Maple roasted almond butter

I think this was my first time making almond butter and it is not going to be my last. I actually could have used just raw almonds straight on the food processor but I wanted to get more creative and make this maple roasted almond butter. It was just plain sensational.

Maple roasted almond butter | Eat Good 4 Life

There is not much as far as instructions is concerned when it comes to making your own nut butters. I have only made it with peanuts before but you can even use seeds if you like. Sunflower butter is another popular recipe so if you are allergic to nuts use seeds instead.

Also, depending on your food processor the nut butter make take a bit longer. Normally about 8-12 minutes. I have a very powerful food processor so mine was done in 8 minutes sharp.

I also like my nut butter on the chunky side but the more you let it be in the food processor the smoother it will get. Also, I only added 3 tbs of maple syrup when I roasted the almond but later, once the almond are in the food processor you can add more maple syrup if you like. I did!

Making your own nut butters is extremely easy. Again, if you would like to skip roasting the almond and skip that step all together just pulse the raw almonds.

To obtain the roasted almond butter recipe make sure you visit my friends at Nuts.com. You will be able to shop for any healthy ingredients you may need for your cooking and baking such as nuts, dried fruits, grains, flours and much more.

Enjoy!

Maple roasted almond butter | Eat Good 4 Life

This recipe is sponsored by Nuts.com The opinions and text are all mine. The end.

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29 comments

  1. I too don’t like super sweet cereals and steer well clear of them. These sound delicious and healthy! They’d make a great snack on their own too.

  2. These look just lovely! I have a habit of snacking on cereals that aren’t necessarily that healthy – would probably be a good idea to start replacing them with homemade :)

  3. This is so awesome!! I plan on refusing to let my kids eat sugary cereal and I’m totally loving how I can make my own!

  4. I would never ever think you could make one at home. This is great! I very rarely eat Nature’s Path and now Barbara’s Puffins for a treat. All others contain too much sugar and [email protected]

  5. How fun is this?! That peanut butter version has my name alllll over it. Love it!

  6. This is soooo cool! Sounds amazing! Store bought cereal has so much sugar and not nutritional. Yours sound healthy and tasty.

  7. I am lactose intolerant…do you have to add the Greek yogurt?

  8. Healthy cereal!! These are zoo cute!!

  9. Wow these are so cool! Such a creative idea!

  10. I made them!!!! they are awesome!!!!!

    I’m on a Low FODMAP diet so can’t have that quantity of nuts so for the vanilla I substituted 1/2 the almond for millet flour .. and in the choc I did 1/2 hazelnut and 1/2 buckwheat flour.

    Thank you for sharing!!!!!!!!

    xoxox

  11. Hi!

    These cereal puffs look so cute!
    May I substitute the chocolate protein powder with cacao powder?
    Thanks :)

  12. hi,
    i tried these but my puffs turned out dense and dried. no crunch, not even slightly crispy. what did i do wrong ? :/

    • Hi, they are not suppose to be crunchy because of the lack of sugar in them. As far as being dense and dried, they are suppose to be sort of dense because of the almond flour. Store bought kinds are air filled so they are less dense. Sorry they didn’t turn out as you hoped for. Thanks for stopping by.

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  14. Are they able to be frozen if so how long is the freezer life?

  15. Hi there, these look great – I have a very low boredom threshold – could you pipe them out into shapes…I wonder?

  16. Wow. I so have to try these. Was looking for a vegan version of sugar puff cereals :-) made my day 

  17. I tried to make these but they were way too hard, even soaked in milk.

  18. Cool! Can I make them with only a nut flour and without the rice and gluten-free flour? I would like to try to make it paleo. Can I substitute the rice flour and gluten-free flour with tapioca starch?

  19. I’ve made these in the past and they are yummy!! My kids loved them! Unfortunately one of my daughters can no longer have any sugars – even maple syrup- can you recommend a substitution so the dough still sticks together??
    Many thanks! 

  20. I enjoy how you stated your rules for store bought cereal for your kids containing less than 7g sugar and more than 5g fiber to highlight how “healthy” your recipe was. Then the nutritional info at the bottom of your recipe breaks both of those rules.

  21. For more crunch, just bake longer at a lower temperature.

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