Simply homemade almond butter!

Ayurvedisches Mandelmus einfach selbstgemacht!

Almond butter refined with cinnamon strengthens the nerve tissue and beautifies the complexion!


  • 400 g organic almonds with shell

  • 1 teaspoon Ceylon cinnamon

  • Optionally sweeten with coconut blossom sugar for a sweet spread

  • A high-performance blender (e.g. Thermomix)


  1. Boil the organic almonds briefly in water, drain and peel off the skin relatively quickly.

  2. Roast the almonds in the oven at 120 degrees (hot air) for 15 minutes and then put them in the mixing bowl and let them grind for 2 minutes (for me in the Thermomix at level 5.5 - 6)

  3. Then push the nuts down to the knife with a spatula, pause a bit so that the mixer doesn't overheat too much and grind again. Repeat the process until a creamy consistency is achieved.

  4. At the end, refine with cinnamon and optionally sugar or simply enjoy plain.

My tip: If the consistency is not achieved. Simply let the ground almonds rest for a few hours and try again. If that doesn't work, add some almond oil.

Healthy fats should be an essential part of your daily diet. Fat is responsible, among other things, for the hormones in our body and is part of our body structure, for example in cell membranes.

In Ayurveda, nuts are considered difficult to digest and should therefore not be eaten in large quantities, as this weakens our digestive fire/Agni.

If you would like to balance your Agni with Ayurvedic plants, then take a look here!

Ayurvedische Nahrungsergänzungsmittel für ein starkes Verdauungsfeuer und ein besseres Wohlbefinden.