cookie butter seeds

Cookie butter seeds

It’s certainly a delicious treat and makes a wonderful accompaniment to toast, fruit, ice cream, and more.

Healthy Homemade Cookie Butter

Now you can take spoonfuls to the face in the name of health.

Step 1

But there are times when maybe you wanna eat something a little healthier, or want to enjoy something that tastes a little bit less junky. Or maybe you’re the kinda person who is into DIYs. Whatever your reason, you should certainly give this healthier cookie butter recipe a try.

Cookie butter seeds

To make just a sprouted sunflower seed 100% pure butter just follow steps 1-3.

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The most important part of this recipe is to make sure the seeds are bone dry before taking out of the oven or dehydrator. This is vital as if they still contain moisture they will go off in a few days. Although saying that this cookie butter is usually gone in a few days anyway!

Equipment: Oven or Dehydrator, Pan, Greaseproof paper, Blender

Serving Size

This recipe is recreates something similar to trader joes cookie butter or Biscoff biscuit spread. Both of these do however contain wheat/gluten, refined sugar, soya, palm and other oils. This is free of all of these and just made with seeds and sweetener.

Buckwheat is used here and dried or lightly roasted to help give a biscuity taste. This is a seed so is naturally gluten-free. Many paleo diets don’t allow this seed, even though it’s been soaked, but the recipe still works well without it. If you use buckwheat just make sure that it’s finely ground before you finish blending.

Healthy cookie butter recipe that is vegan, high in protein and easy to make. Cookie butter is a spreadable form of cookies! This cookie butter is good for you with no refined flour, sugar or oil.

Nutrition Information

This recipe is a great alternative to trader joes or biscoff cookie butter. Full of heart-healthy fats, vitamins and minerals. Cookie butter is perfect to frost cakes, on pancakes, spread on biscuits or in place of peanut butter.

The buckwheat can be substituted with oats. Don’t soak the oats but lightly roast in an oven for 10-15 mins until they start to get a bit of colour. Use gluten-free oats to if you are sensitive to gluten.