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    Homemade Peanut Butter

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    • 24 Jan, 2024

    There's something undeniably comforting about the rich, creamy goodness of peanut butter. While store-bought varieties are convenient, there's a whole new world waiting to be explored in your own kitchen. Making homemade peanut butter is not only a delightful culinary experience but also allows you to control the ingredients, flavours and textures to suit your taste buds. Join us on a nutty adventure as we explore the art of crafting your very own, irresistibly delicious homemade peanut butter.

    Crafting homemade peanut butter is not just about making a spread; it's a journey into the world of flavours and textures. Experiment with different nuts, oils and sweeteners to find your perfect blend. Whether you spread it on toast, use it in recipes or enjoy it by the spoonful, homemade peanut butter is a delightful and customisable treat that adds a personal touch to your kitchen creations. So, put on your apron and embark on this nutty adventure – your taste buds will thank you!


    Ingredients :

    • 230g raw unsalted peanuts (can also buy pre-roasted peanuts)

    • ¼ teaspoon Himalayan sea salt

    • Ground cinnamon

    • Sweetener (monk fruit, maple syrup or honey)


    Serves : 16

    Cooks In : 10 min

    Difficulty : Easy

    Preparation Method :

    Roast peanuts (optional):
    1. Preheat oven to 325 F and spread a single layer of nuts on a large rimmed baking sheet.
    2. Toast for 8-10 minutes, mixing halfway.
    3. Remove from oven and allow to cool for 10 minutes, until no longer hot (warm is okay).

    Nut butter:
    1. Add the (roasted or unroasted) nuts to a food processor. Process on high speed until smooth and creamy, scraping down the sides of the bowl frequently.
    2. You’ll notice that the nuts will go through various stages:
    CRUMBY TEXTURE: First, you’ll notice that the nuts will look like crumbs.
    CLUMPING INTO A BALL: then they’ll start clumping up into a ball.
    SANDY / GRITTY PASTE: Keep processing and the clump will break down and start to turn into a gritty paste.
    CREAMY PEANUT BUTTER: Finally, the nut butter will get smooth and spreadable and you’ll end up with creamy peanut butter.
    3. Once the mixture is creamy, you can add optional salt, sweetener or add-ins of your choice.
    4. Allow to cool down slightly before transferring to a glass jar.


    Tips :

    Seal and store in the refrigerator for up to 3 to 4 weeks.


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