About the Recipe
Almond butter is a food paste made from grinding almonds into a nut butter. Almond butter may be "crunchy" or "smooth", and is generally "stir" or "no-stir". Almond butter may be either raw or roasted, but this describes the almonds themselves, prior to grinding.
2 cups almonds, raw soaked overnight
2 teaspoons ashwagandha powder
1 teaspoon ghee or coconut oil.
Using a food processor or heavy-duty blender, add almonds and begin blending on a low to medium-low speed.
Blend until a smooth batter forms. This could take anywhere from 10–30 minutes.
Add the ashwagandha powder towards the end. You may need to stop scraping the sides of the blender.
A small amount of oil such as ghee or coconut oil can help if the almonds seem dry or aren’t blending. Refrigerate in an airtight container.
Eat while slightly chilled to avoid melting.