I just had a craving for nuts and boy did this hit the spot. The moisture in the coconut makes this a nice treat because it isn’t as dry as nuts usually are.
Break open a coconut (after you pour out the milk) and cut out some small cookie sized pieces. Mix some honey and nut buuter together (about 1/3 honey). Spread the butter on and eat em up!
I make my nut butter and it is fairly thick, so I put honey in it to facilate spreading, but you don’t have to.
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I use a Vitamix to make nut butter. I soak and dehydrate the nuts . Dehydrating the nuts makes the butter reeeally creamy.
I use 2 c almonds and 2 c walnuts plus 1/2 tsp salt or 2 c almonds, 1 c walnuts and 1 c pecans plus 1/2 tsp salt. No oil is necessary. This amount fits perfectly into a pint margarine container.
For peanut butter I use 4 c peanuts and 1 tsp salt. Peanut butter can also be made with the champion or in a food processor, still without any added oil.
Hi I am not the one who posted..but I make nut butter in the vitamix...add nuts a little oil and voila!
How do you make your own nut butter? What kind of equipment do you use, what kind of nuts, do you soak them first? I would love it if you made "a recipe" for this. Thanks.