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Wanna make your own homemade cashew butter? It’s too easy.

Make the most delicious homemade cashew butter with this easy 2-ingredient recipe. It’s rich and super creamy and ready in 10 minutes.

It’s just 2-ingredients and about 10 or so minutes and you have beautifully creamy cashew butter.

Of course, it’s super easy to just go and buy a jar of cashew butter at the store, but the benefits of making your own are that you can save money and also that you get a really fresh and delicious batch of nut butter. It really does seem to taste so much better than what you can buy in the store.

We love making our own nut butters, check out our homemade peanut butter and homemade almond butter recipes too.

How To Make Cashew Butter

You will find full instructions and measurements in the recipe card at the bottom of the post. This is a summary of the process to go along with the process photos.

  • Add roasted, salted cashews to the food processor and process. It will start off crumbly and then will start to clump and stick to the sides.

  • Stop the food processor and scrape down the sides and then start it up again.

  • While the machine is running, pour in the melted coconut oil.

  • Keep processing until it reaches a smooth, creamy cashew butter consistency.

Recipe Tips

Roasted and salted cashew nuts. The easiest and best tasting option is to use roasted and salted cashews. Roasted cashews process into a nut butter much more easily than raw cashews. The flavor is also really good with roasted cashews.

Coconut Oil. We used melted coconut oil but you can actually use any oil. The oil really helps the process along and it goes much faster. If you prefer not to use oil you can omit it, but it will likely take a few minutes longer.

Make it in a food processor. It is possible to make nut butters in a blender but I find it much harder to do. A food processor is the best and easiest way to make nut butters.

Storing And Freezing

Keep your cashew butter stored in a glass jar in the fridge where it will stay good for 2 weeks or longer.

It is also freezer friendly if you’d like to freeze some. Thaw it overnight in the fridge when you’re ready to use it.

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