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by Kmama on August 10, 2011 · 15 comments

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It’s been almost 4.5 years since Buddy was diagnosed with a plethora of food allergies.  Some of the items on the list included eggs, milk, peanuts, tree nuts, sesame, oranges, and coconut.

Learning to live with his food allergies was hard, especially because some of his favorite foods included peanuts, eggs, and milk.  It was a huge adjustment for all of us.

In the beginning, I tried to find replacements for the foods he could no longer eat.  We switched him to soy milk, we found egg-free pancakes, and purchased an egg replacer to use in baked goods, and we tried sunbutter (sunflower seeds) and soy butter.  While Buddy gladly accepted the soy milk, pancakes, and baked good with egg replacer, he vehemently rejected the sunbutter and soy butter.  And so did it.  It was disgusting.

We decided to give up on the peanut butter replacements.

A week or so ago, I was looking up some information on peanut and tree nut allergies and I came across a website that mentioned WOWBUTTER.  I immediately went to check out the website.  What I found intrigued me.  It intrigued me so much that I went out and bought a jar of it.


I was so excited to try it.  And you know what?  It tastes like peanut butter!  Not exactly like peanut butter, but it’s pretty darn close.  Close enough to eat.  I gave a taste to Buster and he loved it.  Jdaddy was scared to try it, but eventually did, and he liked it.  Buddy then tried it and he said it was good.

Over the weekend, I made Buddy a WOWBUTTER and jelly sandwich and…

He didn’t like it.

I don’t think it was the WOWBUTTER, because, like I said, it tastes really good.  I think it’s more the texture.  He’s gone 4.5 years without the sticky peanut butter, and I think it’ll take him a little while to get used to it.  I’m pretty confident he’ll get used to it though.

In the meantime, I plan to add the WOWBUTTER to a few recipes we’ve been missing out on, like peanut butter cookies and squirrel bars!

If you or someone you know can’t eat peanut butter, I highly recommend WOWBUTTER.  I found our jar at Walmart.

Just so you know, I was not compensated in any way for this post.  WOWBUTTER has no idea who I am.  I’m just so excited about WOWBUTTER that I wanted to share the good news with all of you.

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1 Janna August 10, 2011 at 8:19 am

This is good to know for school lunches next year, as my son loves PBJ’s but hates soy nut butter (who would blame him?) Thanks!


2 Kmama August 10, 2011 at 12:55 pm

WOWBUTTER promotes itself as a “Safe for school” product and the label even comes with little decals you can put on your child’s lunchbox to notify school staff that it’s not peanut butter. How cool is that?


3 Jennifer August 10, 2011 at 9:40 am

That’s awesome that you found a good replacement. I can’t imagine how hard it is to manage food allergies.


4 Kmama August 10, 2011 at 12:56 pm

We were so overwhelmed in the beginning. I honestly didn’t know what I could feed him, and then we basically learned to start making stuff like we normally would, either omitting or replacing the allergic foods. It was really difficult.


5 Foursons August 10, 2011 at 11:43 am

Yay for the squirrel bars! Have you had him retested since the initial allergy testing? Every year my boys allergies change.


6 Kmama August 10, 2011 at 12:57 pm

I can’t wait to try those!!

We’ve had him retested once, two years ago. We need to do it again. He’s actually growing out of the egg allergy, which is awesome. He has a low probability of growing out of the tree nut allergy, and because of the risk of cross contamination, we need to avoid peanuts no matter if he grows out of the peanut allergy or not.


7 liz August 10, 2011 at 10:08 pm

Oh how cool! I did not know such a product existed!


8 Kmama August 17, 2011 at 12:37 pm

I know. We are so excited. Buddy has never had a PB cookie. Even though he’s not into eating peanut butter (wow butter) sandwiches, I think he might enjoy a PB cookie!


9 Emmy August 10, 2011 at 11:32 pm

Oh cool! I have a friend who has a son with peanut allergies, I will have to let her know.


10 Kmama August 17, 2011 at 12:38 pm

Definitely let her know. I found it at Walmart…so she should be able to find it too.


11 Kelli August 11, 2011 at 1:31 pm

It took Henry almost two solid years to start eating ice cream after he outgrew his milk allergy. He couldn’t eat it for so long, that I think he hated how cold it was:) Yay for a great replacement….I don’t know what I would do with PB. It is a staple at our house, though Henry has requested no more PB&J at lunch because one of the kids in his new class is allergic.


12 Kmama August 17, 2011 at 12:39 pm

Buster loves PB&J sandwiches, and has taken to the WowButter and will ask for a spoonful now. I hope that Buddy eventually likes it…it sure would be nice to add something else to his lunch rotation.


13 HeatherOz August 14, 2011 at 12:01 am

That is so exciting to find such a good replacement. I bet it is really hard!


14 Kmama August 17, 2011 at 12:39 pm

I was so excited. You should have seen me. I’m a geek. ;-)


15 Christi July 22, 2012 at 2:58 pm

My son (the middle of three boys) is also allergic to tree nuts and peanuts. I Was so happy when we first found wowbutter. Honestly my husband and I had missed it as much as our sons because we would not allow any type of nuts in our home. Wowbutter is so much better than the others, not only is the taste more like peanut better but also the texture. We could just not get used to having to mix the others that were so oily before eating them.


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