I’ve been making nut butters for a long time now , whilst my favourite is a combination of anything with Cashews a lot of people have requested a plain almond butter, and then find they have issues with it.
Almond butter is a bit trickier as its one of the least oily nuts. However it does work but it takes a little longer. Its very simple really, it just takes a little more patience and time.
Today I made Almond butter, with no oil just 500g of almonds with skin on, not roasted , not activated just natural almonds tossed from the pack into the CC bowl.
I made – Almond Butter Biscuits – yes a new recipe for the Cuisine Companion although I am sure you can adjust for other food processors. This is a easy , quick YUMMY recipe , I have to say I really had to restrain myself from eating more but surprisingly they were actually filling !
Best of all they are flour, dairy and processed sugar free ! for those of you that can’t partake in these ingredients.
500g Natural Almonds
Add almonds into the Cuisine Companion bowl with the kneading blade inserted and blitz on speed 12 for 5 minutes, scrape down bowl and allow to cool for a minute or two, repeat
Then blitz speed 11 for 5 minutes and scrape down bowl and allow to cool for a minute or two and repeat.
Check through the last 5 minutes as it may be done around the last 2-3 minutes.
Allow to cool and scrape into sterilised jars
Almond Butter Biscuits
95g rolled oats (traditional not quick)
150g almond butter
60g maple syrup
75g chocolate chips
pinch of salt
pinch of bicarb of soda
Oven on 175 FF
Into the CC bowl with the kneading blade add in oats and blitz 20 second on speed 12
Add in the rest of the ingredients
Mix on speed 3 for 30 seconds
Roll into balls and place on two trays with baking paper, using a fork dipped lightly in water, press down to flatten slightly on trays
Bake for 10-12 minutes turning trays half way
Cool on trays.
For an extra indulgent treat dip half into raw chocolate, and allow to harden….