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From chocolate-cashew 'nutella', peanut butter to hazelnut spread, try these super-healthy & yum nut butter recipes at home!
From chocolate-cashew ‘nutella’, peanut butter to hazelnut spread, try these super-healthy & yum nut butter recipes at home!
Nut butters is the buzz word among healthy eaters. Why? They are packed with nutrients and anyone can make them at home! For vegans and health-watchers, they are a great alternative to dairy-based ones. You can spread them on breads, rotis or even eat them on their own!
Nut butters are great for both kids and grown-ups. However, store-bought ones can be quite expensive and often contain preservatives and additional sweeteners. Fret not! We have got you covered with some amazing vegan nut butter recipes that you can try out at home!
From Sharmis Passions
We all love peanut butter! It comes in various forms, from crunchy to creamy. You can have it with rotis, make the yummy PnJ (peanut butter n jam) sandwiches or add it to your desserts!
Peanut butter can be easily made at home with a few simple ingredients. Check out this recipe for step-by-step instructions to make some lip-smacking peanut butter!
Find the recipe here.
From Of Donkeys and Dhokla
Nutella is everyone’s absolute favourite. We all love to slather it on our bread slices or eat it straight out of the jar before someone else does! Although, the store-bought is one is made with hazelnut, you can make it with cashews too.
Of Donkeys and Dhokla has got the perfect recipe which you can experiment and try with hazelnuts as well! Yes, healthy vegan ‘Nutella’ is possible!
Hazelnut is a healthy nut, rich in vitamins and other nutrients. A delicious form you can enjoy it in is hazelnut butter!
An oven, a mixer and three ingredients is all you need for some yummy hazelnut butter to indulge in.
From Namrata Edward, Vegan First
Cashew butter is pricey to buy from a store but easy to make at home. It is a great addition to desserts like cookies and an alternative to your spreads.
You too can make cashew butter at home with this recipe from Vegan First. The simple yet detailed instructions will ensure that you have a delectable cashew butter at the end of it.
From Yummy Tummy
Almonds are a crunchy addition to sweets and known to be good for the hair, skin and your overall health. You can enjoy almonds in another delicious form and that is almond butter!
This simple 4-step recipe from Yummy Tummy Aarthi with ingredients that you can be sure to find at home is what you need to make luscious almond butter.
Ever tried coconut butter? Well, if you haven’t, it is time you do, with this extremely easy recipe. All you need is desiccated coconut and a mixer and your coconut butter will be ready in no time! You can also store it for 15-20 days at room temperature and for nearly a month in the fridge.
Find the recipe here.
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