Nut Butter Recipes and Mix-ins

nut butter recipes and mix ins

Nut Butter Recipes & Mix-ins 

Peanut butter is an amazingly versatile staple of the modern kitchen. Slap it between two slices of bread and for a quick meal on the go. Dip celery in it, and you have yourself a healthy snack that doesn't taste like dirt. Or, just grab a spoon and enjoy it straight out of the jar! However, as amazing as peanut butter is, there are those who are looking for something more. Well, good news! Did you know that the peanut isn't the only nut (yes, we realize it’s actually a legume) that can be turned into a tasty spread? Almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, and other crunchy treats can easily be blended up into delicious and nutritious peanut butter alternatives—all it takes is a little bit of know-how.

So, grab a blender; in an effort to help you expand your butter-horizons, we've created a handy infographic to get you started...just don’t forget to have a clean spoon handy.


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  • Kelli Farley

    Hi Janey,
    Our Twister jar is the best option for blending peanuts and any other kind of nut. If you’re blending them in a different jar, it’s best if you stop the blending occasionally to scrape the sides. It may also help to use a spoon in between blending to get them unstuck from the bottom of the jar.

  • Kelli Farley

    Hi David,
    It’s best to soak them after roasting. Typically soaking them and then roasting defeats the purpose of soaking.

  • Janey Danes

    I find it difficult to blend peanuts. They usually stick at the bottom and there’s no easy way to blend them well.

  • David James

    Should nuts be soaked after or before roasting? IF you’re soaking them prior to roasting, how long do they need to be dehydrated for prior to being roasted?

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