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How To Make Pecan Butter

How To Make Pecan Butter

I hope you’re finding the content on this blog helpful. I’ve had to move away from publishing regular recipes for now.  I’m so busy writing recipe books and live streaming on the internet that I’m struggling to find time to make recipes for the blog as well. I do hope you understand. I still put a good deal of time into writing articles for you and very much want them to be your guiding hand to make better food choices.

I fell so in love with my cashew nut butter (it’s hard not to eat half a jar of it straight off the spoon – ha) that I wanted to share some other nut butters with you. I’ve been using this one in various ways this year and figured it would be a good idea to let you have this recipe, before I share some of the recipes I use it in soon!

I find this much more appealing than almond butter, to be honest.

Pecans offer vitamin E, B1, B2, B3, B5 and folate. Also Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorous, Potassium, Copper, Selenium, and Zine. They’re also full of fibre, a source of protein and are an unsaturated fat.

So as you can see, they’re a pretty good choice. 😉

I happen to think they’re delicious and if you have yet to discover their yumminess, please do consider indulging in making this butter to slavver on a piece of fruit (nuts/fibre and good fat will slow down the absorption of the fructose in fruit), toast, or use in whatever dish you fancy using a sweet nut butter. There are so many choices!

How To Make Pecan Butter

Gather Your Goodies

500 g Pecans

1/4 Teaspoon Salt

2 Teaspoons Vanilla Powder

4 Dates

It’s Action Time!

Bend all your ingredients in a high speed blender (using the ?? tool) or in a high powered food processor. You may need to push the butter down the side of the bowl a few times, so just stop the machine to do that whenever necessary.

As with cashew nut butter, the nuts will break down, the mixture will appear dry and hard, then turn itself into a giant ball, then moisten – as the nut oils begin to release – until the mixture starts to resemble a creamy butter.

It really is delicious!

I hope you enjoy it.

Have you made the cashew nut butter yet? And if not, what’s stopping you?!

See you Sunday!

Pecan Butter

About the Author Sarah Jackson

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