Chocolate Roasted Salted Almond Butter

Send your family and friends a special Easter treat this year with my Homemade Chocolate Roasted Almond Butter. IT CAN NOT BE EASIER! Repeat after me- EASY PEASY! In this house we do not shy away from all things nuts. We love our almonds, peanuts and hazelnuts and who doesn’t love chocolate. Note: if you don’t like chocolate please don’t tell me. It would pierce my heart:)

With a love for nuts and chocolate the next natural step for me to do is make Chocolate Nut Butter. The reason I chose almonds is because they are the perfect and complete source of energy as well as nutrients. They are rich in Vitamin E and packed with vitamins. Plus- have you ever had a roasted salted almond- enough said. With a total of 3 Ingredients- YES 3 INGREDIENTS- anyone and everyone can easily make this at home.

The nut butter will last up to 3 months in the refrigerator (if you can hold off that long).  Although the cold temperature makes it more firm, it still remains spreadable straight from the refrigerator. Nice huh?

Homemade Chocolate Roasted Almond Butter

Ingredients

  1. 5 ounces of semi-sweet chocolate chips
  2. 16 ounces of roasted salted almonds
  3. 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon

Instructions

Place almonds in a food processor and process until buttery. It’ll take about ten minutes for you to reach the nut butter consistency but its worth every second of your time:) Now place chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Melt in the microwave in 30 second intervals until melted and smooth. Pour the melted chocolate in with the nut butter and pulse another minute or two until everything is combined. Add in the cinnamon and pulse again.
Store in airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 months!
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  1. 3 months?? Not a chance. :-)
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  2. The perfect gift!! I love this idea :)

  3. hi pretty lady! i can not wait to make this! i love how easy it is!

    xoxo

  4. Holy cow! This is better than nutella. This is beautiful. You are right this would be a lovely gift for friends and family.

    As always, thanks for sharing.

    Velva

    P.S. I wanted to let you know that I really do enjoy your blog. Your passion for all things “Food” is evident and I enjoy the journey.

    Happy Easter.
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  5. I’d no idea this would be so easy to make. Thank you so much! This will make a great gift.
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  6. This sounds perfect for the Thermomix.. and an excuse to make this recipe. Yummy.
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  7. Wow, that cinnamon addition is very clever, just upped the anti for sure.
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  8. that’s easy! maybe i can make some of this to give away! thanks so much for the idea…..and oh, i love chocolate :D
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  9. Because it has almonds, I will classify this as healthy! Yum!
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  10. Yum! I love this idea. It makes me want to get a bigger food processor if only I had the room.
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  11. Never heard of it but should try. I am visiting family this w-end, this would be a great gift!
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  12. No way, really!!! SUPER EASY!!! I’m IN!! I need to get roasted salted almonds – I may have it in my pantry too. Why you didn’t share it sooner!? ;)
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  13. Wow! Like always your food and presentation is so creative and beautiful! This would be the perfect, yummy gift!
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  14. Sounds really delicious … and with only 3 ingredients ? who would have thought it could be this easy! I am inspired to try this! Thanks for the recipe! :) Anna

  15. Did someone say Almond Butter? Love this. Oh I am so happy to see this recipe. i can’t wait to make it and put it on just about everything ;)
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  16. I love that you use the word Easy Peasy just like me. It’s yet another great thing that we have in common girl. Ok, I would so love to be cooking buddies. Let’s just say that we will definitely meet up one of these days? Let’s just put our intention out to the universe and know that it will work to make it happen! Maybe someday we will both be ons some cooking show together? Wouldn’t that be a hoot?
    I LOVE chocolate and I LOVE nuts, so this nut butter is a winner in my book! I’m going to try it out on the kids since they are huge Nutella fans. xoxo, Jackie
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  17. All you needed to say was chocolate roasted salted almond butter and I’m on my way to the market to make this!!
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  18. Oooh, boy….I have a feeling I’d be eating this almond butter straight from the jar!!! YUM!
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  19. Cue major drool. I definitely need this in my life!
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  20. This is calling my name!
    Mary x
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  21. Okay! How clever and easy is that! I love it and I know my kids would love it. :) I can see them spreading this on all sorts of goodies. Happy Easter Jessica!
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  22. Mmm….I’m all over this one, chocolate and almonds are so heavenly together!
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  23. 3 months in a fridge? I think this baby would be fortunate to survive a week in mine, especially as it ticks all the chocoholics boxes! :)
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  24. I’m sure your recipe is going to lead to my delinquency. :)
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  25. Who is not going to like this? I can have this on anything and by the spoonful!
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  26. I was reading a recipe of making peanut butter not so long ago but still haven’t got a chance to do it. This choc almond butter sounds even better! Such a nice gift to give for Easter! Have a wonderful Easter!
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  27. I could never stop eating, so this would definitely not last long in my fridge :) Happy Easter!!
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  28. I love almond butter – this looks great! I love that you made it yourself and that you added chocolate! Yum!
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  29. Nice – I often make almond butter, but I never tried adding chocolate in it before! Great idea… must have a try next time :).
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  30. This looks scrumptious and I would be worried about eating it straight from the jar…because I wouldn’t stop! My one question is, do you have to do the whole “canning process” thing to sterilize the jar and seal the lid for storage? Thanks Jessica!
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  31. Oh my goodness this looks amazing! I make almond butter all of the time but have never thought about adding chocolate! What an awesome idea!
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