Stuck in a peanut butter rut? Ditch the store-bought jars and go for one of these 23 Healthy and Creative Homemade Nut and Seed Butters instead. I can’t promise you won’t be going at them with a spoon though…
By now you should know that one of the foods I can’t live without is nut and seed butters. I have AT LEAST 4 different varieties on hand at all times. I love them for their healthy fats, satiating quality and most importantly, their deliciousness! Plus they’re super easy to make…so long as you have a food processor.
Cue Davs lecturing you over why you need a food processor.
I kid. I’ll spare you that talk for another post, but if you’re interested in making homemade nut/seed butters I highly recommend you purchase a food processor or high-powered blender. Best. Investment. Ever.
Admittedly, I can get in a bit of a nut butter rut. I’m a sucker for almond and peanut butter, but there are so many other amazing nuts and seeds out there that deserve a little loving. So for my own research and hopefully for yours as well, I’ve rounded up 23 HEALTHY and CREATIVE Homemade Nut and Seed Butters to keep you nut and seed happy till infinity! (or realistically 1 month in my house).
*click the links or the pictures to take you to recipes!
Almond Joy Butter from The Healthy Maven
Chocolate Vanilla Swirl Cashew Butter from Fit Foodie Finds
Cinnamon Maple Pecan Butter from Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes
Cinnamon Vanilla Coconut Peanut Butter from Eating Bird Food
Gingerbread Nut Butter from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
Homemade Chocolate Hazelnut Butter from Texanerin Baking
Homemade Tahini Paste from Apples and Sparkle
Vanilla Sea Salt Almond Butter from The Healthy Maven
Cashew Butter from The Healthy Maven
Macadamia and Vanilla Bean Butter from Chew Town
Maple Cinnamon Sunbutter from The Healthy Maven
Maple Sea Salt Pistachio Butter from Fit Foodie Finds
Marcona Almond Butter from Spabettie
Mocha Hazelnut Butter from The Healthy Maven
Spicy Chocolate Walnut Butter from Running to the Kitchen
Spicy Walnut Butter from The Healthy Maven
Sprouted Pumpkin Seed Butter from Just As Delish
Snickerdoodle Almond Butter from Hungry Healthy Girl
Sunflower Seed Peanut Butter from Averie Cooks
Vanilla Hazelnut Butter from Gather and Dine
Vanilla Maple Almond Sunbutter from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen
Whipped Almond Butter with Protein, Chocolate and Coconut from Food Faith Fitness
White Chocolate Hazelnut Butter (Love Butter) from Healthful Pursuit
BONUS! Tasty Yummies did an amazing tutorial that teaches you how to make basic homemade nut butters with every single nut. I highly recommend reading it.
There you have it! I hope you feel inspired to whip up your own homemade nut and seed butters and I can’t wait to hear which ones you create.
What’s your favorite nut/seed butter? Any recipes you love? Share them in the comments so everyone can enjoy!
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CynthiaSeptember 8, 2021 at 2:49 am
Thank you so much for your recipes!!!
I love nut butters, specially almond butter eat too much 😋
Maybe one day try doing it at home 🏡
HelenMarch 30, 2020 at 1:59 pm
These look so good and easy! My family love nuts butter so I always make it at home with my food processor
Lara FarnandezSeptember 30, 2018 at 11:28 am
I am pretty much to your excellent recipe. Really that is a delicious recipe. I have learned a new recipe from this blog, as early as possible I will try to make it in my home for my child. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.
Gloria DiazJuly 3, 2018 at 10:55 am
It’s delicious! Hope you enjoy!
Alison @ Daily Moves and GroovesApril 9, 2015 at 11:19 pm
I am currently out of all nut and seed butters in my dorm, so this post is making me drool TO THE MAX.
Davida KugelmassApril 12, 2015 at 9:43 am
NO. THIS IS COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE! Do I need to make my way to boston with a crate full of nut butter?!
Cassie @ Almost Getting it TogetherApril 9, 2015 at 10:22 am
Before we were friends/I was your fan girl I tried making your pistachio butter. I definitely did not let it blend long enough. It sat in a jar, pretty crumbly in my dad’s fridge, for probably a year before I finally threw it away haha.