Hi dear friend:
Looking for an easy recipe to make clean, organic and low-glycemic raw walnut butter? This video will show you how to make your own healthy affordable and delicious organic raw walnut butter at home.
As someone with osteoarthritis I suffer from morning joint stiffness. Therefore I have adapted my already healthy diet as part of an early treatment to decrease pain and live a healthier life.
I also eat as clean as possible and avoid processed or refined sugar, gluten and dairy products to prevent inflammation. I am always learning about different and tasty recipes to eat clean and healthy.
This is why this processed sugar free walnut butter recipe is a perfect option if you want to have a healthier more pure butter.
You can get some of the main ingredients here, on the healthy eating section.
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Organic raw walnut butter is a healthy butter option that will provide you with protein, vitamins, folic acid and a wealth of minerals, including: iron, zinc and magnesium.
Try to choose organic ingredients for this recipe in order to benefit from more nutrients, enjoy better taste, avoid hormones, antibiotics and drugs in animal products. In addition, organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution.
Finally, add any additional flavours to your butter. I used stevia & cinnamon to make a sweeter healthy version. Store the walnut butter in a glass jar with an airtight lid. The butter lasts up to one month in the fridge.
To help you get more tasty, easy, clean recipes with nuts, check out: DIY Nut Milks, Nut Butters, and More: From Almonds to Walnuts by The Experiment
I hope you find this sugar-free raw walnut butter recipe useful and that it inspires you to continue or start a healthier lifestyle.
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Sources: Raw Food Book