5.28.2012

Joji's Delight Peanut Butter with Malunggay

I thought I'd share my newest discoveries ;)  

I have had a very busy month that I don't have much time to prepare/cook healthy foods, still managed to squeezed in making 'healthy' sandwiches. I think I consumed mostly sandwiches for the past weeks, not eating rice for lunch and dinner. I suddenly felt symptoms of Iron deficiency so I decided to take supplements. I used to take Centrum before (rarely),  this time I want something herbal/natural. I'm now taking Carica's Malunggay Capsule. I would try to share a separate post about its wonder, soon.



One day, even though I knew about the healthy benefits of Malunggay, I still searched the net to read more about it and that's when I stumbled on Joji's delight after clicking on some links here and there..
Php 195 for 500 grams



I thought of ordering right away as there is always a jar of peanut butter in our fridge and I personally love peanut butter :)


I originally like to taste their peanut butter with coco sugar variant but it is out of stock (next time!)






Their peanut butter stays creamy even if placed in the fridge. Just the normal peanut butter taste and not overly sweet,  I actually can't taste the malunggay if you wonder how it taste.

Their products are available at Connies Kitchen, QC and Green Grocer. I'm far from the store and Green Grocer requires a minimum amount for delivery so I chose to do a meetup at Robinsons Galleria and Jairus accommodated my request even though I just ordered 1 bottle. Thanks much :) I will order more bottles next time :)


If you want to order text Jairus at 09175193766  Or sent a message in their facebook page
at  http://www.facebook.com/jojisdelights



71 comments:

  1. wow interesting!!! curious din ako kung ano ang lasa nang peanut butter with Malunggay

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  2. Thanks for the info! Me and my kids are a fan of peanut butter and malunggay too. It's nice to know there's a new way we can incorporate veggies into our family's snacks. Hope they deliver here in Baguio where we live:)

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  3. oh it doesn't taste like malunggay? Good! Glad it has its benefits though. Ack malunggay taste with peanut butter could be weird :3

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  4. i love peanut butter too but my fave brand is lady's choice. nacurious ko dito. i tried malunggay pandesal di ko rin malasahan yung malunggay. =)

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  5. Sa buong family ako lang yata ang di masyadong kumakain ng peanut butter kasi nga matamis but I'm quite interested on the malunggay incorporation... healthy indeed and I guess with this malunggay around I would start to convince myself to love peanut butter from now on.

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  6. That's a really interesting combination for peanut butter? So how is it? Does it taste better then regular peanut butter?

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  7. Masarap talaga yung peanut butter?

    Maganda 'to for my kids esp my bunso. She has an asthma kasi and she has been drinking malunggay juice eversince, kaya medyo madalang na ang atake.

    Would be nice to have an alternative.

    Thanks for sharing the deets! Sana they deliver to provincial places hehe!

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  8. Peanut Butter with Malunggay - that's another great wayto sneak in some veggies in my little ones' food. I have no trouble feeding my little girl vegetables but feeding my little boy is another story. He does love peanut butter and if there's one with malunggay in it, we really should get a bottle and try it out.

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  9. Thanks for posting your Malunggay Peanut butter article Ms. Jewel. Both my kids love peanut butter but my elder son hates eating veggies. I think I need jars of Malunggay Peanut butter to make him eat veggies without knowing. That's the only way we make him eat veggies by mixing them with other food. What's their nearest store in Katipunan, QC? :)

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  10. how was the taste, malunggay becomes popular healthy herbal today

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  11. The PB looks good and healthy. I like that it has low sodium content. Thanks for including a picture of the nutrition facts. I'd like to try that one some time.

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  12. makahanap nga rin nga ganito dito sa local grocery namin.. indeed nutritious ... :)

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  13. Malunggay is really in nowadays! Meron na yan sa pandesal and energy drinks. Actually, my husband is doing malunggay capsules for our personal use. Nag-airdry kami ng leaves then grind. He bought gel capsules sa Mercury anf filled it up. Sa bahay naman we miv the dried malunngay powder sa lugar o ulam ng anak namin.

    Mommy Maye (http://momayes.blogspot.com)

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  14. yay! meron na nito? saan ba available tong peanut butter?

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  15. Ang sarap naman tingnan! Saan nakakabili nito? Mahilig ako sa peanut butter. But malunggay ang ingredient? Wow I should really try this!

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  16. nice post sis. what i really enjoyed eating is crunchy peanut butter. sobrang mahal kasi nito sa sm. pero i will try to look here in bulacan.

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  17. wow.maron palang ganyan. hows the taste? parang halos lahat may malunngay na like pandesal etc. :)

    ~CorbyLove

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  18. I don't like peanut butter in general. I don't know why.

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  19. This is new "Peanut butter w/ Malunggay". Do they have a Malunggay Tea? I am a lover of herbal tea specially Oregano Tea and Honey with a twist of Ponkan. Go for healthy diet!!!

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  20. I miss eating malunggay with tinolang manok...cannot wait to try it next month. I hope tha my Mama can cook for me. I also love peanut butter but since my little girl is allergic to peanut. I try to avoid eating it. These products are new to me but sounds like a healthy choice.

