Powdered peanut butter might sound like one of those crazy frankenfoods we're constantly warned to stay away from, but this often passed-over grocery store item is actually a yummy — and pretty healthy — way to add a little pep to some of your more traditional recipes.
Let's break it down, shall we?
Roasted peanuts, sugar and salt. This product is vegan and vegetarian-friendly, and dairy and gluten-free.
It resembles peanut flour. The texture is very, very fine and very smooth.
The flavor of powdered peanut butter is milder than real peanut butter. You still get that great peanut flavor but with a lighter flavor, though it is still very satisfying and very good.
Per the directions on the package, you mix 2 tablespoons of powdered peanut butter with 1 tablespoon of liquid. I tried water, and I also tried mixing it with almond milk. Both were delicious. Once prepared this looks just like real peanut butter, and it can be used just as regular peanut butter would be used.
Some of the ways I used it:
There are two things that I really love about powdered peanut butter. First, it blends easily into other recipes and even smoothies. Second, its nutritional value. Check out this side by side comparison of my favorite peanut butter versus powdered peanut butter
Real peanut butter:
Powdered peanut butter:
The powdered version of peanut butter has a significant difference in nutritional value compared with real peanut butter. I will still enjoy eating both regular peanut butter and the powdered version, but if you are watching fat, calories, sugar, etc., this is a wonderful substitute to have on hand.
If you are ready to try it, here are a few recipes that incorporate powdered peanut butter.
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