Cinnamon Almond Butter {+6 Healthy Reasons to Eat Celery}

Healthy Recipe: Cinnamon Almond Butter |

Celery has long been used for medicinal purposes, dating back to the 9th century. The first recorded use of celery as food was in France in 1623 and then later in the 19th century it was introduced to the United States. During this time period, celery became an exotic food important to the “class” conscious consumer.

Serving celery at your dinner party was a sign of socioeconomic status. This vegetable was so important it was often displayed in a “celery vase” with a prominent presentation on the table. Although we don’t think of celery as medicine or even as a sign of status anymore, its health benefits cannot be denied.

6 Healthy Reasons To Eat Celery

♥ ONE Celery is an excellent source of Vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin that allows your blood to clot, protects bones from fracture, prevents bone loss and calcification of the arteries.

Healthy Recipe: Cinnamon Almond Butter |♥ TWO Celery is rich in compounds known as coumarins, which are useful in cancer prevention, enhancing the activity of white blood cells and alleviating migraines.

♥ THREE Celery serves as a great electrolyte replacement as it is very good source of potassium and sodium.

♥ FOUR Celery has the phytochemical phthalides which lowers blood pressure by relaxing the muscle tissue in artery walls and increasing blood flow.

♥ FIVE Celery is a source of silicon, a nutrient important for bone health that helps renew joints, bones and connective tissue.

♥ SIX Celery also has acetylenics and phenolic acids which has shown to stop or block the growth of cancer cells.

Sources: The Encyclopedia of Healing FoodsThe 150 Healthiest Foods on EarthSavory Suppers and Fashionable Feast

Cinnamon Almond Butter

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1 Cup

Serving Size: 2 Tbsp.



  1. In a high-powered blender or food processor add almonds.
  2. Pulse until finely ground.
  3. Add cinnamon, sea salt, stevia and pulse again.
  4. Turn blender on medium-low and drizzle in oil.
  5. Slowly increase blender speed until almond butter is smooth.
  6. May have to use a tamper or stop and stir a few times.


Store tightly covered in refrigerator.

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  1. Natasha says

    this might be a weird question… but where did you get the little glass jar? I have been wanting some jars like that for awhile now but cannot find them!

    PS… recipe looks DELISH and I will be trying it in the future =)

    • HealthyLivingHowTo says

      You will need to add a little bit of oil to get it to come together. Coconut oil works great as well.

  2. Marna Oliver says

    Do the almonds need to be soaked or does it matter? When I make almond milk, I always soak them first. Love your recipes and all the wonderful advice you give both here and on FB.

  3. Melissa says

    Had a nice helping of celery (and carrots and peppers) last night with a homemade buffalo chicken burger. (Used your revolution rolls for the buns.) Yummy! One of the crazy diets I’ve been on in the past told me not to eat celery. Why would any healthy eating plan tell you to NOT eat a veggie??!! Glad I’ve gotten wiser as I’ve gotten older.

  4. Nathalia Chadwick says

    Love the idea of making my own nut butter. I’m only using date syrup and paste for sweetening foods. Will that work for this? I hope so because this sounds really yummy.


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