The variety of nuts and seeds makes this healthy alternative to peanut butter full of extra nutrients like calcium, folate, B vitamins, vitamin E, magnesium, and iron.
Roasting the nuts and seeds before blending them really brings out all of the flavours.
This recipe has rice malt syrup or honey as an optional ingredient so I skipped it and I honestly don’t think it needed the sweetener.
It can also be made nut free if you double the amount of seeds and omit the nuts.
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