Learn how to make homemade almond butter with vanilla, honey, and sea salt, or however you want to customize it. Packed with fiber, protein, and good-for-you fats, it’s ridiculously smooth and perfect on just about anything. Way better than the store bought version!
Transfer to your food processor and process for 10-15 minutes, scraping down the sides as necessary. At this point the almonds should start to clump together. Continue to process until you reach the desired consistency. I always process until my almond butter is liquid like.
If desired add salt, vanilla bean seeds, and honey and process again for another minute. If not smooth or it gets clumpy, add in 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and process again!
Transfer to tupperware or mason jar and store at room temperature or in fridge. If you store at room temp, simply give the almond butter a stir before you use it.
You can use raw almonds, although it may take a bit longer to make the almond butter. Feel free to alter flavors however you'd like.