 66% of the total fat content. According to multiple epidemiological studies, monounsaturated fatty acids have been proven to lower levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol while raising HDL (good) cholesterol. Cashews also contain arginine, a nutrient that protects the inner arterial walls from damage.
2. Rich in Copper: These nuts are one of the best dietary sources of copper, with a 40-gram serving providing 98% of the mineral's daily recommended intake. Copper has far-reaching benefits in the body including the elimination of free radicals, iron utilization, and optimal production of skin-protecting melanin.
3. Antioxidant Action: Cashews contain good levels of lutein and zeaxanthin, two antioxidants that neutralize harmful free radicals in the body. These nutrients protect the eyes from light damage and can even prevent the formation of cataracts, and improve the appearance of skin by increasing its elasticity.
4. High Mineral Content: Every serving of cashews contains magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, iron, copper, zinc and selenium. Among their functions include promoting healthy bone density, ensuring optimal energy production, regulating hormones, and producing red blood cells. The nuts also provide vitamin B1, B5 and B6.
Buy Our Roasted Unsalted Cashew Butts in Bulk
We've put together a scrumptious mix between freshness and premium quality, making Sincerely Nuts your best source to buy roasted unsalted cashew butts online. And with our carefully sealed packaging locking in all the nutty goodness, you can safely buy unsalted roasted cashew butts in bulk and experience mouthwatering taste, texture and aroma. Stock up to save — we offer free shipping when you spend more than $60 on your order.
Cashews, Sunflower Oil. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
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% Daily Value*
Total Fat14g 22%
Saturated Fat3g 13%
Total Carbohydrate9g 3%
Dietary Fiber1g 4%
The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how mush a nutrient in a service of good contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Store under refrigeration for up to 6 months.
Country of Origin
India / Vietnam