Nut Butters that are not Peanut

Peanut butter is one of many nut butters out there. You can make buttery spreads from just about any kind of nuts: walnuts, cashews, and macadamia, to name a few. Each one has its own sets of characteristics from flavours to consistency and even health benefits. Read on for nut butter recipes other than what’s become the standard–peanut butter.

Macadamia Nut Butter

Macadamia Nut Butter

Macadamia Nut Butter

This nut butter is different, it’s creamier and smoother. The thing about this spread is that the texture changes at room temperature and when cooled in the refrigerator. From perfectly spreadable to silky smooth, this nut butter recipe is a must-try. To enhance the flavour, cocoa butter is added to this mixture and gives it a white chocolate flavour. Bonus points: this recipe is paleo.

Cashew Walnut Coconut Butter

Cashew Walnut Coconut Butter

Cashew Walnut Coconut Butter

The texture of this nut butter comes from the shredded coconut instead of  the crunchiness of the nuts. This spread is good on toast or toasted English muffins, on pancakes or oatmeal. This recipe combines toasted walnut and cashew with coconut flakes. This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, and paleo!

Cinnamon Roll Almond Butter

Cinnamon Roll Almond Butter

Cinnamon Roll Almond Butter

A twist on regular almond butter infused with cinnamon roll flavors. The best part about this recipe is that it only takes 10 minutes to make. Roasted almonds are better to use when making almond butter (instead of raw butter) and it is definitely worth it.

Maple Cinnamon Nut Butter

Maple Cinnamon Nut Butter

Maple Cinnamon Nut Butter

Using 3 kinds of nuts, this recipe takes the lead in nut butter. You will need roasted almonds, cashews, and peanuts. The richness of this combination is then intensified with maple syrup and cinnamon. This is definitely a healthy snack!

Salted Maple Pecan Butter

Salted Maple Pecan Butter

Salted Maple Pecan Butter

You can make this nut butter with raw pecans but they taste better and sweeter when toasted. Sweetened with maple syrup and vanilla, this recipe is definitely worth trying. The best part is that it can be ready in just five minutes.

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