You probably don’t know it, but it’s a pretty common misconception that when you add nuts to a dish, they melt in the mouth.
In reality, nuts are really meant to be heated in the oven and then baked, which takes the oil away from the food and gives it a beautiful golden brown.
That’s why the most common type of nut butter is almond, which is often referred to as the “milk” of the nut butter industry.
But that’s not all.
Here’s how to make your favorite nut butter melt in every bite!
If you’re not familiar with the term “macadamias”, they’re the hard, creamy nuts you’ll find in most supermarket nuts.
(They’re also called “mangoes”, because they’re mostly eaten as a snack.)
The flavor of the nuts varies depending on where you buy them, but they’re usually a light, nutty, slightly sweet nutty flavor.
You can also find them in specialty nut shops.
But most nut butter comes from the same suppliers, so they’re also all the same.
So it’s important to look up which brand is best for your particular preferences.
We have some recommendations for making your favorite nuts melt in a spoonful.
But if you want to be sure to use the same brand, check out our article on the best nuts for baking.