Ingredients

  • 300 grams unsalted shelled peanuts
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp honey
  • peanut oil or vegetable oil

Method

  1. Heat oven to 175 deg c. Roast peanuts for 3 minutes, stir then roast another 3 to 5 minutes until lightly browned . Let cool.
  2. Add peanuts a food processor. Process 1 minute, scrape down sides of bowl. Then process another 2 minutes until peanut butter becomes shiny and smooth. Now, add salt and honey and process until combined. Check the consistency, and add a little extra oil if necessary.
  3. Put into jar and store in the refrigerator up to a month.


  • Finally found something I can make using all the left over peanuts that no one wants to eat from the “mixed nuts” packet. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing

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  • Home-made is always so much better than store bought! Great recipe!

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  • This sounds really easy actually

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  • This looks delicious, we love peanut butter in our house!

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  • You can vary the type of nut as well.

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  • I would love to make this! Just need a food processor. Next on the list of things I need to save for, just so I can make this and more! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Will definitely try this, so natural and easy!!!

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  • I’d love to be able to make peanut butter and other sorts of butter. But you need quite a strong food processor to do that. I need a new one! :-)


    • I resently bought one for around $70 at kmart and it really does well with nut and seed butters !

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  • well this is too simple and i think that homemade is a great thing!

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  • I’ve never thought about making my own peanut butter and it looks so easy.

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  • Does it really need salt??


    • Probably not. A relative of mine makes her own. It isn’t sweet at all. In fact I don’t think it has honey in it either. It just tastes like moist peanuts. It doesn’t tasty oily either.

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  • COOL RECIPE, JUST WONDER HOW LONG IT LASTS

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  • Great! This looks really nice! A good recipe as well! Thanks

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  • Thanks for the recipe. I might give this a go for my daughter.

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  • I love this. Being able to make nut butter whenever you want.

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