Making your own peanut butter is super simple. It takes almost no time to do.
You will need a food processor.
16 oz. dry roasted unsalted peanuts
1/2 teaspoon salt- optional. Use up to 1 teaspoon if you like a saltier peanut butter
Add the peanuts to the bowl of a food processor. Sprinkle with the salt.
Put the cover on and turn the processor on.
In just a couple minutes the peanuts will go from chopped to butter.
When it is starting to turn to butter, it will ball up.
At this point, you may need to put your hand over the shoot cover because the ball could start to push it up.
After it has turned to butter, remove the cover and test to see if it is as smooth as you like.
You also may need to scrape the sides to get all the nutty crumbs into the bowl.
Turn on again if needed and check it after another couple minutes.
Scrape into a bowl and refrigerate. This will make 16 oz. of peanut butter.
For variety, you could use honey roasted peanuts or any variety of seasoned nuts.
If you use seasoned of any kind, you will not need the salt.
Lynn Proctor said:
this looks really great!
Wow, I've always wanted to make my own peanut butter! This is awesome!
Misha Gericke said:
Wow I NEVER knew it's that simple. Definitely going to make my own peanut butter from now on. 😀
Sherry Ellis said:
This is probably a lot healthier for you than the stuff you buy in the store!
Misha, it's amazing and it doesn't separate like the natural peanut butter you buy.
Sherry, I am sure it is.
Jo-Anne Meadows said:
Woo this was interesting and it sounds like it would be a nice healthier peanut butter, I love peanut butter……….
Jo-Anne, it is so good. It didn't last very long. I need more peanuts.
BEATS THE HELL OUT OF ANY YOU CAN BUY AT THE STORE! REALLY GOOD!
It sure didn't last long.