• LIMITED BATCH

    PISTACHIO CRUNCH

    ALMOND BUTTER

    This new vegan nut butter blends whole roasted California pistachios into our signature coarse-ground heirloom Mission almond butter for a delightful crunch. Touches of pure, organic maple syrup and Jacobsen sea salt round out this perfectly balanced love letter (in a jar) to summertime on the West Coast.

  • HANDCRAFTED

    NUT BUTTER BARS

    Our handcrafted nut butter bars are made in small batches with our own fresh-roasted nut butter and the best whole ingredients out there. Equally tasty and nutritious without compromise, these are the kinds of bars you'd make at home if you only had time. 

  • WAG BUTTER

    PEANUT BUTTER

      FOR DOGS

    Handcrafted in small batches with fresh-roasted peanuts and other wholesome ingredients like organic virgin coconut oil, pumpkin, and chia seeds, our Wag Butters are canine superfood perfectly suited for dogs’ unique nutritional needs.

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BIG SPOON ROASTERS MAKES HANDCRAFTED NUT BUTTERS AND SNACK BARS FROM SCRATCH WITH WORLD-CLASS INGREDIENTS SOURCED DIRECTLY FROM LOCAL AND LIKE-MINDED PRODUCERS WHO SHARE OUR DEDICATION TO AUTHENTIC QUALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY. WE BELIEVE THAT OUR FOOD CHOICES MATTER, AND OUR MISSION IS TO BUILD A HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIP WITH OUR PLANET THROUGH DELICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS FOODS MADE WITHOUT COMPROMISE.

FEATURED

FOR THE DOGS

Back in 2010, when our co-founder Mark made the first batches of what would become Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Butter in his and co-founder Megan’s home kitchen, he knew that there was a very important family member who needed to approve the recipes before they could go to market. Riley, Mark and Megan’s beloved Vizsla, you see, had impeccable taste in food...

OUR STORY

A lifelong peanut butter lover, our co-founder Mark Overbay first made his own in 1999 while living in a rural farming community in Zimbabwe as a Peace Corps Volunteer. After harvest, community members roasted peanuts over open fires and pounded them with stones into a thick paste, usually added to savory dishes...