Paleo Maple Almond Butter Snack Packs

Dear Justin,

We don’t know who you are but your nut butters are delicious. However, we keep bulk almond butter on hand at all times and use it in many ways. It appeared prudent to us to use this bulk butter to create a squeezable nut-dulgence of our own. We must give credit where credit is due…you inspired us. That said, we regret to inform you that we have cracked the code to your Maple Almond Butter and will not be purchasing yours with the same frequency as before. While we do not believe that this will damage your business beyond repair we felt it was right to let you know. Good luck to you and may your convenient and adorable packages still lead you to success despite this temporary setback.

Sincerely,
The Keatley’s

Ingredients

  • 1 c almond butter
  • 5 T macadamia oil or almond oil
  • 2 T maple syrup

Method

In a food processor, (or if you don’t have one, a medium sized bowl with a whisk) process all ingredients until smooth. Portion out into snack-size zip top bags. I portioned 2 ounces of maple almond butter per bag and ended up needing 6 bags. To eat, cut the tip off one of the sides of the bag…

and squeeze into yo mouth!

12 thoughts on “Paleo Maple Almond Butter Snack Packs

  1. Holly Reply

    Thanks for this. I’m pretty sure I support (aka pay) two peoples salaries at Justin’s with my consumption. It’s outta control.

  2. Jen Reply

    I just made this! Sooooo good! I had to restrain my self from eating all of it and not saving some for my hubby and young’n! I couldn’t find any Macedonia nut oil out here in the middle of nowhere, so I used the almond oil. Still, sooo good! Can’t wait for your cookbook!

  3. Robyn Reply

    Discovered your site a while back and have been basically living off of it. This recipe just puts me over the top! This is where I ask myself, “exactly how much almond butter and maple syrup can one consume and still be paleo….?” lol

  4. Kimberly Reply

    What do you put the butter on? Surely you don’t just eat the butter? Please say you have developed a nifty gluten free cracker or bread… Please say that.

    • megan keatley Reply

      it’s designed to be eaten by itself. it’s just almonds and sweetener (maple syrup), pureed into a convenient, on-the-go form.

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