When I made this, I added 3 tbsp skim milk powder, and 1 tsp vanilla. Are you insane??! (You’ll Also Love: Caramel Cheesecake Bites), Category: RecipesTag: budget friendly meals dessert recipes kid friendly raw vegetarian. Jana, I was curious about that same thing re: tasting too much like sunflower seeds while I was making it, but it’s very subtle, more an after note. Okay, it won't be a secret for long. Albeit my fondness for Nutella growing up, I was baffled by my friends who ate it straight from the jar. My son has a nut allergy and I was so thrilled to find Sunbutter for the kids to replace peanutbutter. My son has a severe nut allergy, so Nutella and I have had to have a long distance love affair. […] https://www.injennieskitchen.com/2011/07/how-to-make-nut-free-nutella/  […]. Hi Jennie, Question – salted or unsalted sunflower seeds? If dairy is an issue for you, then by all means try this recipe with a dairy-free chocolate, but do keep in mind I tested it with 55% Guittard chocolate discs. Rebecca Hughes is a fruit-obsessed, yoga and pull up fanatic, who enjoys the great outdoors with her GSP dogs. Sure, it has a little cocoa in it, but at heart it’s a hazelnut spread (or a hydrogenated palm oil spread, if we’re being brutally honest) with a little touch of chocolate flavor. Thanks again for another winner! The spread I wanted to make was deeply, intensely chocolately, without nuts or any other fillers getting in the way. We have some hazelnut allergies in our family, so I’ll have to try this someday! The camp’s “no nut” policy is very uneducated. Add 1 teaspoon of vegetable, and process until it forms a smooth paste. For starters, I'm curious to see how it tastes with some vanilla bean, as I use in my regular homemade nutella recipe. This is SOOO good. We use tahini for the nutty flavor, but i’m curious about the sunflower seed. I don't like nutella. Go nuts with this No-Nut Nutella. ), and there's a strict no nut policy (obviously this applies to food, not the kids or parents). Thanks for joining me in this journey called life, and welcome to my journal filled with stories about food, family, life & the crossroads where they meet. Peas Out! Any help appreciated. It’s also delicious, vegan, gluten-free, and ridiculously close to the real thing. Enjoy with fresh fruit, homemade gluten-free bread, in a smoothie, or on a spoon! I am thinking about using expeller-pressed coconut oil (no coconut flavor, really) and a teeny bit of cream and seeing how that goes. Looks delicious! Ingredients 1 cup unsalted hazelnuts 12 oz (340g) quality milk chocolate 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 3 tablespoons powdered sugar (confectioner's sugar) 2 tablespoons cocoa powder, unsweetened 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract … border: 1px solid #e5e597; I’ve never been a fan of Nutella – in many ways it felt like I was eating chocolate frosting. Or waffles! 3. dataLayer.push({'eventCategory': 'leadbox', 'eventAction':'show', 'eventLabel':'What Is Paleo Lead Magnet', 'nonInteraction':'Yes'}); I can’t wait to try this! A “nut free nutella”? Oh yeah, and when you sign up, we'll also give you some neat free bonuses like our Paleo for Beginners guide, with 15 extra delicious recipes! Before you get started, make sure your sunflower seeds are specifically labeled nut-free if you have a nut-allergy, or are making this as a treat for someone who's allergic. https://premeditatedleftovers.com/recipes-cooking-tips/nut-free-nutella-recipe It doesn't sound as sexy or catchy or nutella, but it's damn good slathered on a slice of baguette. Looks good! I am not a fan of nutella either. 1. Seeking export into UK of NUTFREE source for sunflower seeds. I realize I'm probably the only person who doesn't have a fondness for eating it straight from the jar. What would I do differently, you're wondering? No food processor necessary, just a couple of minutes of your time and voila, it’s ready to be devoured. Like us on Facebook for delicious recipes and a lot more! A mini-food processor would definitely do the trick. What you're about to see is a work in progress, but it is one that I promise won't disappoint you. this is amazing….I just made this for my 9 year old daughter and she’s in heaven. Paleo Diet Recipes, Information, and Tips. So glad I read Kim’s tweet mocking you for your dislike of it! Pulse until it becomes a fine, almost powdery, consistency. As a certified personal trainer, BioSignature Practitioner and soon-to-be Precision Nutrition Coach, she endeavors to be a positive role model and to help people learn to love their body, love food without guilt and enjoy a fulfilling life. I’ll cheat and add cocoa powder & sweetener to my Trader Joe’s sunflower seed butter. I’m going to melt the chocolate (Hershey’s bittersweet chips are peanut-safe) and sugar in with Sunbutter so I don’t have to grind it. We created a similar recipe for our Chocolate: Sweet, Savory and Good for You Too Purple Asparagus session. But just to let you know, peanuts are not nuts. Then blendy blend! 1 cup ( 138 grams) shelled raw unsalted sunflower seeds, 4 ounces (112 grams) bittersweet chocolate discs, melted. Taste and adjust seasonings if necessary. We used honey as the sweetener and cocoa as the chocolate. weird. Add the sunflower seeds to the bowl of a food processor. Yum! I was stunned when you said “nut-free”, but sunflower seeds for the hazelnuts makes total sense and is such a smart substitution. Store in a tightly sealed glass jar and use as desired. I’m with you…not fond of Nutella alone. Want to learn more about Paleo and how it can help you?Grab our FREE “What Is Paleo?” Guide by Clicking Here!.postLeadbox{background: #ffffa0; However, he also has an allergy to sesame seeds, and as such is to avoid all seeds. Heat a large frying pan to medium high. I prefer the nut-free nutella over the mayo so I can’t wait to make this first thing tomorrow.