Nut Butter (Thermomix Method)

Nut Butter

I love Nut Butter. Particularly since I found out that eating eggs really does a number on my digestion and exacerbates my reflux.

Making Nut butters is simple easy and much cheaper than the store bought version. Unless you go to a health food store and they grind it for you, the Thermomix version also has no extra preservatives.

My recipes for Nut Butters are all completely interchangeable. Also if you don’t have a Thermomix you can make theses recipes in a good quality blender. I will also be posting my keto chocolate cookies using the nut butter recipe here soon.

PLEASE NOTE you can store nut butter in the fridge, how ever they do have a shelf life depending on the nut. Most nut butter will keep up for two weeks to a month in the cupboard, but sometime years in the fridge. The exception is any nut butter that has macadamia in it. I find they go rancid the quickest, so it is best to make and use.

Mixed Nut Butter Ingredients

150g almonds (insecticide free minimum)
150g cashews
100g macadamia nut
20g (approximately) cold pressed sunflower seed oil, or other appropriate oil*
1 teaspoon salt (optional)

Mixed Nut Butter Method

  1. Place all ingredients into the Thermomix and turn speed dial to speed 9.
  2. Use spatular if needed to move ingredients around and add extra oil if needed.
  3. Blend nuts to the desired constancy 

*you could use macadamia nut oil or any other nut oil preferable cold pressed. You could also choose any neutral oil.

peanut butte

Peanut Butter Ingredients

400g raw peanuts
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons sugar (optional but it will make it taste more like store bought)
30g (approximately) cold pressed sunflower seed oil, or other appropriate oil*

Peanut Butter Method

  1. For crunchy peanut butter place 100g of peanuts into the Thermomix and Turbo 2 times and set ingredients aside.
  2. Place all ingredients into the Thermomix and turn speed dial to speed 9.
  3. Use spatular if needed to move ingredients around and add extra oil if needed.
  4. Blend nuts to the desired constancy 
  5. If making crunchy, place set aside nuts and mix 20 seconds/speed 4.

*you could use macadamia nut oil or any other nut oil preferable cold pressed. You could also choose any neutral oil.

Nut butter 1

I hope this is helpful for you and you will start making your own nut butter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Liz xx

 

 

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I have been cooking since I can remember. I am a Thermomix consultant, so now (whenever possible) try to give you Conventional AND Thermomix methods for the recipes. I like to share tips on how to save money and how making food from scratch isn't really that hard (especially with a Thermomix). If you have any questions about the Thermomix or cooking/food in general please email me as I'm happy to chat.
Liz xx
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