I've been making this peanut butter for years and have never had that happen and have never had my oil separate like in the store-bought kinds! If you run out of ideas on what to do with your homemade peanut butter, try these no-bake peanut butter cookies.
Author: Margaret's Dish
Dry Roasted, Unsalted Peanuts
Measure the Dry Roasted, Unsalted Peanuts (3 cups).
Add your peanuts to your food processor.
Process on high for one minute and you will have a fine peanut flour.
Add Sea Salt (1 pinch). Continue to process. After two minutes, you will notice the peanut flour is starting to stick together. Keep processing.
If your peanuts are climbing up the sides too much, and the blades are unable to reach them, scrape down the sides of the processor before continuing.
The peanuts will begin to clump into one mass after 4 minutes, and a thin layer of peanut butter will begin to form on the bottom. Keep processing.
Getting there! At around 6-7 minutes the peanuts will look like they are thinking about changing into peanut butter. Keep processing.
At around 8 minutes, you will notice a small ball of peanuts rolling around the base of your processor.
Viola! Homemade peanut butter. Check if it needs more salt.
I stored mine in a old peanut butter jar that I washed. Enjoy!
You can tell if it's gone bad by a rancid smell.
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