This is my variation of the ‘fluffernutter’ which is a sandwich made with peanut butter and marshmallow fluff usually served on white bread. I decided to make almond & cashew butter cookies and sandwich them with marshmallow cream in the center. Hello delicious! The cookies are so soft and the marshmallow cream is so smooth – it’s like the s’mores cousin.
Pancakes are the perfect food to bring the whole family together, especially when they’re made with Bestie Almond & Cashew butter! Plump, juicy blueberries balance out the Bestie nut butter’s salty flavor, leaving you with a taste that’s sweet, nutty, buttery, and completely delicious. Best of all, these extra-fluffy pancakes are perfect for stacking high and topping with extra blueberries, crushed almonds and cashews, maple syrup, and Bestie drizzle! They’re the fun, tasty way to have breakfast, and they’re packed with protein too.
If you’re looking for decadent, dessert-style pancakes for a special occasion brunch or even dessert, these are a must-try! I’m always tempted to order things like Peanut Butter Cup Pancakes or Ice Cream Sundae Pancakes when I see them on a menu, but these Chocolate Hazelnut Pancakes are easy enough to make at home, come together in under 30 minutes, and rival anything you’d get at a restaurant. When serving, you could also add a handful of chopped toasted hazelnuts on top to highlight the flavor of hazelnut.
Peanut butter + chocolate + donuts = delicious.
While I’m not technically a mathematician, I feel fairly certain that the above equation and the below recipe will tickle your taste buds. Starting with the basic format of a Boston Cream Donut, these sweet specimens are filled with a peanut butter cream filling instead of custard, resulting in a singularly delicious finished product.
The creamy peanut butter filling is the perfect texture and flavor complement to the airy yeast-raised donuts. The chocolate topping unites both of these elements and makes these donuts truly memorable.
Oh, and by the way, these donuts just so happen to be vegan. So if you avoid animal products, you can break into a happy dance right this instant; even if you’re not vegan, there’s no doubt that you will rejoice once you’ve sampled the rich, full-bodied flavor of these donut delights.
Dark chocolate peanut butter protein pancakes drizzled with Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter, Smooth Operator peanut butter, peanuts, and chocolate chips makes for a delicious stack of pancakes.
The name of this dessert comes from the fact that all ingredients are literally dumped into a dish and baked – no stirring required! Somewhere between a fruit cobbler and a cake, it’s delicious and surprisingly addictive. In addition to the classic components of crushed pineapple and cherry pie filling, this version also includes peanut butter and bananas, drawing inspiration from a banana split. Serve this cake warm topped with a generous dollop of whipped cream and a maraschino cherry, and for nutty crunch, you could add a sprinkling of chopped honey-roasted peanuts.