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Healthy nut butters are becoming seemingly popular because they are delicious, full of nutrients and can be used in so many different ways. I make all sorts of nut and seed butters (pictured on my Instagram page) For this recipe I will share my Brazil nut butter.

Nutritional facts about Brazil nuts: 

  • Full of selenium (immune system, thyroid, antioxidant, helps sleep & stress, blood flow) 
  • High in unsaturated fat and omega-6 fatty acid (lowers bad cholesterol, fights against heart disease) 
  • It’s a complete protein / full of essential amino acids (fights chronic illness, helps with muscle and tissue repair, and helps with premature aging!)
  • High in copper, magnesium, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, iron, manganese, vitamin E, B complex (overall body energy, immune, nerves, heart, skin protection, mental health) 


  • Raw & cleaned Brazil nuts 
  • Pink Himalayan salt 
  • Coconut oil / coconut butter 
  • Maple syrup / cinnamon (optional for those with a sweet tooth) 
  • Food processor 
  • Spatula 
  • Tight glass Jar

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  1. Heat your oven to 200° C.
  2. On a baking tray lay out the Brazil nuts and bake for 6 minutes. 
  3. (You can skip the baking process for the butter to be raw but the roasted taste is very nice). 
  4. Add the nuts into a food processor with the coconut oil and salt (and the optional items) and blend for 6-8 minutes stopping every minute to stir around with your spatula.
  5. You can blend it more if you like it creamier and less if you like it crunchier. 
  6. Transfer the butter into a glass jar and store either in the fridge or at room temperate (it will keep for several weeks).

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That’s all friends 



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