NutBustir Drill Attachment Mixer for Peanut Butter
I think this natural peanut butter mixer that attaches to your power drill is called NutBustir because NutBuster was already taken by a locking tune stabilizing system for guitars. And also, every Karen out there.
What's in a name though? That which we'd call a NustBuster, but due to trademark regulations have to call a NutBustir instead, will still attach to your drill, stir your separated nut butters with 12 to 18 volts of force, and eliminate the mess and sore forearms you'd experience doing it manually.
In addition to electric power drills, the NutBustir...oh wait. I just realized they called it NutBustir on purpose, not as a consolation prize. It's NutBustir, an attachment that busts the hassle of reincorporating nut solids with their oils by stirring them for you. OK, good on you, clever NutBustir namers. Anyway, in addition to electric power drills, you can also attach the NutBustir to your hand mixer, though that obviously won't make you look as bitchin' while you use it.
The NutBustir is made of stainless steel, with a shaft culminating in a butter-knife-style blade, but with a curved tip the company says will ensure you get "every last drop" of peanut, almond, cashew, sunflower, or whatever butter you're diving for, out of the jar. After stirring your separated nut butter smooth, you can detach the NutBustir and use it as a spreader / the final step towards enjoying the
fruits nuts of your labor.