Butter, Flour, Honey

The sky’s the limit when it comes to creating delicious ingredients and recipes with raw cashews. Here at Beyond the Nut, we are passionate about providing the highest quality cashews and cashew products so that the delightful taste of these nuts can infiltrate every aspect of your culinary experiences.


Health Benefits of Cashews

Cashews are full of antioxidants, nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Cashews are known for having high levels of good, unsaturated fats linked to healthy hearts. They’re low in sugar but pack plenty of protein and fiber to be an excellent meat replacement if you’re vegan.

One ounce of cashew flour contains 160 calories, 9 grams of carbohydrates, and 5 grams of protein. Two tablespoons of cashew butter contains 180 calories, 10 grams of carbohydrates, and 6 grams of protein.

Cashew Butter

Whether you’re looking for the smooth, pure taste of raw cashew butter or the rich, robust taste of roasted cashew butter, Beyond the Nut has you covered. These days there is a nut butter for everyone with the rise of alternative nut butters on the market. Our pure cashew butter starts with healthy cashews and that’s it! We keep it simple with our delicious recipes for raw and roasted cashew butter.

What’s in Cashew Butter?

Our cashew butters contain raw or roasted cashews, a touch of oil, and a tiny amount of salt. We want the flavor and health benefits of our ethically sourced cashews to shine through into every bite.

If you’re looking for additional flavors of cashew butter, we recommend starting with our whole cashews and creating your own. Not only is it a simple process, but totally customizable to your needs and preferences.

Uses for Cashew Butter

Cashew butter has a mild, pleasant flavor that makes it a great, versatile choice for many recipes. Many people simply swap cashew butter for peanut butter or almond butter, which is an obvious and delicious way to enjoy cashew butter. But cashew butter can also be used in savory dishes like soups or sauces.

Cashew Flour

Many people turn to alternative flours because of an allergy or intolerance to wheat. But, there’s so much more to be found in cashew flour from Beyond the Nut. In addition to being tolerable for people with Celiac disease and other gluten intolerances, cashew flour is full of other vitamins, minerals, and health benefits you won’t find in traditional flour.

What’s in Cashew Flour?

It’s really simple: cashews. Our cashew flour is processed from high-quality and ethically sourced cashews in Benin, and it contains one ingredient- cashews.

Uses for Cashew Flour

We think you’ll love our cashew flour, and you’ll use it every way you can use traditional wheat flour: baking cookies or cakes, thickening a soup, or frying chicken. We typically recommend starting with the same ratio of cashew flour as you would use traditional flour. You may find that as you use cashew flour more, you might alter certain recipes, but we think starting with a 1:1 ratio yields great results.

Cashew Butter & Cashew Flour from Beyond the Nut

The health benefits and variety of uses of cashews are only the tip of the iceberg when choosing Beyond the Nut cashew flour or cashew butter. We know that your options for tasty alternatives are plentiful, but not all alternatives are created equally.

Beyond the Nut exists to provide good-for-you products that also support local jobs in the communities where cashews are grown. Our unique business operates and integrates within cashew-producing communities to employ local workers and boost their economy by keeping more of the cashew processing in-country. Not only are our products delicious, they are also gluten-free, vegan, GMO-free, fair trade, and ethically sourced.