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  21. wow that looks yummy, i love peanut butter too

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  22. A healthy treat for picky eaters. My son doesn't like to eat leafy vegetables so I mince and mix it with the viand. If the vegetable can be incorporated in spreads, then it will lessen mommy's burden. :-)

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  23. Wow, I like nuts and malunggay but I wonder how it tastes... Thanks for the info

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  24. Wow this one sound delicious. This is the first time I've heard a peanut butter with malungay. Does it taste bitter?

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  25. Wow! Such a healthy spread! Must-try!

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  26. I love peanut butter, too! :D Malunggay sounds so delicious, but I can see the green things in the spread, haha! I'm not actually a picky eater so I can just think of other things instead of the greenness of this spread.

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  27. I meant, malunggay that cannot be tasted in a mix can sound so good*

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  28. Malunggay can also be made into a juice. My daughter is taking up Food Technology and when they were assigned how it would turn, it was delicious. There is not even the after taste of malunggay.

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  29. When we were kids and whenever we have cough my Father would always tell us to chew Malunggay leaves. It's effective in curing cough but we have to endure the taste of it but later on it was just normal. Its just a matter of acquired taste. Glad that innovators are trying to mix in the malunggay in almost every day food.

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  30. Peanut butter with malunggay? that's a unique way of hiding veggies from kids, LOL. I hope my kids would like it.

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  31. I see malunggay mixed in a lot of products now. I still can't get myself to try them :)

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  32. I really love peanut butter. I am also doing my own malunggay capsule. Air-dried, ground and put it in capsule bought from Mercury Drugs. Maybe I willl try to buy peanut butter then add some dried leaves of malunggay.
    I also used dried malunggay in some of the dishes I made like meat balls, siomai, burgers, etc. You cannot even taste the malunggay.

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  33. I like peanut butter! I'd like to try this for my daughter who's very choosy with food!

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  34. This is another ingenious invention worthy of our applaud! :)

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  35. this is interesting. though I'm not a fan of peanut butter at all. I would prefer to eat bread without that palaman.. *sigh*

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  36. interesting, my first time to know peanut butter with malunggay, My daughter loves peanut butter i think this is better option so she will get more vitamins pa coz of malunggay.

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  37. That's a good way to get some malunggay into the system if one doesn't want taking supplements. Thanks for the recommendation!

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  38. This is how innovative a Filipino is. Imagine coming up with a peanut butter with malunggay. The bread spread with a herbal admixture is more than a healthy food.

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  39. This one would be great! I use malunggay powder in cooking, and this peanut butter would be awesome. My kid loves peanut butter in sandwiches and with banana.

    Thank you for sharing this!

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  40. Seriously?? Lol, what does it taste like? Healthy ah.

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    1. that's also my first reaction, no malunggay taste for me...

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  41. Does it taste okay? I haven't tried this but one thing is for sure, its healthy..

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  42. We love peanut butter and always have a jar of it in the pantry. The village we live in is rich in malunggay trees so malunggay leaves are also always part of our weekly meals. Maybe we'll try a jar or two of this Joji's Delight.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  43. nice!


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  44. peanut butter is one of my favorite spread...
    yummy na, healthy bread spread pa!

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  45. Wow! So malunggay is now in peanut butter? Very healthy! Thanks for sharing this.

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  46. I guess the maluggay adds more fiber to it. good healthy option!

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  47. Peanut butter for the win. <3 I used to hate it but now I heart it.

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  48. Ooohhh...looks luscious. Hope they can sell some here in Laguna. Our pantry never run out of PB. My hubby and son love it so much.

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  49. Interesting. What if I add real malunggay leaves to my peanut butter sandwich? hehe

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  50. Thanks for posting this. This is nice. My daughter is hard to feed. This could help since she likes peanut butter din naman.

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  51. I miss malungay and I need it now. Since I arrive in Ca I ate less healthy foods. Hope I can find that product here.

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  52. wow, looks yummy and healthy too :)

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  53. It's good when you find a healthy food that tastes good too.

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  54. malunggay is one of my favorite but peanut butter, depends on my mood.

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  55. healthy and great tasting peanut butter, just don't over indulge because of the excess sugar...

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  56. My kids love peanut butter. Maybe this can be a a healthier option for them. Thanks for posting.

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  57. wow! interesting! peanut butter can be healthy. I hope it tasted good. I'll try this nga minsan.

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  58. malungay is really good for our body! :)

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  59. wow it looks so yummy! and healthy too i guess!

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  60. Wow! Malunggay (moringa) is really getting a lot of attention these days. We grow several trees on on our backyard and my uncle says that Malunggay also have xenical-like properties.

    Btw, have you try moringa juice? They're also great!

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    1. haven't tried moringa juice... will find where to buy the soones :)

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  61. Carica's Malunggay is so effective as an all-day energizer regardless of whether I skip meals or binge on a lot of carbs.

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  62. Joji&#39;s Delights7/30/2012 4:31 PM

    Wow! we at Joji's Delights are truly honored and encouraged with this wonderful blog plus all the great comments! Do like our page at https://www.facebook.com/jojisdelights to see the other varieties available as well as outlets esp in M.Manila.

    The newest outlet in Manila is at Healthy Options by Sugarfeaf along Wilson St in Greenhills. For those who do not like peanut butter too sweet, we have the Peanut butter with coco sugar and malunggay variety as well.

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    1. yey will try to visit Sugarleaf soon :)

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