Post subject: What to do with slightly burned almond butter
Posted: Tue Jan 07, 2014 11:08 am
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I needed some almond butter so I toasted some sliced almonds I had on hand to make butter. I got side tracked and they got very dark. Made the butter anyway because i needed it in something where the taste didn't come through much. Now I have all this slightly burned almond butter. Any idea what to use it for? I kinda want to toss it but I feel bad about it, almonds aren't that cheap here and I have a lot.
Put it in a sandwich with some of my slightly burned jam? Sorry, I'm not helpful, but I'm having a similar problem.
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Post subject: Re: What to do with slightly burned almond butter
Posted: Tue Jan 07, 2014 1:33 pm
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Can almond butter be incorporated with granola? I've never used almond butter before so I don't know anything about it. But sometimes I put coffee in my granola when I make it and coffee might pair with something a little burnt. Maybe granola bars with almond butter and coffee in them? Chocolate and dried cherries (a lot of dried fruits actually) should pair well too.
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