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Homemade Peanut Butter Recipe with Calorie info | How to make Peanut Butter


Its so healthy, it has 24 grams of protein every 100 grams, and it is amazingly delicious. It is so damn easy to make at home that I am stunned that people who go to the supermarket to buy it, because it costs literally four times of what it does when you make it at home. Trust me it is very simple. Let me show you how it’s done. So for peanut butter you need roasted peanuts And you can see, I have a plate of freshly roasted peanuts here. Now you can only take unsalted roasted peanuts. They can either be with the skin or without the skin. It doesn’t matter if you have them with the skin on. Do not worry the skins, provide an excellent amount of fiber and flavor to your peanut butter. So don’t even bother taking them off. So the peanut butter that we are making here It is going to cost you only rupees 30 a jar that is 250 grams of peanut butter if you go to the supermarket to buy the same amount of peanut butter, it’s gonna cost you anywhere from rupees 100 to 200. So to make your peanut butter you need a juicer mixer and grinder and you need the dry grinding jar or blade. If you are not sure which one it is, it usually is the smallest one that comes with the pack. What grinding does is brings out the oils in those roasted peanuts. So essentially what we are doing is we are churning out the oils in these roasted peanuts And it’s gonna turn into a really smooth buttery paste, which one wants peanut butter yes, it is as simple as just grinding these peanuts with a little bit of seasoning and your peanut butter will be ready. Fill the Grinder up nicely with peanuts. Don’t be shy to fill it up because when you grind it,they are going to come down. lid on and now blitz Now as you notice it has started to turn into a powder Make sure that you do not run your mixer for a long time Continuously because that’s gonna ruin the engine especially when you are grinding dry stuff So just give it small bursts of ten to twenty seconds and your job will be done Opening the lid up as you can see now it is turn into a really nice powder of sorts It is essential to season your peanut butter because if you don’t put salt in it It’s just not gonna taste like peanut butter so let me get some salt out of there. Half a teaspoon of salt. Now you can choose not to put sugar in it. Totally depends on your preference. The ones that you buy from the store are laden with sugar And I just hate that. So what I do here is instead of sugar, I take some jaggery so this is a really nice alternative to brown sugar you can also use your regular powdered sugar and try not to use crystal sugar because it’s not going to be able to grind properly. So let me just take a knife and I’m gonna scrape off just some tiny bits of jaggery in. To bring out that really smooth Texture of peanut butter we are going to supplement the fats With a little bit of vegetable oil .You can choose not to put vegetable oil But I like to do it just to get that extra smooth texture out of my peanut butter so not much Half a teaspoon will do. Back with the lid and blitz So as you can see now it has started becoming a little more Smooth in texture, so just little wild more and your peanut butter will start taking shape. Just about 20 to 30 seconds of grinding and now you can see it’s become really nice and smooth. So You can leave it at this stage or grind it even further to get more creaminess and smoothness out of your peanut butter. Look at this beauty it is done. It’s smooth and It’s fresh. If you are like me and you like crunchy peanut butter what you can Do is take another handful of roasted peanuts just A little, throw them in and then cover and give just one or two pulses not more. That’s it. I’m going to take a nice little jar. Put my peanut butter in and stick it in the fridge. The grinder is really nice and warm. So as you can see right now. It’s kind of smooth sort of a very viscous Liquid texture. Now once you stick it in the fridge for 4 to 5 hours when you cool it down, It’s going to look exactly like store-bought peanut butter, but it’s gonna be Healthier because it’s got less oil and less sugar, and it’s just going to taste out of the world. So my cute little jar of peanut butter is ready coming to the macronutrients Per 100 grams of Peanut Butter, there is 589 ish calories, which has 24 grams of protein. This is a superfood but if you are cutting down weight, I Suggest you to cut down on peanut butter because it has so many calories just in 100 grams But if you are trying to gain muscle and bulk up Nothing better than peanut butter on your everyday breakfast toast. I am always open to suggestions comments and questions Please leave them down below if this video was helpful Hit the Like Button! And I upload new videos every week with recipes having Calorie and Macronutrient Information. So don’t forget to Subscribe! Thank you!

