Alcohol Free. All Natural. Kosher. Add almond flavor to your favorite cookie frosting and meringue recipes. For a special treat add 1/2 teaspoon to waffle pancake and French toast batter. Also try a dash in coffee hot chocolate and milkshakes.
(3 reviews) 3
Rating breakdown3 reviews
2 out of 3(67%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Frontier Natural Products Almond Alcohol Free -- 2 fl oz
Review 1 for Frontier Natural Products Almond Alcohol Free -- 2 fl oz
Very Good product
February 7, 2013
"I like the quality and taste of all the Frontier Alcohol Free Flavors I have tried. So far this is no exception. At this point, I have only used it in a carob shake, it was quite good."
0of0voted this as helpful.
Share this Review:
Review 2 for Frontier Natural Products Almond Alcohol Free -- 2 fl oz
Duration of use:Over 180 days
Excellent taste - excellent value
February 21, 2010
"Thank goodness this uses real almond oil - for the tiny bit that I use (smoothies mostly), it's perfect. Natural oil is good for us - I'm grateful to utilize something that is found in nature (it's not like I'm slathering synthetic margarine all over everything for Pete's sake)...And how GREAT is it that this is alcohol-free?"
1of1voted this as helpful.
Share this Review:
Review 3 for Frontier Natural Products Almond Alcohol Free -- 2 fl oz
Daily supplement usage:6+ supplements daily
Reason for usage:Promote overall health
Duration of use:Less than 30 days
Close, byt not quite ...
September 15, 2009
"I was beyond excited to try this and upon first taste, it was spot on identical to "almond", however that's where the good ends. Part of the reason I go for "flavors" as opposed to extract is partly to avoid the alcohol and it's calories, but also because it seems more natural. So I was disturbed to see one of the first ingredients listed to be almond oil. Thus rendering something that should be calorie free, probably somewhat heavier in calories for this type of product. Being that I like a stronger flavor in my yogurt or coffee, I usually use quite a bit of flavoring or extract, but with oil as one of it's ingredients, it's basically going in the trash."