Easy Peanut Butter

Peanut Butter is my ultimate weakness! Very high calorific value per gram, but so easy to consume in large volumes… Similar to many other high fat foods (and remember that fat has approximately twice the calories that carbs do), tastes wonderful, highly versatile and was the main reason the word “moreish” was invented πŸ˜‰ Enough […]

Peanut Butter is my ultimate weakness! Very high calorific value per gram, but so easy to consume in large volumes… Similar to many other high fat foods (and remember that fat has approximately twice the calories that carbs do), tastes wonderful, highly versatile and was the main reason the word “moreish” was invented πŸ˜‰

Enough of my waxing lyrical about Peanut Butter… I have started making my own. Not a huge calorie saver, but it is lower in sugar (albeit it’s marginal) and super easy to make. If you would like to try it out then this is the recipe I’m using.

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