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Homemade Peanut Butter

Make your own vegan Homemade Peanut Butter in food processor or blender! You’ll never want to buy it at a store again. Seriously, so easy and yummy!

Peanut Butter

Did you know you can make your own Peanut Butter in a food processor or high-speed blender? This is seriously life-chaning. This Homemade Peanut Butter is finger-licking (yes!!! finger-licking!) good. You’ll never want to buy Peanut Butter again!

Depending on what you’re using it for, you can adjust the sweetness and saltiness to your liking. You can even mix in some chopped up peanuts to make it chunky. It’s so easy and oh my goooooddddness! I have seriously no more words for this homemade, vegan Peanut Butter.

Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter

Homemade Vegan Peanut Butter

Bianca Haun | Elephantastic Vegan
Make your own vegan Homemade Peanut Butter! So good and delicious you won't buy Peanut Butter again. It's so easy to make as well! The recipes yields 1 cup!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Basics, Condiment
Cuisine American, Vegan
Servings 1 small jar
Calories 887 kcal

Ingredients
 
 

  • 1 cup peanuts raw, unshelled and skinned, unsalted (or use roasted ones and skip the first step)
  • 1 teaspoons peanut oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 teaspoon brown rice syrup

Instructions
 

  • Put the peanuts in a pan and roast them on medium-high heat for about 4 minutes while stirring.
  • Let the roasted peanuts cool off a bit before placing them in a food processor (alternatively you can use your blender, if you have a good one).
  • Chop/blend the peanuts for about a minute.
  • Add in the peanut oil, salt and rice syrup.
  • Chop/blend again this time until smooth. (Use more oil if necessary)
  • You can adjust the taste by adding more rice syrup or salt.
  • Fill the Peanut Butter in a container and place it in the fridge for about 15 minutes to get a bit thicker. Enjoy! 

Nutrition

Calories: 887kcalCarbohydrates: 28gProtein: 38gFat: 76gSaturated Fat: 11gSodium: 1200mgPotassium: 1086mgFiber: 13gSugar: 4gCalcium: 155mgIron: 5.7mg
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Jerry Aguilar

Tuesday 3rd of January 2017

So awesome. Made it earlier this week!

Bianca

Thursday 5th of January 2017

Yeay, so glad to hear that, Jerry! :)

Crista

Thursday 25th of June 2015

shame ON me, not in me -

bianca

Thursday 25th of June 2015

hihi Yes! I've waited sooo long before finally making homemade Peanut Butter, too but it was totally worth it! And you can adjust the saltiness and sweetness to your taste or depending on what you do with the peanut butter (e.g. making chocolate, using it in desserts or on bread).

Crista

Thursday 25th of June 2015

i have yet to make homemade peanut butter - shame in me. your recipe looks like a good one!

Miss Polkadot

Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Ah, okay. Kokosmus solltest Du auf jeden Fall testen - es schmeckt himmlisch. Jemand hat es mal mit Raffaello verglichen und ja, das kann ich bestätigen. Ich benutze es für alles mögliche - ob süß oder herzhaft - und da die Kokosraspel so weich sind, würde es selbst ein schwacher Mixer schaffen.

bianca

Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Das hört sich sehr vielversprechend an :D ich habe gerade für die nächsten Tage ein Rezept für ein Dessert fertiggeschrieben, das auch stark Kokoslastig ist und eine abgewandelte Form von Kokosmus verwendet und das ist auch sehr fein. ^.^

Miss Polkadot

Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Ans Herstellen von Nussmusen - abgesehen vom wahnsinnig guten Kokosmus - habe ich mich bisher nicht getraut. Welche Küchenmaschine benutzt Du dafür?

bianca

Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Kokosmus hab ich noch nicht gemacht, aber ich bin so verliebt in die selbstgemachte Peanut Butter, sodass ich unbedingt andere auch noch ausprobieren möchte. Kokos hört sich auch sehr yummi an :) Ich verwende diese hier. Den Zerkleinerer von Kenwood hab ich Ende 2011 gekauft und ich bin immer noch so zufrieden damit! Bananeneis, Crusts für Raw Tartes (mit Nüssen), eingelegte Kichererbsen zerkleinern für Falafel, Hummus und eben auch Nussmuse sind gar kein Problem. Der Zerkleinerer ist wirklich großartig :)