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Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

February/March 2005, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008), The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Sweet satisfaction in seconds.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Altough this recipe looks good, it doesn't provide info about sugar content. I know you can look at packaging but it would be nice to give an estimate "
Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites Recipe

11 Reviews for Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

07/30/2010
Anonymous

Tree nut and peanut allergies in my house. No fitting substitute. Chocolate and fruit maybe.

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05/17/2010
Anonymous

Nut butters can almost always be easily made in your food processor or blender, just like hummus. For pistachio butter, throw a few handfuls of raw pistachios in and press "go" or "on" or "puree"...whatever gets it grinding at a moderate-to-high speed. Not smooth enough? Add a tiny bit of olive or canola oil (and hit "go" again). You might also want to throw in a bit of salt, as most--even "all natural" and "organic"--nut butters are salted.

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04/19/2010
Anonymous

A variety of nut butters should be available right with the usual peanut butter at your local grocery store. High-end stores will have a bigger variety. Some "fruit stands-turned-stores" have a bigger selection yet.

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04/18/2010
Anonymous

Where on earth do you get pistachio butter? Never heard of it but I love pistachios so wouldn't mind trying it. I eat cashew, almond and peanut butters already.

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jamesable12 wrote 3 years 8 weeks ago

Follow the advice from the bottom of the 1st page of comments & proceed. It's just like making your own peanut butter, but you can control what goes & what doesn't. Best of both worlds, as it were.

04/18/2010
Anonymous

And do we make the 'nut' butter ... or buy it? (How and where?)

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