Tiger nut butter (AIP, low FODMAP, Paleo, nut free, dairy free)
My lord this is so scrummy. As I am unable to tolerate nuts, seeds and legumes, any kind of nut butter is out for me. But my faithful tiger nut has rescued me once again. I really don't know how I'd function without these little guys.
Tiger nuts are naturally sweet so you also have the added benefit of not needing to add any additional sweetener. You can also play about with how much salt you add depending on how savoury you want it. I personally like to leave it quite sweet, even when use it as a veggie dip.
The tiger nut powder from The Tiger Nut company is absolutely the best to use when making this. I prefer not to use the flour for this as the texture can be too brittle.
1.5 cups of sifted tiger nut powder ( I pass mine through a sieve to make sure it is silky smooth)
4 tablespoons of coconut oil
2 pinches of Himalayan sea salt (add more to taste)
Add all ingredients to a food processor and blend until you have a smooth thick paste. It really is as simple as that. I guarantee after the first mouthful you wont be able to resist scoffing the whole lot.
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