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I love coffee, I love tea

I love the java jive and it loves me!

And though you’ve probably already guessed it, you know what else we love?

Almond butter!

Now, when it comes to peanut butter, give it to us straight.  Don’t mess it up by adding anything else to it.  No sugar, no salt, no nothin’.  But Almond butter?  That’s a different story!  We love experimenting with almond butter!  It’s such a mild-tasting nut butter that it really lends itself to many different flavours.

So why not Caffe Latte almond butter?

Mhmm.  You heard that correctly.  Think of your favourite latte, in a smooth, creamy butter.  Sold yet?  A mixture of almond butter, coconut butter, and coffee.  Yummm.

And if you’re not a coconut fan, have no fear, because you actually don’t taste coconut at all!

So whip out that food processor and get jivin’, because one taste of this stuff, and you’ll never buy store-bought almond butter again!

You’ll be scraping the jar clean.

Caffe Latte Almond Butter

Prep Time: 20 min

Cook Time: 10 min

Makes: ~1.5 cups

Ingredients:

1.5 c. raw almonds

1/4 c. coconut butter

3 tbsp coffee granules

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tbsp milk of choice

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

1/2 tsp sea salt

Directions:

Roast almonds at 350C for 10 minutes. Allow to cool.

Put almonds in the food processor and grind until they’re smooth and drippy.  Add coconut butter, coffee, cinnamon and sea salt and blend until smooth.  Add milk and vanilla extract and blend until smooth.  If your butter is not smoothing out after 10-15 minutes, add 1/2 tsp coconut oil and blend until smooth.

Step 1:  Blend the almonds!

Step 2: Add the ingredients! 

Step 3: Blend Again! If at first it looks like this: 

Don’t worry! Keep blending, until it’s nice and drippy! 

Et Voila! Cafe Late Almond butter 🙂

~twosaucysisters

p.s. Huge congrats to Canada’s Rosie MacLennan on her trampoline Gold, to our bronze medal winners in the women’s track pursuit, to our amazing female heptathletes and to Cam Levins and Mohammed Ahmed in the 10 000m who ran amazingly well, and also congrats to all the other athletes who competed today! Proud to be a Canadian! 🙂

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About twosaucysisters

We are twin sisters who are on a mission to create delicious, healthy food to help others live healthier, happier lives!

7 responses »

  1. Pingback: 1 Year Recap: Recipe Round-Up | twosaucysisters

  2. This looks delicious — could I make this in my BlendTec Blender?

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  3. Mmmmm just add chocolate and this might be the perfect food 🙂 Your post brought back some great memories too 😉

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  4. you can bet your cute butts I am making this! love you girls

    Reply

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