Chocolate peanut butter

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Chocolate peanut butter
Chocolate peanut butter
  • Makes: 1x 250g jar

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  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Cheap as chips

That's right - chocolate and peanut butter combined! Two of our favourite things in one bite. Once we realised just how easy it is to make peanut butter at home - we just had to try this amazing combination. All you need is three simple ingredients and a food processor to make this delicious spread - it'd almost be rude not to!


  • 200g salted peanuts
  • 2tbsp cocoa powder
  • 2tbsp icing sugar

If you want to be really naughty, you can stir through melted chocolate - the resulting spread will just be a little thicker when set


  1. Whizz your peanuts to a fine paste in the food processor, stirring as you go. This should take around 10 mins - see our guide for how to make peanut butter at home.
  2. Spoon in the cocoa powder and icing sugar and whizz to combine. Taste and add more if required.
  3. Spoon into a sterilised jar, it should keep in the fridge for around four weeks.

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Also you can use it to make for a scrumptious filling for a cake or little ones. Or in the fridge with a spoon for times you need it ;o) Thanks for the recipe.

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