Make

Tip

You'll need a great blender/food processor.

Almond Butter

goop

High in protein, almond butter is easy to make. Serve with fruits, veggies or rice crackers or add to a smoothie for a great pre or post workout snack.

makes 3/4 of a cup

1 cup almonds

pinch of salt

1. Place almonds and pinch of salt in a food processor and turn on low. Almonds will turn from solid, to course

meal, to small, lumpy balls. Keep processing until the oils break down and almonds transform into a smooth,

creamy butter.

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