Nut Butter is good, but the ability to make it at home is better isn’t it? Now there are about a hundred reasons why you should grab up that plate and gobble up that scoop of nut-butter as far as your “health” is concerned.
‘Nuts’ are one of the most nutritional fruits available to humans. But even if they weren’t healthy, I’d cater to the demands of my tongue simply because they are so damn delicious.
Now “nut butter” instantly brings up the picture of “Peanut butter” to your brains, doesn’t it? Well probably because Peanut butter is consumed in 89% of US households.
But did I tell you that there are over 13 different Nut butter (commonly) available on the planet? So why not embark on a virtual journey to make some of them at our homes? Read More.
Honey Roasted Peanut Butter Recipe
Nutritional and Energy Facts
- 15g (one tablespoon) of Honey-roasted Peanut butter has a total calorie of 80 with absolutely 0 cholesterol and 8g of Carbs.
- Along with that, you get good amounts of fat (just enough to keep you healthy), protein, vitamins, and minerals (iron, magnesium, potassium, folate) and what not.
- Now a common misconception is “nut butter” has a lot of side-effects. The actual fact is that some of the nut butter is not as “health-friendly”, that’s true but this prejudice gets extended to the other innocent nut-butter family members as well including Honey-roasted Peanut butter.
Are they Healthy?
- Nuts as I’ve already mentioned occupy a very high-up position when it comes to “nutritional, healthy fruits” list.
- Now Honey roasted peanut butter has the super-power to satisfy your desire for “sweet carvings” minus the unhealthy attributes its other counterparts might have.
- Now the two most prominent nutritional benefits you get with Honey Roasted Peanut butter are that Honey roasted Peanut butter is good with dietary fibers and carbs.
- Dietary fibers have a long digestion period, meaning they need quite a bit of time before they’re digested and hence you get the feeling of being full for a much longer period of time.
- While Carbohydrates get you immediate as well as long-lasting energy. Making it one of the best breakfast options you can ever feed yourselves.
- The “Honey” gets you the dietary fibers giving you a stomach-full feeling for a long duration while the nuts contribute to the energy supply from the carbs.
- 3 Cups of Peanut.
- 3 Tablespoons of Honey.
- A small pinch of sea-salt.
- Take the Peanuts and pour them onto a baking sheet.
- Drizzle the Peanuts with honey and sea-salt. (Drizzle, not dip the peanuts totally!)
- Mix the Peanuts, honey and salt thoroughly.
- Put the mixed paste of the trio in a toaster for about 5 minutes.
- Take them out, and now transfer them to a food processor and mix/process/blend them till they’ve turned into a smooth paste. (Add some coconut oil if required to facilitate the process.)
Done! Your homemade Roasted Peanut butter is ready with 0 additional chemicals and preservatives which normally is the case with the ones you get from the market.
Pumpkin Spice Almond Butter Recipe
If you’re great on dips and spreads, this might as well just be your final favorite dip & spread butter for the rest of your lives.
Just for the record, there’s almost nothing which is in the “sweet-taste” category and can’t be paired with Pumpkin Spice Almond butter, especially apples!
Not to mention the forever love of bread-toast with just about any kind of butter.
- 4 cups of Almonds.
- 3 teaspoons of Pumpkin spice.
- The process is (almost) exactly identical to the above mentioned process of making roasted Peanut butter!
- Spread the almonds on a baking sheet.
- Toast them in the oven for about 5minutes.
- Pour the almonds out in a food processor and blend till they’re all smooth and creamy.
- Once you achieve the perfect blend, add the pumpkin spice to the paste. (You can add additional cinnamon and other spices based on your preferred flavor and taste.
- And then blend again till you get the perfectly blended paste of Almonds, Pumpkin spice and the additional spices (if any).
Done! Just take the paste out of the processor and store it in some airtight container and enjoy your homemade pumpkin spice butter.
Ingredient Nutella Butter Recipe
What tastes better than chocolate or Hazelnuts? A butter combination of the both obviously! So let’s make it.
- 4 Cups of Hazelnuts.
- 1/3 Cups of chocolate chips.
- Again transfer the Hazelnuts to a baking sheet and spread them out.
- Then toast them in the oven for 5 minutes.
- Let them enjoy their vacation in the toaster, in the meantime prepare a paste out of the chocolate chips by blending them in the food processor.
- Transfer them to a food processor, and again blend them till they get the buttery smooth
- Now add the chocolate paste we prepared to the Hazelnut paste, and blend them again till they’re mixed together.
Done! Just transfer them to a container and you’re done!