This 1-Ingredient Almond Butter will save you tons of money from having to buy it, and it will be 100 times healthier since it’s 100% almonds in this recipe!
Homemade almond butter is healthy, delicious, and super easy to make. My version only has one ingredient – almonds (with no added oils) – and takes a couple of minutes depending on how strong your food processor/blender is.
Homemade almond butter (or any nut butter for that matter) is a staple do-it-yourself recipe. Just like homemade nut milk. The more powerful the blender/food processor you have the quicker you can make it.
But the general rule for making any nut butter is patience.
Be warned – all nut butters are addicting!
Well, they are addicting to me at least…I used to sit on the sofa with a little spoon tucking into a jar of peanut butter…oops!
People normally do that with tubs of ice cream, I do it with nut butters…oh well!
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1-Ingredient Almond Butter
- 4 cups/560g of Raw Almonds
- Two pinches of sea salt flakes
- If roasting your almonds, preheat the oven to 350F/180C. Alternatively, toast the almonds on a hot dry pan.
- Place the almonds on a parchment-lined baking tray and roast for 10-13 minutes. Let the almonds cool completely, to room temperature. Then transfer the almonds to your food processor/blender.
- Start blending, stopping every 30 seconds to scrape off the sides. This process may take a several minutes...You will notice how it will start to become like flour, then slightly lumpy and finally pureed.
- Transfer the almond butter to an airtight container and store in the refrigerator.
1 serving = 1 tbsp.