Almond butter is a sticky, thick sauce that you can use as the base for foods like a dipping sauce, salad dressing, granola bars, or on top of toast.
It’s a versatile sauce that you can use in most dishes where you would use peanut butter.
Almond butter is smooth, but has substance to it. It has a grainy taste that goes well with fruit, salads, and meat dishes.
Almond Butter Satay Sauce
Almond butter satay sauce can be used to dip your favorite chicken or beef into. You can also use almond butter satay sauce for a buddha bowl, in a wrap, or over noddles.
Apples with Almond Butter
Almond butter has more of a liquid consistency, therefore it’s better to dip sliced apples into almond butter for a snack. If you try to smear almond butter on the apple, it’s likely to fall off due to it’s makeup. Stick to a dipping almond butter.
Balsamic Almond Butter Dressing
Balsamic almond butter dressing is a tangy, vegan salad dressing. It can be served used over an apple walnut salad, kale salad, or over Brussel sprouts. Balsamic almond butter would go well over a simple green salad as well.
Celery with Almond Butter
Celery can be dipped into almond butter for a crunchy textured snack. Celery has a circular center, which will hold almond butter nicely in the center of it. You can also add raisins or chocolate chips to it for even more flavor.
Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Almond butter chocolate chip cookies only have 5 ingredients, and are made without flour or butter. Almond butter acts as the base for the cookies to combine the dough together. Almond butter gives the cookies a hint of nut flavor, and go well with the chocolate to make for a delicious cookie!
Toast with Almond Butter and Sliced Bananas
Almond butter goes well topped on toast. Add a few sliced bananas and a drizzle of honey to finish off this satisfying snack or quick breakfast.
Almond Butter Banana Oatmeal
Almond butter banana oatmeal is made with granola, walnuts, maple syrup, and cinnamon. It’s a filling breakfast in the morning with a touch of nuts and a hint of cinnamon flavor. Oatmeal is fairly plain on its own, so adding almond butter and bananas makes oatmeal much more enjoyable and flavorful.
Bananas with Almond Butter
Bananas can be dipped into almond butter to coat them in a delicious almond flavor. Since almond butter has protein in it, it’s a more filling snack than just having a banana as a snack.
To make this breaded cauliflower, the cauliflower is dipped in eggs, and then breaded with bread crumbs and flour. The cauliflower is baked and then served with an almond butter sauce. The sauce is made with ginger, rice vinegar, red pepper flakes and almond butter which gives the sauce an acidic, and spicy flavor to it.
Toast with Almond Butter and Honey
Almond butter can be used to put on toast. Honey can be drizzled on top of the almond butter to give it more of a sweet flavor, instead of a neutral taste of just almond butter.
Berry Almond Butter Smoothie
Berry almond butter smoothie is made by combining frozen fruit, water, spinach. hemp seeds, a banana and almond butter in a blender. The banana thickens the smoothie, while the spinach and almond butter add the protein to the smoothie making it quite filling.
Crackers with Almond Butter
Almond butter can be spooned onto crackers for a crispy snack. For a but more flavor, top it with nuts or raisins.
Almond Butter Granola Bars
Almond butter granola bars are the perfect breakfast food or snack to make at home. Almond butter and honey act as the “glue” to stick all of the ingredients together to make the granola bar. The almond butter granola bar has nuts, rolled oats, and a hint of cocoa powder in them for a chocolatey granola bar to enjoy.
Strawberries with Almond Butter
Strawberries have a sweet flavor, and combined with neutral almond butter makes this snack and delicious flavor combination. Dip strawberries into almond butter for a fast snack on the go.