This simple almond butter fudge requires very little work for lots of rich almond-flavored reward. Share it with friends and family — if you don’t finish the whole batch yourself first.For more great recipes like this one, visit Something Swanky.
“I love making homemade nut butters because they’re fast, easy, and inexpensive. This almond butter recipe has all the nutritional value of almonds, making it a healthy addition to your diet. Almond butter is a versatile staple in any kitchen – you can slather it on toast or pita bread, add it to smoothies, use it as a dip for fruit, stir it into the batter for baked goods, mix it into oatmeal… the possibilities are endless.”Recipe published with permission courtesy of Nuts.com. Orgininal recipe by Miryam Quinn Doblas, Registered Dietitian (RD). Miryam shares her passion for nutrition and healthy eating on her website, Eat Good 4 Life.
Recipe Courtesy of paleoishperez“Sometimes I get to share my food in person, which is the epitome of satisfaction, especially when fights break out over who gets the last bite. Family Breakfast Friday became a tradition at our little Crossfit box in Queens over the summer, when we all decided eating was probably the best activity after a hard workout. This past Family Breakfast Friday (Valentine's Day Edition), I brought to the box probably some of my favorite early morning treats: Almond Butter Banana Muffins. As my good friend and lifting partner, Mel, commented, "they're like a really really good old fashion banana muffin!" They really are! They're soft and spongy like real muffins, but they also have an added flavor of almonds and cocoa. They're not too sweet, not too indulgent. Perfect for a post-workout chat with friends. I hope you bring these to your group and maybe start a Family Breakfast Friday tradition of your own!”- Christine PerezChristine is a reformed clean eater and wellness promoter. She started Paleo-ish Perez after discovering that eating well and cooking should be accessible to everyone. When she’s not meal prepping, listening to music, writing, or eating, she can be found lifting heavy things and hanging with the best people at Crossfit Queens in Astoria, New York. Find more of her recipes at paleoishperez.com
A chocolatey take on popular almond butter, homemade chocolate almond butter spread is easy to make and a great alternative to chocolate hazelnut spread. Use this sweet nut butter on toast or use it as a filling for a chocolate pie. This recipe comes from Nut Butters by Mary Loudermilk.
Before you make this recipe, just know there are so many different ways that you can make this recipe so please get creative. Try hollowing out the bananas, then dip in chocolate and roll in bacon bits. Yum!This recipe is courtesy of CivilizedCavemanCooking.com
This easy cookie dough is rich and wonderfully flavorful. You can use it to make either simple hand-shaped round cookies, or roll it out and use cookie cutters or a small sharp knife to cut it into fun seasonal shapes.
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Recipe Courtesy of Clean Food Dirty City and California Almonds“These fries would be amazing with any dip but this spicy almond dip makes it extra special. The spicy chilis mixed with almonds blend into a surprisingly creamy dip that is packed with healthy fats and protein. It sounds fancy and complicated when you read the ingredients, but it really only takes about a minute of hands on time. Adjust the spices to your liking and dig in!”Lily Kunin