Can you believe we are in our THIRD week of Kids in the Kitchen?!
This week Colin and I spent some time making peanut butter while James was at school. (It’s not nearly as hard as it sounds!)
DIY: Peanut Butter
- Dry Roasted Peanuts You can buy the jar at the grocery store or from the bulk section, your choice!
- Honey optional, as much or as little as you want.
Get out your food processor.
Add peanuts (the more you put in, the more peanut butter you'll have).
NOTE: The peanuts will go through phases. At first they'll look like crumbs, but let it keep running. Then you'll start to see the oils from the peanuts, but don't push stop yet! Once it starts to come together, stop the food processor, add some honey, then continue mixing until it looks like peanut butter.
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It’s such a cool science experiment!!
Will you make peanut butter with your kids?