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    Quote Originally Posted by nh2489 View Post
    For those of you who make nut butters, which ones do you make for your children? Do you just blitz the nuts or do you need to add anything? I noticed online that for peanut butter someone was using salted peanuts but I wondered if there would be too much salt for a toddler. If I use plain peanuts will it taste ok or bit too bland? My ds1 loves peanut butter but is a super fussy eater so I need to make sure it's edible!
    I find its best of you can use roasted unsalted peanuts. You can then add salt/sugar to taste of needed. You can roast your own raw peanuts if you like but it's easy enough to find ready roasted (unsalted) ones at health food shops etc.

    Whilst it is possible to make but nut butter without adding oil, I often use a little (a tablespoon or 2, just enough to get the right texture). You do need to blitz/scrape down several times. From memory quirky cooking has a good Peanut butter recipe you could try following that?

    I also like making almond butter but avoid it because I tend to eat it too much. Lol. ABC butter is my fave (almonds, Brazils and cashews).

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