Thank You for the support!

What is Seed Butter?

Seed butter is similar to peanut butter or almond butter but made with seeds instead. The most common variety of seed butter is sunflower seed butter; however, others are available such sesame, watermelon, pumpkin, and mixed. Seed butter is made by grounding either raw or roasted seeds until they reach a creamy texture. Salt, sugar, and other flavors can be ground in with the seeds or mixed in once the seeds are ground.

Shop now for 5 Seed Butter made with sunflower, chia, flax, pumpkin, and hemp seeds!

Seed Butter vs Nut Butter

Generally, seed butters have a similar nutritional profile to nut butters. However, certain seed butter mixtures, such as 5 Seed Butter, have higher protein content and lower carb content than traditional nut butters. Because seed butter does not contain nuts, it is a great option for those who have nut allergies themselves or are in an environment such as schools where nuts are prohibited.

How is Seed Butter Used?

Seed butter is used in the same way as nut butter. The most common dishes made with seed butter are sandwiches, smoothies, baked good, granola, smoothie/oatmeal bowls, and sauces. Seed butter also tastes great right on spoon by itself.

Is Seed Butter healthy?

Click here to see a graphic comparing our 5 Seed Butter made with sunflower, chia, flax, pumpkin and hemp seeds to Justin’s Almond Butter and traditional JIF Peanut Butter.

Crunchy Creamy Unsweetened Seed Butter

Shop for our three varieties of 5 Seed ButterCreamy, Crunchy, and Unsweetened!

Older Post
Newer Post
Close (esc)

Thank You For Your Support!

After an incredible 5 years we are closing our doors. We appreciate all of the support over the years and truly enjoyed creating products that you would love. Any remaining inventory will be available on Amazon.


BTE Team

Age verification

By clicking enter you are verifying that you are old enough to consume alcohol.


Shopping Cart

Your cart is currently empty.
Shop now