If you’re a peanut butter lover, you have to try these incredible PB2 recipes. They’re nutty, delicious, and surprisingly versatile.
Peanut butter is thick, creamy, and perfectly sweet and salty. There’s just one problem: it’s loaded with fat and calories.
On average, one tablespoon of peanut butter is around 94 calories! And let’s be honest, who only eats one tablespoon of peanut butter?
Luckily, these PB2 recipes are here to satisfy your hunger – without the guilt.
PB2 is just as tasty as regular peanut butter, but with only 20 calories per tablespoon!
So what are you waiting for? Let’s get to it!
PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter Recipes
1. 3-Ingredient PB2 Protein Peanut Butter Cookies
These peanut butter cookies are low in fat, carbs, and calories; they’re also high in flavor.
They’re super chewy and indulgent, yet they’re only 38 calories a pop.
And yes, it’s possible to make cookies with just three ingredients (PB2, sweetener, and an egg). I know it sounds crazy, but it’s legit!
2. PB2 Overnight Oats
Start your morning with a hearty and healthy meal that tastes like dessert!
These overnight oats are sweet and loaded with flavor from PB2, maple syrup, and vanilla.
Chopped peanuts are also added for crunch, but you can leave those out if you prefer them smooth.
3. PB2 Flourless Chocolate Brownies
Even if you’re not on a diet, I highly recommend these flourless chocolate brownies.
The absence of flour in this recipe is absolutely not a loss. On the contrary, I think it even improves the texture!
Without the flour, these brownies are extra fudgy and chewy.
The combination of cocoa powder, chocolate chips, honey, and PB2 is also a genius idea.
It makes the dessert more indulgent than ever.
4. Banana Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Made with oats, mashed bananas, chocolate chips, and PB2, these morsels are nothing short of heavenly.
They’re sweet, chocolaty, chewy, nutty, and simply spectacular. They’re everything you can ask for in a treat!
5. PB2 Protein Balls (Low-Carb & Keto-Friendly)
These energy balls are like chocolate truffles but with a healthy twist.
Made of raw cacao, coconut shreds, hemp seeds, and PB2, they’re definitely a treat for the taste buds.
The fact that they’ll give you an energy boost is a fun bonus.
6. PB2 Peanut Butter Cups
Good news to all Reese’s PBC lovers! These irresistible cups are crazy easy to make at home.
With a date-based crust at the bottom, creamy peanut butter in the middle, and decadent chocolate on top, these are what sweet dreams are made of.
With this recipe, you’ll get an almost exact replica of the OG candy bar and at a fraction of the calories.
7. Thai Peanut Noodle Salad
Let’s take a quick break from the sweet treats for a while and say hello to this Thai peanut noodle salad!
It’s a colorful mix of noodles, chicken, cabbage, carrots, bell peppers, and peanuts.
But the start has to be the sweet, salty, and creamy peanut sauce.
Once it’s all tossed together, this salad bursts with exotic flavors your taste buds will go gaga over.
8. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pancakes
These pancakes are swirled with peanut butter and studded with chocolate chips. Talk about a breakfast of champions!
They’re tall and fluffy and as scrumptious as you imagine them to be. Pancake heaven, here I come.
The pancakes themselves are already exploding with flavors, but they get even better as they’re drizzled with more chocolate and peanut butter on top.
9. Low-Calorie Peanut Butter Banana Spinach Smoothie
I’m not usually a fan of green smoothies because of their predominantly grassy taste. But this recipe is insanely good.
A perfect blend of soy milk, PB2, banana, and spinach, this smoothie has just the right sweetness, creaminess, and peanut butter and banana flavor.
As for the spinach? If not for the green hue, you wouldn’t even notice it’s there.
10. No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars
Here’s another version of homemade peanut butter cups. Only this time, they’re in bar form.
The shape may be different, but the peanut butter and chocolatey goodness are just as yummy.
