13 Reviews

Hi Rita~, I tripled the recipe was done in about 2 minutes flat! Smooth as silk texture and a very creamy taste I used sunflower oil and sea salt. This peanut butter compares with anything you could buy in the store. Thanks for posting Rita~!

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oilpatchjo May 04, 2011

Very easy recipe with delicious and all natural results! I don't see me ever going back to commercial peanut butter again. Highly recommended.

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stingo May 31, 2010

Since peanut butter is so ridiculosly expensive here this is a must have recipe for me.I used 2 T sunflower oil and it wasn't store smooth,but I like it chunky anyway and I guess,DD will have to learn to eat her PB chunky as well. I used it to make peanut butter cookies and they tasted so peanuty.Thanks for another great recipe.

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littlemafia April 02, 2010

What a great easy recipe for peanut butter! It works like a charm and the finished product is so peanutty and yummy that I doubt we will ever buy another jar in the store. I used a little less peanuts, cause thats all I had in the house (150 g) and for the oil I used sesame oil, cause I didnt have peanut and its also rather nutty in taste. Cause I wanted to give away the butter to my dad, who likes his peanut butter a little sweeter, I added in 1/2 tbs sugar, which made for a nice addition. I can see this recipe used in many different ways experimenting with flavours and texture. THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this great recipe with us, ~Rita~! Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #21 April 2010.

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Lalaloula March 31, 2010

This turned out great, although the texture wasn't nearly as smooth as the kind at the store. I needed to add about 3 tbsp of oil just to get it to look like peanut butter, but eventually it worked. I also added some honey and it was delicious.

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AmandaMcG January 12, 2009

Delicious! I followed the recipe for chunky exactly, but I used my blender because a Christmas incident with gingerbread cookies left my food processor...immobilized. Anyway, the end result was superb - it tastes just like the expensive jars of natural/organic butters.

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emsiizilla January 04, 2008

Can't wait to try this with the oil added. How about other nuts like cashews or almonds? Has anyone tried this and what is the results? I am going to try it and will post the results.

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rosemere December 18, 2007

This was really good! And I can't believe how easy it was to make! I'll be doing this from now on instead of buying for sure :) Thanks for posting it.

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mommymem May 04, 2007

Making peanut butter is so easy! Taste is fresher. I couldn't find honey roasted peanut butter for a recipe so I bought some honey roasted dry peanuts and tried this. The food processor makes it effortless. I didnt add any salt and its perfect! Thanks for posting this recipe Rita.

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Calee April 12, 2007
Peanut Butter Homemade! Ducky! Creamy or Chunky?