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18 Blogs Featuring Directions for Making Your Own Nut/Seed Butters

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While peanut butter has long been a staple in pantries due to its smooth taste and punch of protein and healthy fats, not everyone is able to enjoy the popular nut butter. To still enjoy a version of nut butter without eating peanuts, more people are increasingly turning to alternative nut butters. In fact, many people are even going so far as to make their own homemade nut butters to spare the expense that typically comes with a jar of nut butter. If you suffer from nut allergies, need to avoid sending your child to school with anything containing peanuts or are just looking for a fun nut butter alternative, use these 18 blog entries as inspiration.

Peanut

Did you know that most commercially prepared peanut butters contain added sugar, salt and oil?  By making your own peanut butter you can avoid all of those unnecessary extra add-ins. Take a look at these six blog articles to learn how simple it is to make your own peanut butter.  Once you make your own you may never go back to store bought!

Other Nuts

For those who have a peanut allergy or who just want to try something different, try creating a nut butter using a different nut.  Hazelnut butter is a popular choice, especially when cocoa is added to create a chocolate hazelnut spread. To mix up a batch today look at these six blog posts for directions.

Nut-Free

If you are allergic to all nuts or are looking for a peanut butter substitute that you can send with your child to school, nut-free butters may be your solution. Some seed butters taste like peanut butter and have a similar consistency. These six blog entries will explain how to turn sunflower seeds into tasty sun butter and pumpkin seeds into pumpkin seed butter.

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