Mayver’s Super Spread Review - The Nutrition Guy
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Mayver’s Super Spread Review

Mayver's super spread

What is it?

An all-natural, no added sugar nut and seed butter.

Nutritional info per 20g serve:

485Kj, 10g fat, 2g saturated fat, 4g protein, 5g carbohydrates, 1g sugar, 2g fibre, 2mg sodium. 


Chia seeds, sesame seeds, almonds, cashews, peanuts and brazil nuts. 


It’s jam-packed full of good stuff.  It’s rich in heart-healthy fats, selenium, fibre, protein, folate, vitamin E and folate. Plus, there’s no added sugar, salt or additives. It’s a great and novel product, whichever way you look at it. I like it for its crunchy texture and flavour. I choose to spread it on my toast in the morning and wholegrain crackers at snack times, and I often add a spoonful to my porridge and smoothies. I’ve also been known to cheekily eat it straight from the jar – don’t knock it till you try it.    


It’s a wee bit harder to spread than other varieties.

Out of five: 4.5

Final word:

It’s a winner. It’s a healthy and delicious option to include with your brekkie or as a snack. Just be mindful of portion control, as it is a high calorie food – stick (pun intended) to about a tablespoon at a time. 

RRP: $8.49

NB: This is not a sponsored post. The author is in no way affiliated with Mayver’s and does not receive any financial remuneration for this post.

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