Cashew Butter Recipe – homemade cashew butter is super easy, delicious and grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. Use this amazing cashew butter is all your favorite recipes! Similar to Cashew Cream recipe, but a different technique.
I love all the recipes using cashews. And what a wonderful option to have! Cashew butter has a neutral taste, as does cashew cream. Cashews made with cream cheese are an amazingly wonderful surprise! The non-gluten-free folks that I know love the stuff!
Cashew Butter Recipe:
What You Will Love:
- You control the ingredients (avoid unwanted additives and oils from store-bought brands)
- Fresh delicious taste
If you like cashews, you’ll love this Honey Roasted Cashews recipe!
How To Make Cashew Butter:
You will need raw, unsalted cashews. I used cashew pieces that I got at Trader Joe’s.
Below are photos going left to right showing the different stages your cashews will go through to get to the end result – Cashew Butter. I used a small food processor for this recipe. From start to finish, it took about 5 minutes of blending time to achieve creamy cashew butter.
Just blend until you get the consistency you desire.
Roasted Cashew Butter Recipe: Use roasted cashew nuts instead of raw nuts and use the same technique. It will yield a delicious cashew nut butter as well.
Related: How To Make Almond Butter
Related: Vegan Cream Cheese Recipe
Can Cashew Butter Go Bad? All nuts can go bad. Store in the refrigerator and a batch should last 3-4 months.
How Do I Make Cashew Butter In My Vitamix? Use the same method as with a food processor shown in the description above.
Where to Use Paleo Cashew Butter:
- On a slice of apple as a snack
- In favorite recipes that call for nut butter.
- In smoothies to thicken
Have you made cashew butter? What are your favorite uses?
Cashew Butter Recipe - homemade cashew butter is super easy, delicious and grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. Use this amazing cashew butter is all your favorite recipes!
- 2 cups raw cashews
Place cashew pieces in a blender (would probably work in a food processor, however, I have not tried that).
Blend for about 5 minutes total (will depend on your machine) until your nuts become creamy (to the consistency you desire). There are stages to this process and every few minutes it is best to turn off the machine and using a spatula scrape down the nuts and break up clumps.
Easy to Pin It Strip: