Almond Gingernut Spread 225g

$15.95 AUD

It really reminds of Gingernut Biscuits when spread on Buckwheat Cakes, the only difference is - it's actually good for you!

  • Gluten & Dairy Free
  • Made with Australian Almonds

This delicious spread is made by blending lightly roasted Australian almonds, cashew nuts and organic hazelnuts into a fine butter along with organic coconut oil, organic coconut palm sugar, organic ginger, organic cinnamon and nutmeg. Ginger gives this spread a nice bit of heat and a kick at the end!

Created by Aussie nutritionist who believes that every time we eat is an opportunity to nourish yourself.


    • I’m delicious on Buckwheat Cakes or Oat-Barley Cakes
    • Or on a sliced apple as a healthy snack
    • Or straight of the spoon!

    Roasted almonds [50%], roasted organic hazelnuts, roasted cashew nuts, organic coconut oil, organic coconut palm sugar, organic ginger powder [2%], nutmeg, organic cinnamon and sea salt.


    CONTAINS: ALMONDS, HAZELNUTS & CASHEWS. May contain: other tree nuts and peanuts from the processing line.

    Separation of oils may occur and the coconut palm sugar can settle on the bottom of the spread. Simply give the nut butter a good stir before serving. May contain the occasional fragment of shell. Please chew carefully.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 18 reviews
    Wendy Mcquaid

    I am addicted to this spread! My go to if I ever want a sweet fix!

    Totally scrumptious

    Just love it

    Tracey Bell
    I am in love with this spread!

    This is truly a taste sensation. Forget putting it on anything (although it goes great on the buckwheat cakes), I can eat it straight off the spoon! Seriously yum!!

    Nadene Murphy
    Gingernut spread SOOOO GOOD

    With the added ginger in this spread it gives the spread a nice touch of heat. Warning - All these spreads are highly addictive!!

    Di Clark
    Tasty Spread

    The almond gingernut spread is very tasty and goes well with the buckwheat cakes. We put banana on as well. I’ve used the spread in a smoothie too and also to make a quick dip for spring rolls by mixing it with tamari and heating it in the microwave. Can thoroughly recommend it if you like ginger.

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