Dry Roasted Honey Peanut Butter


Some people may be thinking, “who in their right mind would make their own peanut butter?!”. Yes, I know the that Skippy sure has a good thing going for themselves. I’m a huge fan…BUT let’s face it, everything tastes better when you have made it. Am I right?!

Another thing about homemade peanut butter is that it is just about the easiest thing to make in the entire world. Two ingredients here. Peanuts and honey. That’s it. One step: Blend in food processor. Seriously, a caveman could make this. My dad, the king of the grill and microwave could make this.

I MADE this! Made peanut butter, weird, yes, just do it. Making your own nut butter is so easy and totally worth it, so get off your booty and make some now!! Perfect on toast, with celery or apples, in cookies, in smoothies, on sandwiches, on a spoon, you name it!

Dry Roasted Honey Peanut Butter

16 oz. dry roasted peanuts (or any other type of peanut to make any type of peanut butter)

3 Tablespoons honey

  1. Blend peanuts and honey in food processor until very smooth and creamy. Store in an airtight container. Keep in fridge and enjoy!

Talk about an easy recipe!!

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4 thoughts on “Dry Roasted Honey Peanut Butter

  1. Casey! Your peanut butter looks delicious! I can seriously never go back to storebought after making my own. I will try to add honey next time for a little something different. :)

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