Peanut butter was always a staple food in my home. It’s inexpensive and it’s packed full of nutrients. Plus, there are so many different types of recipes that have peanut butter as the main ingredient, in naming them all I would sound like Bubba sounding off shrimp recipes. This little legume is a powerhouse packed with protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. While peanut butter may be a high-fat food, it is really good for you. Monosaturated fats help promote heart health, and the combination of the protein and fiber help you stay satiated for a longer period of time. In fact, 1.5 ounces of peanut butter may reduce your risk of heart disease.
This decadent twist on a healthy snack satisfies three cravings: apples, chocolate, and peanut butter.
Cheesecake lovers rejoice! This rich, silky treat is mixed with utterly nutty creamy peanut butter that will make your heart sing with happiness.
These classic cookies never go out of style. Bake some for yourself or add a treat to the kiddos or SO’s lunch. Mmmmmmm. And breathe in that delicious aroma of your peanut butter cookies baking. Bake your cookies on a quality pan to ensure they don’t stick!
Need a boost during your day? You need to try this recipe. It’s easy to veganize by substituting honey with maple syrup. Try not to eat them all when you’re making these!
This is the mother of all peanut butter cakes. Guaranteed to satisfy every sweet tooth, on several levels. You’ll get your cake fix, peanut butter fix, chocolate fix, and candy fix in one dessert! Bake your cake in a heavy duty nonstick cake pan so you don’t ruin this ooey-gooey treat.