Say adios to extra fat and calories, and indulge in these easy and dreamy peanut butter powder recipes.
They’re nutty, scrummy, and some are even savory!
I could happily eat anything with peanut butter all day long. But it’s not the healthiest ingredient.
Peanut butter powder, though, is healthier and tastes exactly the same!
Made from roasted, ground peanuts, it can have up to 85% less fat than regular peanut butter. And it can be used in everything from cookies to noodles.
Seriously, one bite (or sip) of these peanut butter powder recipes, and you’ll be hooked!
25 Easy Recipes with Peanut Butter Powder
Let’s start with a healthy twist on a classic cookie. Because as much as I love peanut butter cookies, they’re usually loaded with calories.
Luckily, you’re just five ingredients away from a peanut butter cookie your body will thank you for.
Chewy, soft, and oh-so-nutty, they’re just what you want in a treat.
Oh, and thanks to the oat flour, they’re gluten-free too!
Note: PB2 is a brand of powdered peanut butter. It’s my fave, but you can use any brand for all these recipes.
Just remember to double-check the nutrient contents, as some brands add sugar and salt.
We’ve all had our fair share of chalky, undesirable protein shakes. Thankfully, peanut powder is here to save the day.
Peanut butter, chocolate, and banana are a classic trio, and this healthy protein shake is proof.
Great for all ages, it’s super filling and deliciously sweet.
For an extra healthy addition, sneak in some green before blending. You’ll never notice it behind the delicious flavors in this shake.
These may look like peanut butter mousse cups, but they’re actually Greek yogurt cups.
Loaded with protein and delectable peanut butter, it’s a super simple but very healthy way to start your day.
It’s like eating dessert for breakfast! In fact, you could even serve them with some of those peanut butter cookies crumbled on top. Yum!
Speaking of dessert: this mug cake is my new obsession. It’s sinfully sweet, and since it’s a single serving, it prevents overindulging.
Peanut butter powder acts as the flour, which you’ll mix with your choice of milk, baking powder, and Stevia drops before microwaving.
Add chocolate or peanut butter chips for added yumminess. Or just drizzle with a bit of caramel to serve.
What could be better than a slice of banana bread to start your day? How about peanut butter and banana bread?
Loaded with chewy oats, sweet, overripe bananas, and powdered peanut butter, it’s scrumptious and pretty darn healthy too.
Feel free to throw in some chopped nuts or chocolate chips. Yum!
Anyone craving a big stack of pancakes? If you said yes, look no further!
Healthy eating doesn’t mean you have to forego all the good things in life! And these fluffy protein flapjacks with peanut butter powder are beyond divine.
If you want an extra dose of peanut butter, mix some PB2 with maple syrup before serving.
🎶 It’s peanut butter jelly time,
Peanut butter jelly time! 🎶
If you prefer strawberry jelly on your PB&J sandwich, this is the smoothie for you.
It has double the protein with peanut and vanilla protein powder. Blend those with frozen strawberries and milk, and you’re done!
Make this as thick or thin as you like, and dig in.
Some people prefer hot breakfasts, while others prefer breakfast on the go. For the latter, these healthy muffins are a fantastic option!
Get a healthy dose of protein with creamy and powdered peanut butter. Just mix in a few extra pantry staples, and they’re ready to bake!
The peanut powder acts as the flour, so they’re totally gluten-free. And while the chocolate chips are optional, I highly recommend adding them.
Ever since they swept the internet, I’ve been obsessed with hot cocoa and coffee bombs.
This recipe features a mix of cocoa and peanut powder for a Reese’s-like flavor you’ll swoon over.
Add some more hot cocoa goodies in the chocolate ball, and get ready to drop them into hot milk.
These make great holiday gifts, so make double!
How incredibly indulgent do these vegan parfaits look? Just imagine serving these after a family feast!
I don’t know what I love the most – the dreamy peanut butter mousse or the chocolate and sea salt crumbles.
Featuring naturally sweet and caramelly dates, heart-healthy oats, rich cacao, coconut cream, and PB2, these babies are heavenly.
I will happily overdose on overnight oats. In fact, I’ve yet to find a flavor I don’t love!
And hot or cold, these peanut butter oats are divine.
Layer oats, powdered peanut butter, chia seeds, and cocoa nibs in a jar and seal it tight.
Make a bunch of these at once and keep them in a cool, dry place until you’re ready to add the milk.