The best part is it only requires five simple ingredients and around 10 minutes of prep time.
The hardest part is waiting for it to set in the fridge!
11. Vegan Kale Caesar Salad with Roasted Chickpeas
This salad is as delicious as it is colorful.
I’m not one to pick a salad over, say, a burger. But this one speaks to me.
I mean, just look at it and tell me you don’t want a bite.
It’s a stunning mix of chickpeas, golden beets, kale, red currants, and avocado slices. Wow is an understatement!
The dressing is to die for, too, with a blend of oat milk, mustard, PB2, garlic, capers, sour cream, olive oil, and lemon.
It’s creamy, salty, tart, and savory, all in one impeccable bite.
12. Healthy Peanut Butter Pie
Judging by how delectable this pie looks, it’s hard to believe it’s healthy.
But thanks to wholesome ingredients such as dates, PB2, low-fat cream cheese, and Greek yogurt, it absolutely is.
Just because it’s healthy doesn’t mean it’s a sorry excuse for a pie!
This dessert is complete with a crumbly crust, a smooth and creamy filling, and billowy whipped cream topping!
13. Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
Any recipe with peanut butter and banana is already a guaranteed hit. Case in point: this peanut butter and banana smoothie.
A puree of oats, bananas, PB2, protein powder, and milk, this smoothie is sweet, creamy, and wonderfully thick!
The protein powder gives it an extra dose of nutrition, making it a perfect post-workout drink.
14. 5-Minute Chunky Vegan Queso
Who says vegans can’t have fun at parties? With this chunky vegan queso, they definitely will.
Flavored with PB2, nutritional yeast, soy sauce, and a TON of spices, this queso will absolutely blow you away.
It’s so delectable that it’s hard to believe it’s vegan and nutritious.
15. Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate Bombs
Chocolate bombs have become such a huge hit in the past few years, and for good reason.
They’re not only delicious; they’re also incredibly adorable.
Simply drop a chocolate bomb in a glass of warm milk and watch the magic happen.
When the chocolate melts, it reveals the surprise hiding inside: hot chocolate mix, PB2, and mini-marshmallows. Yum!
16. Skinny Peanut Butter Kettle Corn
Looking for something to munch on during the big game? This peanut butter kettle corn is the ideal recipe.
It’s sweet, crunchy, and covered with peanut butter. It’s basically everything you can ask for in a snack.
What makes it special is that it’s a lot more nutritious than the store-bought kind. So go ahead and devour the bowl – I know you want to.
17. Vegan Peanut Butter Mousse Parfaits
Classic chocolate mousse is excellent, but these peanut butter mousse parfaits are on a whole other level.
With layers of no-bake cookie dough and smooth and airy peanut butter mousse, these parfaits are the bomb!
From their presentation to the taste and textures, this dessert deserves a standing ovation.
18. Peanut Butter Chia Pudding
This pudding looks sinful, but it’s actually super healthy.
Made with chia seeds, dairy-free yogurt, and PB2, this pudding is undeniably delicious and nutritious.
The crunchy seeds paired with the sweet and creamy yogurt blend will give your taste buds such a blast.
Want to make the pudding extra the healthy way? Top it with more PB2 and banana slices!
The health benefits makes it a fantastic breakfast option. But I also don’t mind having it for dessert!
19. Peanut Butter Chocolate Mug Cake
Peanut butter and chocolate cake in a mug? You can’t go wrong with that.
This microwave recipe calls for basic ingredients and super simple, easy-to-follow steps.
In just two minutes, you’ll get to taste the goodness of a rich, decadent chocolate cake that’s made even more phenomenal with peanut butter.
20. No-Churn Peanut Butter Ice Cream
It’s always a good time for ice cream! And this peanut butter ice cream is perfectly sweet and creamy.
Flavored with peanut butter and it’s studded with mini peanut butter cups, it’s beyond addictive.
Best of all, even if you don’t own an ice cream machine, you can still whip up this dessert.
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