This peanut butter will not stay as long as the store kind because it doesnt have preservatives. It will stay for a few weeks though. If it lasts.
I looked in two places around my store, the popcorn and peanuts aisle had the peeled peanuts for like 7$ for the same amount, or the cereal aisle had 1 bag at 1$ with "6 servings". The only difference is you have to take the shells off. Not that bad..time consuming. Save 5$ which is how much youll need for the honey which is ridiculously overpriced...if my parents didnt buy it I would collect honey from fast food restraunts and fill the jar myself.
Then I could seperate the peanuts from the shells, there was no easy way I could think of to do this...its like panning for gold yew just kinda have to sift and look through the mess.
Have a seperate bowl for the shells because theyre endless.
Watch a movie during this process it takes an hour or so...
or I just got distracted.
You will also need..
Honey/Sugar/Stevia (No sugar substitute please Dr Oz says its very unhealthy and 800x sweeter than sugar)
1/2 cup of olive oil per bag of peanuts
(Why I put vanilla and no quantity, italian and mexican cooking background dont measure, you just put in what you think or feel is enough or about the right amount a recipe might call for or if writing a recipe how much you put in)
With the honey- I put about 5 tbl. NOT ENOUGH. Since honey is expensive I would add sugar too.
The olive oil is the only oil I use , except for fried chicken. It is the healthiest oil compared to other American oils and its Italian and very good quality. Much better health benefits and tastes better. I could go on all day. I replace butter with olive oil unless I need the butter texture. The olive oil in my peanut butter recipe is what sets mine apart from some others and store bought.
Start blending, for about 5 minutes straight. If you like chunky stop and check but I need it thin for picky eaters.