Then, the night before you want them, add some milk and mix. How’s that for a leisurely brekky?
Brunch just got a whole lot better! Show up with this beautiful baked French toast, and you’ll be a crowd favorite.
Peanut butter and strawberries are a match made in heaven. It’s so good you may just think you’re eating dessert for breakfast.
Oh, and don’t skip out on the peanut butter and strawberry sauce. Trust me, it’s beyond delicious.
Crunchy granola moms have done it again!
Making your own granola is incredibly simple and way cheaper than the store-bought stuff.
Just mix oats with nuts, peanut butter powder, and honey until clumpy. Then bake until golden brown, and enjoy!
Protein-packed granola is an excellent way to start your day. Add it to vanilla yogurt for a delicious breakfast done right!
Once you’ve tried this homemade peanut caramel sauce, you’ll never want store-bought again.
This isn’t the healthiest recipe on this list, but it may be the best.
Brown sugar, heavy cream, and peanut powder unite to create what I call “heaven on earth.”
This buttery, rich peanut butter caramel is delicious on just about any dessert. Better yet, drizzle it over those pancakes above!
If you’re on the hunt for a luxurious dessert the whole family will love, stop scrolling.
This decadent upside-down cake starts with a layer of sliced bananas and caramel.
Over that, you’ll pour a simple cake batter infused with powdered peanut butter.
When baked, it’s light, fluffy, nutty, and wonderfully sweet, thanks to the caramelized bananas. It’s a winner at any occasion.
Apples and peanut butter are a delicious duo. If you agree, you have to try this dip!
A blend of Greek yogurt, honey, and peanut butter powder, it’s perfectly sweet, simple, and a scrumptious afternoon snack.
Loads of protein and a little fruit go a long way on a busy day.
Remember what a treat it was to lick the spoon after making cookie dough as a kid?
Well, now you can have your cookie dough and eat it too!
The author of this recipe calls these “bliss balls,” and I totally agree. They’re packed with peanut butter flavor and chocolate chips, too!
They’re the perfect pick-me-up at any time of day.
Creamy peanut butter ice cream is the treat of the century. And it’s even better when it’s low in fat!
With just heavy cream, PB2, and sweetened condensed milk, this couldn’t be more straightforward.
Add mini peanut butter cups if you want that iconic chocolate and peanut butter flavor.
We’ve all felt that 2 o’clock slump when you just can’t focus and feel like a nap. Luckily, these delicious energy bites are here to keep you going.
You only need five ingredients: peanut butter powder, water, honey, oats, and chocolate chips.
If you want a bit more flavor, a dash of cinnamon or vanilla powder.
I promised some of these recipes would be savory, so here we go!
This Thai salad is bright, crunchy, and overloaded with flavor. Between the mango and spicy peanut dressing, it might even be my fave!
For real, the dressing is so delicious I could eat it on its own!
And while there’s no meat in the mix (feel free to add some), it’s incredibly filling.
Try this stunning chicken stew if you want something more hearty.
There’s loads of spices to balance the sweetness of the peanut butter powder. It coats the chicken and veggies perfectly, making every bite drool-worthy.
Serve on a bed of rice or cauliflower rice for an extra serving of veggies.
You can’t beat a tasty noodle dinner when you’re watching your calories. And this mix of carrots, bell peppers, and cabbage with noodles is always a hit.
What makes it so tasty? The secret is in the sauce!
Nutty and umami-rich, it’s too good to miss.
For an even healthier dish, opt for zucchini or sweet potato noodles instead!
Takeout may be easy, but there’s also no way of really knowing how many calories you’re digging into.
So, why not make takeout at home with this skinny noodle recipe?
Shirataki noodles tossed in a spicy ginger and peanut sauce with stir-fried veggies and chicken is a dish everyone will want seconds of.
If you’re like me, you have a hard time saying no to a second donut. But with this recipe, you can go in for seconds and even thirds if you want!
Made with oat flour, peanut butter powder, and vegan butter, there’s no fretting over these sweets.
The frosting is made with peanut butter and vegan chocolate, so it’s not super healthy.
But hey, we all deserve a treat now and then!
Who can resist a chocolate cupcake with peanut butter frosting? If you can, you’re stronger than me.
Only four ingredients are required for this buttercream: butter, peanut butter, peanut powder, and powdered sugar.
With both peanut butter and powder, it’s nice and sturdy. This makes it flavorful and perfect for piping.
That said, it’s also pretty tasty on donuts!
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