Peanut Butter Food Processor


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Nostalgia PBM500 Professional Peanut Butter & Nut Butter Maker (3) by Nostalgiass

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The Nostalgia PBM500 Professional Peanut Butter Maker quickly makes fresh and natural, spreadable, ready-to-eat nut butters with ease. Simply fill the large hopper with your favorite type of nut and switch on the unit. The powerful motor and durable die cast auger work together to dispense flavorful nut butter in a matter of seconds. Use the oil dispenser to achieve the perfect nut butter consistency. Finish by adding sweeterners and spices, like honey, sugar and cinnamon, to customize your creation! Try with almonds, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, sunflower seeds and more.


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Making Peanut Butter in the 13 cup KitchenAid food processor (kfp 1333 model)

I finally got around to trying to make peanut butter in my KitchenAid food processor. I use unsalted, roasted peanuts.

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Includes medium slicing disc (4mm), shredding disc, and new stainless steel chopping blade. Also includes small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and recipe book. Extra-large feed tube holds whole fruits and vegetables; BPA-free and dishwasher-safe parts. Powerful enough to knead bread dough with ease; Easy to use and clean. Five-year full motor warranty, three-year limited entire unit warranty. The Cuisinart Pro Classic Food Processor makes all your favorites, from stir-fries and main course salads, to peanut butter and homemade bread. Accessories include a stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, chopping blade, small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and instructionrecipe book.

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Cuisinart DLC-10SY Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor, White by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Includes medium slicing disc (4mm), shredding disc, and new stainless steel chopping blade. Also includes small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and recipe book. Extra-large feed tube holds whole fruits and vegetables; BPA-free and dishwasher-safe parts. Powerful enough to knead bread dough with ease; Easy to use and clean. Five-year full motor warranty, three-year limited entire unit warranty. The Cuisinart Pro Classic Food Processor makes all your favorites, from stir-fries and main course salads, to peanut butter and homemade bread. Accessories include a stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, chopping blade, small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and instructionrecipe book.

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Why buy when DIY produces healthier, cheaper peanut butter? - The Times - nwitimes.com

And that means it's time to revisit that old lunchbox mainstay, the peanut butter sandwich. The star ingredient tends to come one of two ways — heavily processed or ultra-natural. The more processed peanut butters generally are pumped up with added fats (as if peanuts don't have enough. Meanwhile, natural peanut butters may shed the added ingredients, but they often make up for it with gains in price. Do-it-yourself peanut butter is not only healthier (you control what goes in it), it's also way cheaper. You start with the recipe's only required ingredient: peanuts, raw or toasted. I prefer using toasted peanuts. You can buy them toasted or get raw and toast them at home in the oven. Either way, you just pour the toasted peanuts into a processor or sturdy blender and let it rip until they're ground. First, the peanuts turn into a fine powder. If you keep going, they then turn into a smooth paste. Keep in mind that food processors and blenders tend to overheat if they're forced to run for a long period. That's why I prepare peanut butter in small batches, grinding only 1 1/2 cups of nuts at a time. I also like to add 1 tablespoon of a neutral oil. My preference is grapeseed, but sunflower or safflower also work. The oil makes it easier to grind the nuts, which keeps both the machine and the nut butter from becoming too hot. If you like your peanut butter chunky, start this recipe by pulsing about 1/3 cup of additional nuts in the processor. Once they're nicely chopped, dump them out of the processor and set them aside. When the rest of the nuts have been ground to a paste, transfer to a bowl and stir in the chopped nuts. You might add 1/4 teaspoon of fine salt in the beginning. Other options are vanilla extract or paste, honey, cinnamon or whatever suits your fancy. Just hold off on adding these until you're otherwise finished processing. Once you have the consistency you want, then mix in any flavorings. You don't have to limit yourself to peanuts. Almonds and cashews work great, too. And whichever nut you use, your homemade nut butter will keep in a sealed jar in the refrigerator for up to three months. HOMEMADE NUT BUTTERS. Toasted peanuts, almonds and cashews taste best. If you buy them raw, they are easy to toast at home. Spread the nuts on a rimmed baking sheet lined with kitchen parchment and bake on the oven's middle shelf at 350 F for 12 to 15 minutes, or until lightly browned and fragrant. For a lighter, smoother almond butter, look for blanched almonds, which lack the skin. Start to finish: 10 minutes. Makes about 1 cup. 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 cups raw or toasted peanuts or cashews. 1 tablespoon neutral vegetable oil, preferably grapeseed. 1/4 teaspoon fine salt (optional). In a food processor, combine the nuts, oil and salt, if using. Process until very smooth, scraping down the sides several times, 1 to 4 minutes. Transfer to a glass jar with a lid and chill until ready to use. The nut butters will keep for up to 3 months in the refrigerator. Nutrition information per serving (based on 8 servings) using peanuts: 180 calories. 140 calories from fat (78 percent of total calories). 15 g fat (2. 5 g saturated. 0 g trans fats). 0 mg cholesterol. 60 mg sodium. Nutrition information per serving (based on 8 servings) using cashews: 160 calories. 120 calories from fat (75 percent of total calories). 14 g fat (2. 5 g saturated. 0 g trans fats). 0 mg cholesterol. 65 mg sodium. Source: www.nwitimes.com

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  • Why buy when DIY produces healthier, cheaper peanut butter? - The Times

    07/15/15 ,via nwitimes.com

    First, the peanuts turn into a fine powder. If you keep going, they then turn into a smooth paste. Keep in mind that food processors and blenders tend to overheat if they're forced to run for a long period. That's why I prepare peanut butter in small

  • Why buy when DIY produces healthier, cheaper peanut butter?

