Sunflower butter is obtained by grinding the lightly roasted sunflower seeds. This tasty spread has a remarkable nutritional value. In addition to unsaturated fatty acids Omega 6 and 9 that provide a valuable support in fighting cholesterol and cardiovascular diseases, it is a rich source of vitamin E and minerals, such as: iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and copper. 100 grams of sunflower seeds contain almost twice as much iron as 100 grams of spinach.
It contains no cholesterol, hydrogenated fats, gluten or casein.
Sunflower butter is an fasting product.
Ingredients: 97% of sunflower seed, 2.5% of virgin pumpkin oil, 0.5% of sea salt.
This product may contain allergens (peanuts, sesame, chestnut and honey) in traces.
● UNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS: omega 6 and 9
● MINERALS: iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and copper
● VITAMINS: E (a powerful antioxidant)
Aside from being used as a spread, the sunflower butter may be used for the preparation of exceptionally tasty sauces that could be served with a variety of side dishes. It is also widely used in preparing either baked or fresh treats.