The latest nut butter is nutty, salty, rich, and crunchy, but it’s also packed with vitamins and minerals.

Read moreWhat to look out forWhen looking for a nut butter to buy, you’ll need to consider whether it’s suitable for baby, newborns, or people with digestive problems.

If you want a nutty taste that’s suitable to the baby, look for one with a high fat content.

This will help to lower the chance of choking, while a high protein content will help prevent babies being dehydrated.

The most common types of nut butter are almond, cashew, and pistachio.

They’re all nutty and full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, but they have some added calories.

The almonds have a higher fat content than other nut butters, but the fats are concentrated, so there’s a greater chance of a choking hazard.

Cashew nuts are also known for their rich nutty flavour, but you might need to avoid this if you’re allergic to cashews.

Makes about 30-40 nuts (depending on the brand)1/4 cup almond flour1/2 cup unsalted butter1/3 cup cocoa powder1/8 teaspoon baking soda1/16 teaspoon salt1/32 teaspoon ground cinnamon1/64 teaspoon ground nutmeg1/48 teaspoon baking powder1 tablespoon vanilla extract1/6 cup unsweetened almond milk1/5 cup peanut butter (about 2-3 tbsp)1 teaspoon vanilla extractNutritional Information per 1-cup servingNutritional values (per 1-cups): Calories: 576; Carbohydrates: 43g; Fiber: 1g; Protein: 23gFor more information on nut butter, see our guide to nut butting, or click here for a complete list of all the products on sale in The Irish Morning Times.