Honey Peanut Butter
Ever Since I tasted peanut butter, I became a big fan of it and I would love to have it sandwiched between brown bread and settle in for quick fixes. I tend to skip my meals because of work demands and taking even 30 mins break becomes suffocating as day progresses making you repent for the break. So the best alternative I found out is to pack some sprouts or some cold coleslaw or sandwich with peanut butter spread or jam or some dip alongside dates or granola bars. This makes me a happy camper wherein I can nibble and also not worry about putting on weight. Not sure what's wrong, my local vendor stopped getting these peanut butter jars and gave me a no stock story week after week. Surprised to see no stock board for peanut butter, I decided to make my own and it was my mom who gave me this easy peasy recipe. Only thing it lacked was the color but tasted it really nice and was easy for me to spread unlike the tough not so very easy Saffola peanut spread. Before I hit the recipe, I have another happy news to share, my dad gifted me a DSLR. Wow!! I have been saving money to gift myself a DSLR next year and my Secret Santa(my dad) heard this wish and bought me one as a surprise during my last visit. So better pics for my readers and more fun for me!!
- Prep Time0Minutes
- Cooking Time20Minutes
- Peanuts 1 cup
- Oil 2.5-3 tbsp
- Salt 2 pinches
- Honey 1-1.5 tbsp (optional)
- In a skillet dry roast peanuts until they turn nice brown. Leave to cool and remove their skin.
- Add these to a food processor/mixer grinder along with all other ingredients listed and pulse until the mixture turns creamy and shiny. Pour this into air tight container and store in refrigerator.
- This can stay good for few weeks when stored in fridge.
My Tip: 1) You can make spicy or sweet peanut butter by adding ingredients of your choice. 2) Instead of honey you can add sugar and this makes normal peanut butter. 3) You can make chocolate or cinnamon peanut butter by adding cocoa powder in chocolate and 3/4th tsp of cinnamon powder in Cinnamon Peanut butter. 4) You can make crunchy peanut butter by reserving itty bitty pieces of peanuts and finally mix them in the prepared butter.