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Easy Homemade Peanut Butter Will Make You Swoon

Have you ever tried your hand at homemade peanut butter?

If not – now’s the time to try. No fear. Just grinding until you arrive at smooth spreadable peanuty love.

It’s easy and spoonfully delicious!

Homemade Honey Roasted Peanut Butter

We are always looking for ways to eat healthier without sacrificing flavor or nutrition and this peanut butter is a bonafide hit. There are no additives, no corn syrup, no hydrogenated oils, no unpronounceable extras.

All the stuff that’s fit to eat and nothing more!

Here’s what you’ll need:

A food processor

2-4 cups salted dry roasted peanuts (or the peanuts of your choosing)

Optional: 1 tbsp (or more to taste) raw honey

How To:

Using the sharp blade in your food processor, pour in 2-4 cups of peanuts and grind on high for 5-7 minutes, until desired consistency acquired.

Be patient. The natural oil in the peanuts will soon turn the whole peanuts from solids, to a mealy crumb, to lovely smooth peanut butter.

Add raw honey (optional) and continue grinding until well incorporated.

Or omit. Either way, you’ll end up with a tasty treat.

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Store in airtight container (< I use fun squatty wide-mouth jars) in darkened pantry.

We love this stuff.

Spread on fruit, bread, waffles, crackers or a smidge on a finger.


Each time I open the jar, I wonder why I didn’t make homemade peanut butter sooner.

Don’t be me.

Don’t wait any longer!

Get to grinding!

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Monday 9th of October 2017

I need to do better about making my own things from scratch, this is a wonderful reminder that the stuff I love can still be simple and made at home.

Patti Tucker

Monday 9th of October 2017

I think folks tend to think of homemade peanut butter as difficult. It's not! This recipe is completely adaptable too.

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