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  1. Em (@Pureglow16)

    Love it! so delish!

  2. Caitlin

    wow, this looks BEYOND amazing!

  3. Jessi @ Quirky Cookery

    Mmm, looks so yummy.

  4. Veggie V! @ Veggie V's Vegan Adventure

    I’ve made homemade coconut butter, but I put it in the fridge, and it got really, really hard. Like I can’t even scrape it with a knife hard. I haven’t tried heating it yet, but I hope I can at least get it out of the jar, even if I have to throw it away, so I don’t have to toss the glass jar too. The same happened when I made coconut meal, which was supposed to be more coconut butter, but I think my whimpy, old food processor couldn’t keep up for the full 20 minutes required to make two batches. (My new, awesome Christmas present food processor can – or at least the directions say it can!) Otherwise, that’s the only nut butter I’ve tried to make at home. At least one purpose. I did accidentally almost make almond butter grinding some almonds for “flour.” I’ve found that frozen almond help aid in “flour” making rather than “butter” making.

    Question – You said granulated sweetener…I’ve never used any of the sweeteners you mentioned (leary of the two non-nutritive sweeteners still); do you think raw sugar would work, or maybe something finer like cane sugar or even powdered sugar?

  5. John

    I have a recipe I use, but I’ll be trying this. This sounds like it would go good with the vegan white chocolate bananas foster bread pudding with toasted coconut and either pecans or macadamian nuts

  6. Sam

    Thanks for the recipe, looks great. Did you soak and dehydrate the macadamia nuts before hand or can we just blend the nuts straight away?

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  8. Good Girl Gone Green

    oh my is looks good. As soon as I get home from all the chaos of the holidays I am so making this! Oh and I love PB and almond butter!!! 🙂

  9. Aparna

    Holy Yum! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. Char @ www.charskitchen.ca

    I love your bear jar!! He is so cute 😀 And that white chocolate coconut macadamia nut butter looks delicious!

  11. Kelly @leafynotbeefy

    yummy! i so want to eat it!! I just wish nuts were less expensive 🙁

  12. MizzB

    My favorite nut butter of all time is the old standby from childhood, peanut butter. Not the kind you buy, but the home-made just grind up the peanuts (usually would get a bushel of them when visiting the Georgia relatives, some of whom worked for the family of the most famous American peanut farmer and 39th President of the United States), spread ’em on homemade bread with a little homemade jam, and smack your lips while eating. Still like the basic kind, and usually get the grind your on at WF. Yeah, I know peanuts are not really nuts or seeds, and I still like it.
    HOWEVER, this recipe looks so good, it will probably become my favorite gourmet nut butter.
    And yeah, I’ve made my own nut and seed butters, sometimes in my trust 30-year old Vitamix, and sometimes in the food processor.

  13. Deanna


    I made cashew carob coconut butter tonight. Waiting for it to settle to see what the final texture is like. I _think_ I’ll be posting it. 🙂

  14. Ela

    Wow, that sounds seriously delicious and so right up my alley!

    I recently made macnut butter in the fp so that when I want to make a quick salad dressing using the immersion blender instead of dirtying the vita, it’s all ready to go. No omega 6 to speak of in mac nuts, so they and coconut (and flax and chia) are my go-tos.

    Still thinking about that white chocolate sub, and I’ll keep you posted!

  15. Nadia

    This looks so good, I’m definitely making it these days! :*)

  16. Hannah

    Well, I put on a call on my blog for recipes using coconut sugar, and hot damn did you deliver! This will be the perfect thing to make in the brand new food processor I received for Christmas 🙂 Thanks babe, you always have my back! 😉

    P.S. I still have a soft spot for my fig molasses cashew butter, though I haven’t made it in yonks!

  17. Andie

    omg can’t wait to try this!!!! gona be a bitch finding all the ingredients here but it must be done! congrats on your cookbook!! 🙂 🙂

  18. bitt

    wow that sounds amazing! i’ve been more into white chocolate lately and this looks my speed. now, can you mail me one? in that cute little bear jar please?

  19. hillary

    Yay!! I miss seeing recipes on your blog. This one looks amazing (I’ll be adding cinnamon to mine). 😀

  20. Malin

    Oh it looks so caramely! Love it! I’m going to try this recipe as soon as I find some macadamias (they’re not always easy to find huh? only toasted ones…) I know I’m going to love it anyways! :))

  21. Dudette

    Lovely recipe, and I love the fact that you are using the bear jar!!! When I was 4 years old for one summer I literally (not joking!) only ate bread and honey! And honey only from the bear jar! Though my diet has expended over the next 20+ years, the bear jar still makes me feel fuzzy inside.

  22. Simin

    Amber girl what’s up! Love the site and food! I’m dying to try this but I can’t find raw cacao butter anywhere! Where do you buy it at? Also, saw your recipe in the paper; keep up the awesome work!

  23. Fleur

    Hi Amber, I really want to make this but I have a son who has an allergy to chocolate and do not want him to miss out. How could I substitute the cacao butter with something with carob?