    07/13/15 ,via Roanoke Times

    First, the peanuts turn into a fine powder. If you keep going, they then turn into a smooth paste. Keep in mind that food processors and blenders tend to overheat if they're forced to run for a long period. That's why I prepare peanut butter in small

  • Cookie Dough Hummus - Democrat and Chronicle

    To make the recipe, combine the following foods in a food processor and process until smooth: One 15-oz can of drained and rinsed cannellini beans; ¼ cup of smooth peanut butter; 1/3 cup pure maple syrup; and 2 teaspoons of vanilla. Place in a bowl and 

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Recipes

Books

  • The Peanut Butter & Co. Cookbook

    Quirk Books. 2015. ISBN: 1594740569,9781594740565. 112 pages.

    In 1998 Lee Zalben opened Peanut Butter & Co., a sandwich shop in Greenwich Village that served only peanut butter sandwiches. He never looked back. The Peanut Butter & Co. Cookbook is a collection of over 80 recipes, sprinkled with informative sidebars, trivia, quotes and more. Finally, the long-secret recipe for The Elvis-grilled peanut butter sandwich stuffed with bacon, bananas and honey-sees the light of day. Mmm.

  • The Wild Vegan Cookbook

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 2010. ISBN: 9781558325630,1558325638. 528 pages.

    A forager's culinary guide (in the field or in the supermarket) to preparing wild, natural foods, with 500 recipes. Our everyday environment is filled with delicious, organic, healthy sources of food. The Wild Vegan Cookbook will teach you how to take advantage, sustainably and safely, of the wild plants that thrive in local parks, woodlands, fields, and other open spaces, as well as the underuse natural foods increasingly available in markets. Foraging and natural-cooking expert and longtime vegan Steve Brill thoroughly explains how you can use nearly 150 wild American plants to create dishes that are good for you and taste great. More than 500 diverse recipes are organized by season and give non-foraging cooks excellent non-wild alternative ingredients. Brill has created a...

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  • Icebox Pies And Cakes End Summer Meals On Cool Note

    07/15/15 ,via Southwest Times Record

    Transfer the mixture to a food processor or blender and puree for about 1 minute ... Add the sweetened condensed milk and peanut butter and beat until well blended. Stir in the lemon juice and vanilla. Fold in the whipped cream. Pour into the graham ...

  • Homemade peanut butter is healthier, cheaper

    07/15/15 ,via Newburyport Daily News

    Keep in mind that food processors and blenders tend to overheat if they’re forced to run for a long period. That’s why I prepare peanut butter in small batches, grinding only 11/2 cups of nuts at a time. I also like to add 1 tablespoon of a neutral oil.

  • Asian broccoli and cauliflower salad with peanut dressing

    07/15/15 ,via Metro News

    Immediately rinse with cold water until no longer warm. Place in serving bowl. 2. In a small food processor, purée peanut butter, soy sauce, vinegar, honey, ginger, hot sauce, water and salt. Pour over vegetables. Garnish with sesame seeds and nuts.

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How to make Peanut Butter - Green Thickies: Filling Green ...

How to make Peanut Butter with a blender or a food processor Continuing with my mission to make everything from scratch I knew Peanut Butter would have to make an ...

Food Processor Peanut Butter Recipe - Food.com

I love to make my own peanut butter. I seem to buy too maney at the peanut factory outlet in Williston Florida. Serving depends on how much you like on your sammy !

Homemade Peanut Butter Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network

Alton Brown's Homemade Peanut Butter recipe, made with roasted nuts, is an all-natural alternative to the store-bought kind, from Good Eats on Food Network.

Peanut Butter Banana “Ice Cream”
Peanut Butter Banana “Ice Cream”
OK, color me surprised. This "ice cream" is, essentially, just overripe banana with a few flavorings, and does a passable impression of actual ice cream. The mouth feel is just a bit different, but I was quite happy with a few scoops of this for dessert this evening. I'd seen the instructions for doing this online a few times, but had my doubts that it would work out as well as advertised. But, when I found myself with four more bananas whose peels had turned almost almost completely dark and soft to the touch, I was looking for something to do with them that wasn't just another variation on banana bread. That I've baked quick breads several times in the last few weeks helped prompt that decision. (Heck, I still have a half-dozen or so overripe bananas in the freezer, should the banana bread urge strike.) Nikon D7000 w/Nikkor 50mm ƒ/1.8 prime, 1/250s @ ƒ/4, ISO100. One SB-700 at 1/4 power, 50mm zoom, in octabox camera right and slightly behind the scene. Second SB-700,...
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Peanut Butter, Banana, and Chocolate Chip "Ice Cream"
Peanut Butter, Banana, and Chocolate Chip "Ice Cream"
from my blog, total noms. totalnoms.com
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Peanut Butter Mousse Cake
Peanut Butter Mousse Cake
I'm in a major peanut butter phase. I just can't get enough... This mousse set up really well, but I think I put the ganache on while it was still too warm because it seems to to damaged the mousse a little. Something to remember for next time. The base layer here is a kind of blondie cake made with grain coffee, which gives it a really interesting and nice flavor. I used an adapted version of the recipe from the Voluptuous Vegan cookbook. oven at 350 1/2 c ww pastry flour 1/ c unbleached all purpose or pastry flour 1/2 t baking powder 1/4 c dry sweetener (recipe calls for Sucanat, I used Florida Crystals) 1/2 c grain coffee (I used Teeccino Java) 1/ c oil (I used applesauce) 1/ c maple syrup 1/4 soy milk 2 t vanilla extract 2 T tahini 1 T peanut butter 1/2 t salt combine dry ingredients and mix combine wet ingredients and mix then put it all together in a springform pan and bake for (recipe says) 20 mins., it took more like 30 for me and I know my oven was at temp. for...
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Posted on December 17, 2014 by Enrique
Posted on December 17, 2014 by Enrique
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