• The Vita-Mix and other high powered blenders and juicers are not the only appliances you can use to make fresh raw almond butter.

    I have found the Magic Bullet to work quite nicely.  I use this personal blender when I am blending small amounts of food.  You can make a small amount of nut butter and store the butter in the same container.  This will definitely cut down on your clean-up time.

    All you need is the Magic Bullet or something comparable to the Magic Bullet, almonds, oil, and a sweetener (optional).  You will have yourself a delicious almond nut butter whipped up in no time.

    Check out how I make this delicious almond butter using my Magic Bullet.

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    Wow, that is a great way to make almond butter. Thanks for the tip. I always wondered about those magic bullets and if they were any good. By the way, I luv your Southen Accent!

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    Hi Evelyn, where can i buy one of that? i want to have one of that for my mom.

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    Hi Hines, Thanks for stopping by! I purchased mine from Target or you can order online via Amazon. Take care, Evelyn

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    Hi Evelyn, Thank you so much for the suggestion ^_^. i already have the blender for my mom. she's very happy. thanks a lot. ^_^

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    Hi Hines, I'm glad your mother likes the blender. ;) Thanks for stopping by and take care! Evelyn

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    Hey Evelyn! I googled "make almond butter with Magic Bullet" and your website/video came up. I didn't know if the MB was powerful enough to do it but now I do! As soon as I get some coconut oil, I will be making some. I can't wait!

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    Hi Cheryl, I'm glad you stopped by! The Magic Bullet will work, but it will not be very creamy. You'll have to do this in very small batches. You can also use a food processor too. Let me know how it works for you.

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    Hi Kathrine, Thanks for stopping by and I hope it works for you! Evelyn

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    Cool. I make almond butter in my Vitamix, but I bought a Magic Bullet for my son, I'll have to tell him this can work for him.

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