The Sister’s Sweet Shoppe – Review and Giveaway – Ends 7/6

Peanut butter has always been a staple in my household. I love Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches like no other. The Sister’s Sweet Shoppe is the place to go for peanut butter and other sweet items! My sweet tooth is crazy serious. Even though I don’t eat much sweets, when I do…it’s ON!! 
For review, The Sister’s Sweet Shoppe sent me two jars of Krema peanut butter – one crunchy and one smooth&creamy. While I dislike crunchy peanut butter, some members of my family do. Creamy butter is my favorite, and it compliments soft bread nicely. The texture is so smooth. I’ve even caught myself grabbing a spoon and scooping it out of the jar! Natural is a big plus for me, and Krema’s earns that plus! Krema has been around since 1898. Long before any of us were born. Each serving from both jars contains 190 calories. This could be used on bread, crackers, anything you like! The taste is superior to any of the mainstream peanut butters that I have tasted. The flavor is full and sweet, without that burnt and bitter taste. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed testing out this peanut butter, and I think you will, too!

Krema uses a unique process that carefully roasts and grinds only top quality peanuts. This process allows for the creaminess of the peanut butter to be easily spreadable. You can store this in the refrigerator, which is optional. However, I do not refrigerate peanut butter. Krema is naturally nutritious, and it is made only from peanuts. It contains no trans fats, and it is a good source of unsaturated fat and folic acid that every diet needs.

NO ADDED SALT, SUGAR OR HYDROGENATED OILS!!!
A Peanut Butter Story:
Established in 1898, The Krema Products Company (Krema) is the oldest peanut butter company in the country. A Columbus, Ohio institution, Krema maintains a strong regional reputation throughout the Midwest for quality and freshness as well as its diverse offering of nut butters, nuts and specialty chocolates. 

In 1991, Krema acquired the Crazy Richard’s Natural Peanut Butter Brand from its founder, Richard Marcus, who introduced the brand in Philadelphia in the early 1970’s. Crazy Richard’s remains a favorite in the Mid-Atlantic region. Under Krema’s direction, the production of both brands was consolidated in Ohio and distribution expanded beyond their regional markets. 

To this day, Krema remains a family-owned business – a tradition for more than 100 years.
Krema’s repuation has grown nationally having been featured on the Food Channel in their Food Finds and Unwrapped syndicated television shows. Today, you can find Krema Natural Peanut Butter and Nut Butters throughout the Midwest and Southwest in fine stores such as Kroger, Meijer, Biggs, Whole Foods, Dillons, Giant Eagle, Heinens, Marsh, H.E.B., Lund’s, Festival Foods, Cub Foods, Byerlys, Felpausch, Jewel, Woodman’s, Albertson’s, Schnuck’s, Rainbow Foods, Dominics, King Sooper and many more!
The Sweet Sister’s Shoppe sells more than just peanut butter. They offer a variety of sweet food items that will send your taste buds into overdrive. When viewing their easy-to-navigate website, I noticed quite a few items that made my mouth drool.
Doesn’t that look scrumptious?! This chocolate rum cake would be great for holiday parties!

Win it

One lucky winner is going to receive the same two jars of Krema peanut butter that I received!


The rules: 
US residents only. 
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GIVEAWAY ENDS JULY 6TH AT 11:59PM (CENTRAL TIME). The winner will be chosen at random.org. I will e-mail the winner, and they will have 48 hours to claim their prize.

Disclaimer: I received the product(s) above from The Sister’s Sweet Shoppe free of charge in order to facilitate an honest review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. says

    I like The Sisters Sweet Shoppe on Facebook -my FB name is Amanda Moore
    Thank you for the giveaway 🙂
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