Low in fat & calories. If you are a peanut butter lover, you’ll enjoy healthy peanut butter powder’s calorie cut. PB Fit has 75 percent less fat and 66 percent fewer calories than normal peanut butter from Jif or Adams Natural. If you want to take the math a little further, PB Fit also has 75 percent fewer calories from fat. It is a simple low calorie peanut butter substitute that tastes as good (some even say better) than the original.
It’s full of protein and fiber. Powdered peanut butter still contains the important benefits of peanuts—it is full of protein and fiber essential to any diet. Find out more benefits of powdered peanut butter here. Protein is necessary for muscle growth and maintenance, especially if you work out frequently causing your body to need more protein to sustain your energy levels and healthy growth.
Peanut powder can mimic peanut butter flavor in your smoothies without getting clumpy in the blender blades. It can be added to already-creamy bases — like yogurt, cereal and milk and puddings — for a nutty punch. And better yet, peanut flour functions as a white flour substitute in many recipes, which, beyond adding terrific flavor, can transform your favorite cookies into gluten-free versions.
Recipes to use Powdered Peanut Butter:
Apple Dip: Spoon 3 tablespoons of peanut butter powder into a small bowl. While stirring, slowly add water until you reach your desired consistency. Add a pinch of salt and a drop of honey to adjust flavor if you like. Perfect for dipping apples!
Yogurt Dip: Stir one tablespoon of peanut butter powder into your favorite cup of vanilla Greek yogurt for a snack that tastes super indulgent, without the guilt! Great to eat as a kind of pudding or for dipping fruit.
Ice Cream: Blend 2 frozen bananas with 2 tbsp peanut butter powder. Thin with the milk of your choice until you’ve reached soft serve consistency. Grate dark chocolate on top as a tasty garnish!
Smoothie: Add 4 strawberries, ½ peeled orange, ½ cup low fat Greek yogurt, 1 banana, ½ cup frozen (or 1 cup fresh) spinach, 2 tbsp peanut butter powder, a handful of ice, and filtered water or the milk of your choice to a blender and blend until smooth. A great way to make this smoothie even creamier without adding fat is to use frozen bananas and omit the ice!
4 tbs PB2 Peanut Butter Powder
2 tbs soy sauce
2 tbs rice vinegar
1 tbs sriracha, or more to taste
1 tbs minced garlic
1 tbs minced fresh ginger
juice of 1 lime
Peanut Butter Fudge Cookies. Since you’re not adjusting the amount of fat or moisture in the dish—as you would be if you were swapping out the oil or butter for full-fat peanut butter—it’s very easy to add to a recipe. Just sub in peanut butter powder for 1/3 the amount of flour called for in the recipe. For recipes that call for peanut butter already, simply rehydrate the powdered peanut butter and use the same amount. Recipe HERE
Skinny Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups. Recipe HERE