Smooth Chocolate Peanut Butter

Choco Peanut Butter
Yields: 10 Servings Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 5 Mins Cook Time: 10 Mins Total Time: 15 Mins

Peanuts are one of my favorite magic ingredients because we can use peanuts in many different recipes it gives a rich texture and intense flavor to the dish. Finding a good source of protein on the vegetarian side is very tough but peanuts serve the purpose. Here I am going to do a small variation to usual Peanut butter, to make it a little more interesting that is “Smooth Chocolate Peanut Butter”.

My son was not interested in having peanut butter and always preferred Nutella. Peanut butter is naturally smooth and silky. I just sprinkled a spoon of cocoa powder and my son’s peanut butter Nutella is ready. I use this trick to make my two-year-old boy eat Pancakes, Wheat dosa, and Ragi dosa with Chocolate Peanut Butter, Yes he might find this workaround soon. but it is good to cheat kids in a healthy way as long as they find.

Choco Peanut Butter


A good dietary substitute

Peanut butter is a healthy and delicious recipe. As a weight watcher, I always prefer a low sugar substitute than an added sugar jam or Nutella. Peanut butter is the best protein-filled substitute. A little quantity can make you feel full for a long time. This is best after workout food.  This can be taken with toasted brown bread or as a protein shake.

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How to make it?

Many of us think it is hard to prepare at home and buy store-bought peanut butter with added preservatives. Actually it is very easy to prepare than you imagine. Just toss and blend three simple ingredients and your homemade smooth chocolate peanut butter is ready. You can try many different recipes with the peanut butter base.

Please try this simple and delicious recipe and let me know your comments.



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0/6 Instructions
  • Dry Roast 1 cup of peanuts in medium heat until it turns golden brown color.
  • Transfer to a mixer grinder and grind it for about 30 seconds.
  • Scoop the sides inside and grind again for 30 seconds.
  • Add in jaggery and grind again till it turns nice and creamy.
  • Add in cocoa powder and give a final run in a mixie to make it more interesting. Add 1 tbsp of coconut oil if your peanut butter is thick.
  • Scoop it into a storage bowl and serve with toasted bread, pancakes, and much more.


  • Adding coconut oil is optional. If you use good quality peanuts no need for oil. Peanuts ooze out enough butter to make the butter-rich and creamy.
  • I kept the peanut butter little crunchy to enjoy the small peanut bites in between. It is completely optional.

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