How to make Almond Butter
Produce healthy, fresh Almond butter – retaining all the valuable essential enzymes and nutrients.
Batch size up to 26 Kg batch size.
Batch size between 1 kg to 26 kg
Optional Speed Controller
Granite wheels and base
Stone Ground Almond Butter vs Commercial Almond Butter
Why use a Spectra to produce your Almond butters?
How do they differ from your general commercial almond butter machine?
Stone grind your almond butter using a perfectly smooth set of granite wheels.
Stone grinding creates minimal friction allowing the temperature of the almonds to be maintained at low levels throughout, preserving the precious nutrients and flavours whilst achieving a silky smooth texture. There is no need to add salt, refined sugars, trans fats or preservatives.
You are free to create 100% natural, beautifully lightly roasted creamy almond butter.
In contrast – general shop-bought peanut butter is processed using blades that chop up the almonds, generating more heat which can alter the taste degrade the key vitamins and healthy oils and generally contain salt, sugar, hydrogenated oils (trans fat!) and preservatives to make it more shelf-stable, resulting in a lower nutritional quality product.
The Spectra 11 Almond butter machine
Using this robust, high-quality Almond butter machine, you will produce healthy, fresh Almond butter retaining all the valuable essential enzymes and nutrients. This Almond butter machine uses a simple process, requiring no need for prior roasting or additional oils.
This machine features a Granite grinding stone, an easily detachable stainless-steel drum, and a powerful motor with thermal overload protection. The Spectra 11 will be a quality addition to your creative culinary Almond butter creations.
Professional high-quality Almond butter with the Spectra 11
Using the Spectra 11 Almond butter machine you can produce smooth, creamy, melt in your mouth professional Almond butter easily.
The slow grind process of our selection of melangers allows all the valuable enzymes and nutrients of the nuts and seeds to be retained in your Almond butter. Making our Almond butter machines a much superior choice to many store-bought nut butter machine which are produced using high speed processing methods.
Our robust, professional wet grinders produce healthy, nutritious nut butters that are smooth and totally grit free, making them suitable, not only for spreads, but also as dips, and as ingredients in culinary creations such as smoothies and sauces.
Almond butter - Spread it on your toast, blend it into a milkshake, lace it with chocolate or add it to an indulgent dessert - the possibilities are endless!
Almond butter is a versatile ingredient that is calorific yet full of minerals, healthy fats and protein. Almond peanut butter is made from as close to 100% whole peanuts as possible.
Making your own Almond butter using our peanut butter machines means this process has never been simpler. The Spectra melanger is a nut grinder that eliminates the need to roast the Almonds beforehand or add any additional oils which means you can achieve your own top quality, healthy Almond butter.
With features such as a Granite grinding stone, an easily detachable stainless-steel drum, and a powerful motor with thermal overload protection, the Spectra 11 will be a quality addition to your creative culinary kitchen.
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