Honey roasted peanuts are one of those simple creations that are simply divine – which is the exact reason that I never buy them. They come in large containers which somehow seem so much smaller when you sit down with them. If you’re ever in a Whole Foods that has a peanut grinder with honey roasted peanuts in it, fill the nearest 10 gallon pail and proceed to checkout because it is some of the best peanut butter ever. Otherwise, instead of trekking all the way there, just follow this embarrassingly simple “recipe”.
1 jar (16oz) crunchy natural peanut butter w/ salt
2 Tbsp honey
1-3 tsp sugar, to taste
The addition of honey helps prevent the oil from separating but also ends in a very thick peanut butter. I recommend using a very runny peanut butter (like Trader Joe’s Natural Creamy) if you don’t want it so thick. To give you an idea, I made this peak 2 days before the picture was taken: