Vanilla Espresso Almond Butter

Yields1 Serving

I am so excited about this recipe! It combines two of my favorite foods: coffee and nut butter. It is both crunchy, creamy and tastes amazing.
 2 tbsp Coffee Beans (I used Boyer's Mashup Coffee Beans)
 2 tbsp Coconut Oil
 1 cup Raw Whole Almonds
 1 tsp Pure Vanilla Extract
 Pinch of Sea Salt
The coffee beans you use matter! You do not want to use one that produce a super bitter taste, it will not work as well with the nut butter vibe. I love Boyer's Mashup coffee beans because the flavor profiles are crafted to perfection. Great for drinking and cooking.

1

Grind up 2 tablespoons of coffee beans in your food processor. Let it go for about 1 minute. I like them a little chunky, but keep it going until your desired consistency.

2

Add in almonds, vanilla, 1 tbsp of coconut oil and salt. Let it mix for a few minutes.

You may have to stop it and mix it around a little. Add the second tbsp of coconut oil when it is about halfway to your desired consistency. .

3

Keep letting it mix in the processor for as long as it takes to get it to a creamy (dreamy) texture. It took about 5-6 minutes for me, but it will vary depending on the food processor you use.

ENJOY ON EVERYTHING!

Ingredients

I am so excited about this recipe! It combines two of my favorite foods: coffee and nut butter. It is both crunchy, creamy and tastes amazing.
 2 tbsp Coffee Beans (I used Boyer's Mashup Coffee Beans)
 2 tbsp Coconut Oil
 1 cup Raw Whole Almonds
 1 tsp Pure Vanilla Extract
 Pinch of Sea Salt
The coffee beans you use matter! You do not want to use one that produce a super bitter taste, it will not work as well with the nut butter vibe. I love Boyer's Mashup coffee beans because the flavor profiles are crafted to perfection. Great for drinking and cooking.

Directions

1

Grind up 2 tablespoons of coffee beans in your food processor. Let it go for about 1 minute. I like them a little chunky, but keep it going until your desired consistency.

2

Add in almonds, vanilla, 1 tbsp of coconut oil and salt. Let it mix for a few minutes.

You may have to stop it and mix it around a little. Add the second tbsp of coconut oil when it is about halfway to your desired consistency. .

3

Keep letting it mix in the processor for as long as it takes to get it to a creamy (dreamy) texture. It took about 5-6 minutes for me, but it will vary depending on the food processor you use.

ENJOY ON EVERYTHING!

Vanilla Espresso Almond Butter

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