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Seeded Snacking Nut Butter

Simple, high protein snack idea to keep on hand for when you need something in a hurry.

Equipment

No Equipment Needed

Difficulty

Very Easy


Picture of the seeded nut butter smeared on a cracker.

Packed with nutrients, high protein, and bursting with flavor, this nut butter is a snack-time hero. Since it can be made as little salty or as little sweet as wanted you can really customize it into a nice, healthy twist on standard nut butter.

I like to keep this on hand for when I want something crunchy, a little sweet, and a little salty.

We inherently don't keep store-bought snacks in the house because when we buy them we eat them! But this is so easy to put together and keep in a jar for those moments you just need a little something.


Slather it on toast, dunk apple slices, or just grab a spoon and go to town. It is also so easy to make this in bulk if you prefer.


Substitutions?

I'm allergic to nuts! No problem, you can use sunflower butter instead!


Note about using maple syrup: You should store it in the fridge if you use maple syrup because it may eventually start to mold.



Picture of the ingredients for the seeded nut butter.

Gather ingredients. The particular mix of seeds doesn't much matter. The mouthfeel of the crunch is definitely better if you use at least three different varieties, but otherwise go crazy!



Picture of the seeds added to the nut butter.

Add your seeds to the nut butter and mix thoroughly.



Picture of the seeds and nut butter blended together.

If it is too thick you can add 2 to 3 tsp of neutral flavored or peanut oil. Then you can add 2 to 3 tsp of sweetener to taste.



Picture of the snacking nut butter on a cracker.

Enjoy!


How can I serve this?

This is really just a way to give nut butter some pizzazz, otherwise it's used the same way.

  • on toast

  • on bread

  • on crackers

  • tucked into celery

  • with apple slices

  • etc!


Storage.

Put it into a jar (such as an old peanut butter jar) and store it in your pantry. It will be good for 1-2 months. If you used maple syrup you will either need to be sure you use it quickly or it should be stored in the fridge, as it may start to mold eventually.

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