Peanut butter fans, you're going to love this. You can now buy a peanut butter maker on Amazon so 'you can make delicious, natural peanut butter in your home anytime.'
Peanut butter is some of our favorite foods where once you have a little bit of it, you'll want more.
Though peanut butter is readily available almost anywhere in the stores, the financial responsibilities have a habit of limiting our peanut butter-based creativity.
Almost every consumer would happily sample commercial peanut butter, a Shake Shack peanut butter burger, or jelly toasties. But why risk a miserable failure when you could enjoy a homemade, safe, and delicious treat?
Smart NBM400 Peanut Butter Maker is a game-changer for frugal peanut fans everywhere.
With this device, everyone can make an almost unlimited supply of a homemade, gloriously gooey peanut spread at the comfort of your home. You only need a few ingredients, and the machine will automate the entire process.
The official product description reads:
"Now you can make delicious, natural peanut butter at home anytime. The Peanut Butter Maker makes it fast and easy to whip up a variety of nut butter."
"Simply pour your favorite shelled and chopped nuts into the nut bin, turn the unit on, add oil, and out comes fresh nut butter! Homemade peanut and other nut butter are healthier and taste better than store-bought. You can enjoy your freshly made nut butters plain, or add sweeteners and spices like honey, chocolate, sugar, cinnamon, salt, and more."
Many shoppers have described the machine as a "great gadget" and a "fantastic piece of kit!" It's currently retailing for under £50 on Amazon.
However, the machine has received negative comments from some shoppers, with one disgruntled reviewer writing:
"Very noisy, not very efficient. The machine constantly overheated and shut down, meaning that it took all morning just for a small jar of butter. We gave up on it when smoke poured out of the side, and the peanut butter tasted of burned metal. I would not recommend this machine."
Perhaps we shouldn't completely give up on the peanut butter industry just yet.