Almond Nut Butter

Nut butters are the most simple thing to make and can be added to almost anything you like from porridge, smoothies, curries, cakes to pies and raw desserts. This almond butter is smooth, moreish and delicious.
15 minutes
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This is our estimate based on online research.
Fat:16 g
Carbohydrates:6 g
Protein:7 g
Calculated per serving.

Serves: 8

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  • 2 cup 2 cup Almonds, Whole, unsalted


Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. In to a food processor (fitted with an S blade) place 2 cups almonds and blend until all the almonds are fully broken up and resemble a flour like substance. Continue to blend
  2. Stir down with a wooden spoon every so often as the almonds will work the way up the bowl otherwise
  3. Continue to blend until smooth, thick and buttery this can take around 15 minutes depending on how many cups of almonds you are using (2 cups takes about 15 minutes)
  4. Store in an air tight jar and keep in the fridge


What you need: 1 food processor This might seem like a long process but the results are totally worth it. Note that the food processor will get hot so do allow it to have breaks every so often to cool down

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  1. amelie
    June 7, 2015

    What’s the shelf life of this butter, please?

    1. June 12, 2015

      It should keep for several months, refrigerated. I’ve seen as much as 3 months. Use your best judgement, though.

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