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Tiger nut butter

A nut-free nut butter in 30 seconds. Just 1 portion.
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Course: Condiment
Keyword: AIP, Condiment, nut-free, Paleo, small batch cooking, Whole30
Prep Time: 1 minute
Servings: 1


  • 1 Tbsp tiger nut flour
  • 2 tsp tiger nut oil substitute with avocado oil

To taste

  • 1 pinch sea salt


Prepare the flour

  • Is your flour finely ground? Perfect. If not, you can add some in your spice grinder to make it ultra-fine.

Make the nut-butter

  • Wisk the tiger nut flour and the oil into a paste and let rest for a minute so the flour can absorb the oil.
  • Depending on whether you want it thick or runny, add a bit more oil at this point.
  • Add the sea salt to taste


We are using tiger nut oil in this recipe since we are making a nut butter that is Paleo and AIP suited. You can substitute with avocado oil since that is also approved when following an AIP diet.
The consistency you go for depends on the application you need it for. 
You want it thicker is you use it as a nut-butter on top of baked goods and a little runnier if you use it as a sauce to dip fruit or veggies.
Since you can make as little as you need, there is no need to keep leftovers, but you can keep the min the fridge up to ten days.