How to make Peanut butter at home
Peanuts are excellent source of plant based protein, offering 25.8 g per 100 g of peanuts, or around half of a person’s daily needs. The Magnesium present in peanut helps to fight headaches, muscle cramps, and fatigue which makes it a good option to be part of your post workout meal/smoothie.
Peanut Butter.Course: Weight Loss Foods, snack, weight loss, spreadsCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy
Peanuts are excellent source of plant based protein, offering 25.8 g per 100 g of peanuts, or around half of a person’s daily needs.
250 gram Peanuts
1 Tablespoon sugar/brown sugar (optional)
1/2 Teaspoon salt (optional)
- Roast the peanuts in a pan until they turn slightly browning
- Let the peanuts cool and remove the skin once cooled
- Grind the peanuts until the oil starts coming out and the texture becomes creamy
- Optional Step: While grinding the peanuts add half teaspoon salt and a tablespoon of sugar or brown sugar.If your are in your weight loss journey please avoid adding salt or sugar/brown sugar so that you add no extra calories to your diet.
- When you buy peanut butter from store make sure you check the ingredients properly.
- While adding peanut butter to weight loss diet one should opt for no sugar, no sodium and no artificial flavors option. Peanuts are highly nutritious and rich in minerals but at the same time a high calorie food.
- Thereby should be taken in moderation. Daily intake of peanut butter should be limited to 2 table spoon which is nearly 190 calories.