My nut butters are usually very simple, one ingredient kinda things. Generally I use just nuts, either dry roasted or raw, no added salt or sugar or oil of any kind. It's absolutely amazing this way. You get the taste of the actual nut without all of the added sodium and fat and calories that really do nothing to enhance the flavor anyway.
Every now and then, though, I like a treat just as much as the next person. While surfing the web one dreary morning, I came across an ad for Naturally Nutty Honey Roasted Cinnamon Peanut Butter. It set off an almost immediate craving. I've never seen Naturally Nutty brand around here in the stores, and ordering it from their website wouldn't have fulfilled my sudden need for instant gratification. Then there was the whole issue of the fact that I'm ummmm frugal, and I wasn't about to pay five bucks (plus shipping!) for a mere eight ounces of peanut butter. Hmmmm, a little light bulb went off in my head. "I'll bet I can make this." I checked my cabinets and was thrilled to discover that I had all the ingredients needed to make this new yummy concoction that I now absolutely had to have! It was easy as pie, too. Though I don't know who made up that expression, because I think pie is all kinds of hard. I've never made a pie crust in my life that was worth eating. But as usual, I digress, so back to the goodness that is this peanut butter.