Cinnamon peanut butter spread
As I told you earlier I recently have an obsession for homemade spread. I shared with you two of my favorite chocolate breakfast spread : a sugar free nutella recipe made of hazelnuts and cocoa powder and a dark chocolate peanut butter made of peanuts and chocolate. This cinnamon peanut butter spread is the first chocolate-free spread recipe I am sharing. Don’t get me wrong – I LOVE chocolate – but someday I want something sweet, natural and different. That is how I came up with the idea of making a cinnamon peanut butter spread.
All you need to make this simple spread is 5 ingredients, no obviously a food processor if you are not making the peanut butter from scratch – which I recommend as it is delicious and take only 5 minutes !
- Unsalted peanut butter – you can buy a good quality peanut butter from the supermarket with no added salt or sugar but honnestly, if you have a food processor, make your own! It only take 5 minutes following my simple homemade peanut butter recipe.
- Dried raisins – this is my secret to the most delicious cinnamon peanut butter spread! the combo of cinnamon and raisins makes the spread taste like cinnamon roll
- Vanilla extract – not optional here it is SO delicious with the cinnamon
- Salt – optional but so recommended to balance the sweet flavor
- Maple syrup – for an extra sweetness, I am not using much so it won’t make a very sweet spread, don’t worry ! Just what is needed to make a delicious breakfast spread.
Watch the recipe video and make your own cinnamon peanut butter now
Cinnamon peanut butter spread is an healthy 5 ingredients homemade breakfast spread. 100% Vegan, gluten free, dairy free and clean eating approved.
In a large mixing bowl, combine the homemade unsalted peanut butter, dried raisins, melted coconut oil, ground cinnamon, salt and vanilla. Don't use the food processor or the raisins will be broken into pieces.
Stir to combine all the ingredients together until smooth and shiny. It should not take more than 30 seconds.
Transfer the cinnamon peanut butter into a glass jar and store up to 3 months in the pantry.
I recommend to wait 24 hours to eat this spread. The flavors will blend with time making the spread more flavorsome after a day.
Can be eaten on toast, as a fruit dip, or on top of your porridge.
Sugar free/low carb/keto: replace maple syrup by sugar free maple flavored monk fruit syrup.
Nutrition panel is for one serve. This recipe makes 30 servings.