Homemade chocolate peanut butter

I have never made my own peanut butter before but for sure this time will not be my last. It is so easy!!

homemade chocolate peanut butter

Homemade chocolate peanut butter is the best thing on earth. I have never made any nut butter before and for sure this is not going to be my last.

I made my homemade chocolate peanut butter with cocoa powder to add some antioxidants as well as some deeper rich darker color. It work perfectly but no so perfect when I attempted to add some melted chocolate to it. It become hard and no of a spreadable consistency so I skipped it on this batch.

I was super impressed at how easy it was to make peanut butter, but then again, I had an amazing piece of kitchen equipment to help me with the job. KitchenAid truly has the most amazing kitchen counter appliances and this 16-cup KitchenAid Food Processor is no different.

The power of this KitchenAid food processor is truly amazing. It literally took about 3 minutes to make this peanut butter, maybe a minute longer because I added the cocoa powder, but that is it. I also made some almond meal before making the peanut butter and that took about 10 seconds. This KitchenAid food processor is the bomb.

I picked a grey one to match my kitchen, since I leave it on my kitchen counter at all times. I use it quite a bit so there is not need to store it away. I am so glad my friends at KitchenAid were able to provide me with this elite food processor. Most definitely a huge upgrade from my previous one. The performance, quality and features are outstanding.

There is also an attachment box that comes with the food processor that accommodates all of the blades needed for you chopping, dicing, grating etc

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almond butterAlmond butter from eatgood4life.com

In the pictures above you can see almond meal. It took me 10 seconds to make it. I just used raw almonds with the skin attached.

Peanut butter from eatgood4life.comPeanut and chocolate peanut butter

Here you can see the peanut butter. The left picture is just the plain peanuts and the right picture is the peanuts and cocoa powder together. I attempted to add some dark melted chocolate to the mix but the peanut butter become quite hard so this time around I skipped it and I liked it much better.

Peanut butter in food processor from eatgood4life.comChocolate and peanut butter from eatgood4life.com

I keep my 16-cup KitchenAid food processor in my kitchen counter at all times. I use so much that there is not need to store it away. The consistency of this homemade peanut butter was just perfect. I can’t believe how easy it was to make.

homemade chocolate peanut butter

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by KitchenAid. This post contains affiliate links. KitchenAid provided me with their 16-cup KitchenAid food processor to write this review and all opinions are my own. I speak from personal experience. The end :-)

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Homemade chocolate peanut butter

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 10 servings

Total Time: 5-10 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb unsalted roasted peanuts
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 1/4 tsp Celtic salt

Directions:

Add the peanut to the food processor and pulse for about 2-3 minutes depending on your food processor. I used the 16-cup KitchenAid food processor and that is how long it took me.

Add the cocoa powder and pulse for another minute until well incorporated. Store in half pint glass containers in the refrigerator.

NOTE: This will keep in your refrigerator for at least 2 weeks!

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Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 10 servings.

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10 comments

  1. I love waffles. I will have to try these.

  2. I love making waffles at home and I try to use the soy and almond milk a lot.  Your version as usual looks amazing M.
    Hugs.

  3. Note to self: make a double batch of these this weekend and eat ALL WEEK LONG. They look so delicious!

  4. I love the deep pockets of those waffles. They look fantastic.

  5. Do you think I’ll be able to make them like pancakes as I don’t have a waffle maker? These look too good to pass up on!

  6. I was wondering, do you have a cookbook? I love your recipes. I would definitely buy it.

    • Oh thanks. Yes I do. It is coming out in about 3 wks, here is the link to pre-order it http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1634502213/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1634502213&linkCode=as2&tag=eago4li0c-20&linkId=BQHTRZUUQE2W5GGL

  7. HI Miryam  can i use regular milk? if yes is it same quantity.thanks

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