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Buff Bake
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About Buff Bake
Ashley and Brittany Boeckle created Buff Bake, a company that produces protein nut butters and protein cookies made with high quality ingredients.

Products and Ingredients:

Buff Bake was created when Ashley Boeckle, a fitness guru and bikini contest competitor, approached her baking expert cousin Brittany Boeckle, to create a healthy snack that would help stick to her strict diet while being able to enjoy something tasty.
After experimenting with different products and flavors, they settled on nut butters and cookies. All of the products are free from GMOs, antiobiotics, hormones, and gluten.  
The Buff Bake butter spreads begin with freshly roasted peanuts or almonds. It is mixed with omegas from the chia and flaxseeds as well as whey protein. The protein peanut spreads come in six flavors including Rocky Road Protein Peanut Butter, Cinnamon Raisin Peanut Butter, and Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter. The protein almond spreads come in four flavors including Coffee Bean Almond Butter and Coffee Bean Almond Butter. 
The natural peanut butter products is peanut butter in its purest form because the oils can separate from the solids. It is recommended that you keep it in the fridge if you live in a hot climate or if you don’t plan on finishing a jar of natural peanut butter within a few months after opening it. If you keep it in the fridge, you can let it sit out at room temperature before spreading so it doesn’t stay hard. 
White Chocolate Protein Peanut Spread is a popular flavor and it contains the following ingredients:
  • Peanuts
  • All Natural, Hormone-Free Whey Protein
  • Organic Coconut Palm Sugar
  • White Chocolate Chips
  • Chia Seed
  • Flax Seed
Each Buff Bake cookie is packed with 16 g of protein. They are made with the highest quality ingredients including natural peanut butter, organic coconut palm sugar, extra virgin organic coconut oil, and a protein blend of milk protein concentrate and whey protein isolate.


All of the products range for $7.99 to $129.95. The almond spreads cost $12.99, the peanut spreads cost $9.99, and 12-pack cookie flavors cost $28.99.

Customer Service:

Contact Buff Bake at info@buffbake.com and follow company updates at Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. 
Ashley and Brittany show their favorite ways of using the spreads through images and recipes on Instagram such as butters in yogurt bowls, banana sandwiches, smoothies, and pancakes.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Buff Bake overall has high ratings from customers for their products. They love the taste of the spreads, particularly the White Chocolate Protein Peanut Spread, and that the product is filled with protein, which is especially important for those who work out regularly.  
The Buff Bake cookies have slightly lower average ratings than the spreads. A few people commented that the Buff Bake Gluten Free Protein cookies tasted bad, were a bit dry, had a lot of sugar, and a gummy texture.

Competitors and Alternatives:

Other companies that are selling protein butters and cookies include Meenut Butter, Justin’s Almond Butter, and Lenny & Larry’s The Complete Cookie, Nikki's, and Caveman Cookies.

Where to Buy?

You can buy Buff Bake products on the company website, on Amazon and in select stores (https://buffbake.com/pages/store-mapper) like Whole Foods and 7-Elevent.
You can also find Buff Bake in GNC, Bodybuilding.com, Giant Eagle, theVitaminShoppe, and 24-HOUR FITNESS. 
If you have tried Buff Bake products, please leave your review below. 
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