Vegan balanced nut puree
Give me nut puree and I'm happy. Best with nice caramel dates for dipping. To spice up this simple classic a bit, we're mixing up the creamy gold with a few more ingredients today.
You are welcome to use the nut puree of your choice as a base. I usually fall back on my favorite "peanut" variety. When buying, always make sure to buy nut puree instead of nut butter. Because in this are not still added ingredients such as oils or sugar. As an alternative to nut muses are also wonderful muse from seeds such as almonds, sunflower seeds or sesame seeds. So you can easily prepare this creation nut-free.
But let's finally get to the said pimping. I try to incorporate nuts, seeds and kernels into my daily diet anyway. So why not refine our nut puree with it? Because this I use super happy to dip apples, celery or even carrots in it. But also over muesli, porridge or as a spread it tastes just delicious. By adding pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds or sunflower seeds, for example, we make the classic nut puree even more wholesome, balanced and healthy.
You can also experiment with the flavors. How about some cocoa powder, cinnamon or ginger? I also imagine ingredients like walnuts, cashews or cacao nibs being super tasty in it. I can't wait to see what your balanced nut puree will look like!
- 100 g nut puree of your choice
- 100 g tahini
- 1 tablespoon sunflower seeds
- 1 tablespoon sesame seeds
- 1 tablespoon pumpkin seeds
- 0.25 tsp salt
- Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix evenly.
- Then pour into a jar and close tightly.
- For example, serve with fruit or vegetables for dipping, use as a spread or add over porridge.
Also like to use several nut muses and mix them to a new combination.
Feel free to add powders like cocoa, cinnamon or ginger for other flavors.