Une riche tartinade faite d'amandes crues, rôties ou salées, qui peut aussi servir de trempette pour les fruits.
- 4 tasses (550 g) d'amandes grillées non salées
- ¼ tasse (60 ml) d'huile de canola
- Mettre tous les ingrédients dans le récipient Vitamix dans l'ordre indiqué, puis verrouiller le couvercle.
- Sélectionner la Variable 1.
- Démarrer l'appareil et augmenter graduellement la vitesse jusqu'à la Variable 10, puis passer à la vitesse élevée.
- Utiliser le pilon pour pousser les ingrédients dans les lames.
- En 1 minute, vous entendrez un bruit aigu de ronflement. Une fois que le beurre commence à couler librement à travers les lames, le bruit du moteur changera et deviendra bas et forçant. Arrêter l'appareil.
- Ranger dans un contenant hermétique. Peut également être congelé pour une conservation plus longue.
|Taille des portions||30 g (2 cuillères à soupe)|
|Quantité par portion|
|Matière grasse totale||18 g|
|Gras saturés||1,5 g|
|Total des glucides||7 g|
|Fibres alimentaires||4 g|
Almond Butter is rated out of 5 by 44.
Rated 3 out of 5 by veronica28 from Sixty seconds to Almond Butter! I’ve only had my Ascent 3500i for a few days so no expert here. I took the plunge to make this after reading many reviews from broken machines to perfect almond butter. I didn’t use the oil, set the machine to 10 for 1 minute and I definitely had almond butter at the end. I thought it was slightly too stiff so added a tblspn of coconut oil and blended again for about 20 seconds to give a lovely creamy texture. Tasty too. The ONLY downside was the cleaning. I added some coconut milk, maple syrup, chocolate powder and ice and made a nice drink. After a cleaning cycle there was still almond butter under the blades. I had to get a toothbrush to get that out.
Date published: 2019-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Active Mom from Thank you for the idea! I was reading an article on "How to choose the best almond butter" and at the bottom of that same article was a section on Homemade Almond Butter which had a link and led me to here. I decided to give it a try and was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to make and how delicious it tastes. I opted to make only half a batch in case it didn't turn out right. Therefore, I only used 2 cups of roasted almonds (I roasted myself). Initially I did not add any oil like some of the reviewers suggested. But it turned out a little dry. So, I decided to add 1 Tbsp of coconut oil instead of the 1/4 cup (or 1/8 cup since I was making half a batch) canola oil the above recipe calls for. It turned out creamy and delicious. Definitely will make again.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by GreenMachine from Didn't need the oil- so glad I made this! I was nervous about making my own almond butter, but it's so expensive to buy. I used two cups of almonds, that I toasted for 5-7 minutes. I then followed the directions and in about a minute I had almond butter. I didn't hear the loud noise people talk about. I just stopped when the consistency looked right. After I scooped out as much as I could, I added some frozen banana and a cup of water for a delicious smoothie and tasty clean up.
Date published: 2017-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Full Monty from So easy and Tasty!! I'm with Rosa - no oil needed. Might relate to the model. My new 5300 never chugged, so I probably blended it longer than I needed to. Another step I took from another site was, rather than scrape every bit I could, I left what didn't come out easily with a rubber spatula, added water, and made a quart of almond milk.
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rosa from Too many ingredients I make almond butter every week and you do not need the extra calories of canola oil. The VitaMix will make the most delicious almond butter with no oil whatsoever -- the nuts have enough oil on their own.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ketinmd from Low-profile machine owners read this The first time I tried this, all I got was a big mess. But then I read the recipe questions section of this post, and discovered that machines such as mine require AT LEAST SIX CUPS of almonds for this to work properly. I tried it again, and it worked beautifully.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hoho from Sound on the almonds Hello, thank you for the almond butter recipe. I shall use it But!....who in their right mind would Ever use Canola oil?...it is not fit for consumption.
Date published: 2017-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Guido from Almond Butter I used this recipe, substituting almond oil for canola. It was still very dry, so I added a bit of maple syrup. Now I'm addicted! I used my Vitamix I bought at the Boston Flower Shoe in about 1970, and it works perfectly despite using it almost every day!
Date published: 2016-04-04