We’ve been regularly enjoying whipping up nice big batches of homemade almond butter. It’s made from one ingredient – freshly roasted almonds. The taste and smell of super fresh almond butter is to die for! It’s really much more delicious than the store bought stuff in jars. And bonus – much cheaper to make at home. So, let’s celebrate this lovely ingredient with ten delicious ways to use Almond Butter.
Similar to these, but made with almond butter instead of peanut butter. And sprinkled with flakes of sea salt. These little treats, by Sprouted Kitchen, are a great way to spoil yourself – they’re made with all natural ingredients, whole foods, no weird stuff. And the taste is unbeatable!
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A classic banana bread recipe with a twist – add 1/3 cup fresh almond butter to complement the sweet mellow banana flavor with fragrant nuttiness of almonds.
These bars, by Anja’s Food 4 Thought, are packed with goodness: almond butter, bananas, almonds, seeds, rolled oats and dried fruit. Tasty and filling. The perfect snack between meals to keep hunger at bay. Definitely a keeper.
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These lovely veggie burgers, by our friend Ashley at Edible Perspective, are packed with black beans, corn, and tons of amazing spices. Plus the surprise ingredient that helps bind them all together – almond butter!
I never thought to use almond butter as an ingredient in frosting, but what a genius idea. This pumpkin cake plus almond butter frosting looks amazing!
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A simple recipe for crisp almond cookies – made with just a few ingredients – really lets the fresh almond butter flavor shine through!
Milk (or nutmilk) combined with banana, cinnamon, and a few Tablespoons of almond butter create a thick and nutritious smoothie that would make a filling breakfast or snack.
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Chocolate and almond is a flavorful match made in heaven. Don’t try to argue. Just check out this recipe for chocolate & almond butter brownies. Yum!
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These squares, by Scandi Foodie, are like pared down granola bars. They’re made with nutritious whole food ingredients, they are packed with flavor, and it all comes from the good stuff. You know, flaked coconut, dried cherries, and other goodies like that!
This rich but simple cake includes the goodness of butter and the fragrance of fresh almond butter. This dense cake is not too sweet, so it could be a dessert or breakfast. Or snack. You know!
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