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How to Make Peanut Butter

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Wondering how to make peanut butter? You only need one ingredient and a food processor or a high-powered blender! You’ll never want to buy store-bought again. This homemade peanut butter is so much cheaper and tastier! With a video.

Peanut butter couldn’t be any easier to make. Seriously. You dump peanuts in a food processor and let it go. And I’m sure some of you are shaking your heads at me. She’s posting a recipe for peanut butter? Yup, I am. Because of this conversation:

Student: I make my own peanut butter! I put a stick of butter in the food processor and add some peanuts!

Me: Nooooooo!

So here’s a recipe for homemade peanut butter. :) I use this homemade peanut butter in all my recipes, like these peanut butter protein balls and this healthy peanut butter chocolate fudge.

I really don’t understand how people can pay $5 or even more for a jar of natural peanut butter. Maybe I’m just too cheap. And maybe this is just an issue in Germany, but I’ve tried a lot of natural peanut butters that tastes just awful. Even after adding 1/2 teaspoon of salt to a small jar, I wouldn’t even call it edible. I thought peanuts were peanuts. Apparently not!

Some peanut butters marketed as “natural” even have added fat and sugar. I have no idea what sets them apart from regular peanut butter and why they’re considered natural. They’re delicious, sure, but natural? Hmm.

Be sure to use roasted peanuts. Peanuts get most of their flavor from the roasting process. I always use roasted and salted peanuts but if yours are unsalted, you can just add salt during the processing.

If you want to get really fancy, you could use some honey roasted peanuts. That would be mind-blowingly awesome. But being as I go through cups of this every week at it is, I’ll have to pass on the honey roasted variety. I can guarantee you I’d sit there with a spoon and eat it all until it was gone. And then cry a little. Because I’d have just eaten 43,000 calories worth of peanut butter.

According to this site, homemade peanut butter lasts for 3–6 months in the refrigerator. You can tell if it’s gone bad by a rancid smell.

I’ve been making this peanut butter for years and have never had that happen and have never had my oil separate like in the store bought kinds!

If you run out of ideas on what to do with it, try this chocolate peanut butter smoothie! These homemade peanut butter cups also sound fantastic.

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How to Make Peanut Butter

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