Homemade Sugar Free Peanut Butter

For type 2 diabetics, eating well is not always easy. You keep finding sugar in almost everything.... Often even in huge amounts. Peanut butter from the store often contains 8-12 grams of sugar per 100 grams. If you don't want to have unnecessary plastic at home and want to make peanut butter the way it is best for you, then this shouldn't really be a challenge in terms of managing sugar content. It's very easy and can be done in less than 20 minutes (well *lol aside from the fact that shelling fresh peanuts takes quite some time!) What do you need? - 400 grams of fresh peanuts (unsalted) - A little honey or peanut oil - Some time to shell the peanuts. I did it while watching TV, there was an awesome documentary about a sunken barge on NDR, so everything was great. - A blender A small tip at the end! The quality of the peanuts is important for the taste of the peanut butter. I like to buy something a little more expensive but they are really good.

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