100 thoughts on “Homemade Peanut Butter Recipe with Calorie info | How to make Peanut Butter

  1. Thanks for the AMAZING response to this video. Here are the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions:
    1. Can ghee/coconut oil/ olive oil/ any refined oil be used? – YES! The peanuts themselves have a lot of oil – but the extra oil just helps make things more smooth. Ghee or coconut oil will solidify upon refrigeration, so you might have to microwave it a bit before consuming in case you add these.
    2. Shelf life – Stays good for 2-3 weeks in the fridge. if kept outside the fridge – lasts for a week or two in an airtight container – depending on the weather. (The peanut oils tend to go rancid easily)
    3. Peanut butter turned out powdery/lumpy – why? – Your peanuts were not roasted properly. They won't release their oils unless they're perfectly (and preferably freshly) roasted. Properly roasted peanuts smell similar to Popcorn, and the kernels turn yellowish brown.
    4. Why are you dancing /jumping so much – This was one of the first videos I shot for the channel, had little idea about camera presence and was trying to make the whole video energetic :D. Check out my newer videos – you'll see a huge improvement in presentation skills ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks again for the brilliant response. Subscribe for more detailed videos on cooking – and share it with your friends!!

  2. Try 5ml of roasted peanut oil in the grinder – it gives it even more depth of flavour and makes it easier to spread too!

  3. Bhai please add more easy chicken recipes โคโค i made that instant chicke recipie and it was awesome๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜ #love

  4. My 350W Miyako blender burnt while trying this for the first time. I didn't get courage to try it ever since ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

  5. It's really important to use as little oil or fat as possible because it affects the arteries. Check out this amazing clip about blood flow:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t7U_IJPXwqE
    Because of the fat in the arteries, the blood carries less oxygen and this is why fats are not good if someone wants to be active.

  6. Absolutely gorgeous stuff. I've been making this for years now. In fact since i was a teenager n now my sons are adults.
    The good quality no masala Jaggery gives it a mind-blowing flavour. I don't eat refined sugar as much as possible. I love the presentation too. Kudos.

  7. Salt or sugar really? How about just peanuts. I just use peanuts Or cashews. I use a masticator juicer that grinds nuts. but your system is better. Is there a way to just get the grinder?
    Or, Will any grinder work???

  8. I have Hypoglycemia [ Low Blood sugar ] and when my blood Glucose gets low between meals, I start to get tired, and cant concentrate, get anxiety, tend to over react emotionally. [ Not fun to be around ] But if I eat 2-3 Teaspoons,right out of the jar, it is like a Magickal elixir for me. and I feel much better to get things done until I cant stop for a meal.

    so I will definitely be trying this, Thanks you sir ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I tried making it but it is not getting thicc, it's staying in the powdery texture with a little oil sticked around it

  10. Hi…followed ur recipe for peanut butter. However my peanut butter turned out crumbly…not a smooth creamy mixture.
    What did I do wrong? What can I do to correct it?

  11. Thanks so much for this video, very helpful, grocery store peanut butter is expensive, I look forward to making homemade peanut butter

  12. Hi! This recipe is so simple, I am pregnant and I would like to know if this is a healthy food for me to snack on in the midnight ?

  13. you have nailed it in chemistry as well as in cooking ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
    your are my inspiration

  14. The oil does not come out of the peanut, its so dry. I'm grinding 10 minutes or more but still very dry. I had to add a lot of olive oil which I didn't want to do.

  15. Queries for/from noobs:
    1. How to roast peanuts? With skin or without? I mean the wood skin of the peanuts, not the red skin.
    2. Roast in Microwave or OTG? And duration?
    3. After roasting should peanuts be put in mixer immediately or let them rest for a while?
    4. Ratio of peanuts : jaggery?

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