Once you make homemade Cinnamon Honey Almond Butter, you will never want the store-bought kind again. Made with raw almonds, honey, cinnamon, and coconut oil, it’s the perfect wholesome topping for gluten-free blueberry waffles!
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Cinnamon honey almond butter
Making homemade almond butter is actually one of the easiest things to do. It requires just four ingredients and a few minutes of prep.
It’s as simple as adding the ingredients to a food processor and processing until it forms butter. You do need a powerful food processor for this though.
The wonderful thing about almond butter is it’s gluten-free, making it perfect for anyone on a strict gluten-free diet. I’m not on a gluten-free regime but I do like to enjoy wholesome foods as often as I can.
This recipe is flavored with cinnamon and honey but you could jazz it up any way you like!
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Start the new year on a wholesome note
I’ve talked about this before and I’ll do it again. I can’t do breakfast. It’s really difficult for me to eat first thing in the morning but I know it’s important for me to do so.
I’m not a fan of heavy meals for breakfast so I usually reach for a banana or yogurt. While this may seem like a good idea, it’s actually not enough to give me the energy I need first thing in the morning.
Since waffles were always a childhood favorite, I figured I could try to start eating those for breakfast. My local Meijer store carries Van’s Blueberry Gluten Free Waffles and I knew they would be delicious topped with almond butter.
I think I found a way to make sure I eat breakfast every day. These waffles are delicious!
More about Van’s gluten-free products
Van’s has a variety of gluten-free products that provide smarter eating alternatives for you and your family. They offer a wide range of flavors and each one tastes great.
Try kick starting your smarter eating habits with Van’s Blueberry Walnut Gluten Free Granola sprinkled over yogurt as a snack between meals. Or enjoy Fire Roasted Veggie Gluten Free Crackers with your favorite hummus.
If you’re like me and struggle to eat breakfast, Van’s Cinnamon Heaven Gluten Free Cereal could be a great way to get more nutrition into your diet.
Download this coupon for $1.oo off one of Van’s Products available at your local Meijer. You can use it to get the blueberry waffles for today’s recipe!
You’re 5 ingredients away from a simple and nutritious breakfast
- Van’s Blueberry Gluten Free Waffles
- Raw almonds
- Coconut oil
You can top them with additional blueberries if desired. Or try other raw fruits as a topping.
Cinnamon Honey Almond Butter with Blueberry Waffles
- In a food processor, process the almonds until they become coarsely ground. Stop and scrape down the sides of the bowl. Add the tablespoon of coconut oil if the almonds aren’t breaking down easily. Continue to blend for 10-15 minutes, stopping and scraping down the sides as needed throughout the process.
- Add the honey and cinnamon. Process for an addition10-15 minutes, until smooth and creamy.
- 3. Serve two tablespoons of almond butter over Van’s Blueberry Gluten Free Waffles. Top with fresh blueberries if desired.
- 4. Store leftover almond butter in a glass jar with a lid and in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.