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Thermomix Almond Butter

Thermomix Almond Butter - Fail proof tips for the perfect Thermomix Almond Butter, made with only Almonds and nothing else and ready in less than 5 minutes. This Thermomix Almond Butter is tastier and more nutritional than anything out of a jar.
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Fail proof tips for the perfect Thermomix Almond Butter, made with only Almonds and nothing else and ready in less than 10 minutes.  This Thermomix Almond Butter is far tastier and more nutritional than anything out of a jar.

I make a batch of Almond butter at least once a week.  I could go far as to say I’m slightly addicted to it.  One of my favourite food bloggers Deliciously Ella got me into it about a year ago and I haven’t stopped making it since.

Almonds are expensive but they’re one of those luxuries that are totally worth it as they’re brimming with nutritional benefits.

The trick I have found to make the best Thermomix Almond Butter is to use at least  500g of Almonds, otherwise you spend forever scraping down the bowl.  A bag of these can be bought at both Coles and Woolworths and are often in the sale.  I find the fresher the almonds the better and another tip I’ve learned is to make sure the bowl is completely dry.

As the blades spin the almonds are ground down finely and start to release their natural oils, making butter.  The Thermomix bowl also starts to heat up which makes it all the more tempting to eat the mixture before storing it.  This method could take ages in a normal blender but is super quick in the Thermomix.

My favourite ways to have Almond Butter is with porridge, in smoothies, baking, on toast with sliced banana, or on its own, straight out of the jar.  It can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to a week.

Want some variation – try my Almond Butter with Coconut and Cacao.

Thermomix Almond Butter

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Serves: 1 jar

Ingredients

  • 500g Fresh Almonds, straight from the packet if possible

Instructions

1

Empty the Almonds into the Thermomix bowl and grind for 2 mins/speed 9.

2

Open the lid, scrape down the bowl and mix again for 2-5 mins/speed 5.

3

Sometimes the timing varies depending on the freshness of the Almonds. If it doesn't resemble butter just yet, mix again on speed 5 and scrape down the bowl if necessary.

4

I store mine in an airtight jar in the fridge for a week.

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