Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog

Do you ever want a sweet treat without the guilt? Look no further! This Peanut Butter ‘Nice’ Cream with Peanut Butter Magic Shell is exactly what you’re looking for. You’ve heard of ‘nice cream’ before I’m sure (that’s dairy-free, vegan ice cream made from bananas, if you haven’t!), but have you had it with the Peanut Butter & Co. Mighty Nut Pure Peanut? Not only are you getting a sweet frozen treat, but now you can have it with added protein! But wait. The fun doesn’t stop there! Everyone loves a little bit of chocolate on their ice cream right? Did you know you can make your own ‘magic shell’ right at home? It’s a whole lot better than the store bought version and amped up with even more peanut butter goodness!

Summer gives us lots of reasons to feel patriotic, so why not show it with a delicious Peanut Butter Poke Flag Cake! Deceptively easy and insanely fun to prepare, this is a wonderfully tasty cake that can be mastered by any skill level. Made with a from-scratch vanilla cake that’s poked with holes and filled with a luscious Bee’s Knees peanut butter filling, it’s an indulgent treat that everyone will be clamoring over. For extra ease frost it with store-bought icing, then cover in blueberries and raspberries in the shape of the American flag! It’s bright, cheery, and delicious, just like all summertime food should be.

if you are what you eat, then why not be adorable and sweet? These kawaii character donuts have got what it takes to make this National Donut Day the cutest and tastiest one you’ve ever experienced.

Believe it or not, they’re relatively virtuous, as donuts go, featuring a baked donut recipe from our recipe archives. They’re coated with a simple glaze made using The Mighty Nut peanut butter powder, confectioners’ sugar, and milk, and then decorated to resemble kawaii-like creatures. You may have trouble deciding whether you want to cuddle with them or eat them, but trust me, you’ll be rewarded if you choose the latter: these peanut buttery donuts are as crave-worthy as they are coo-worthy.

Everyone likes sneaking spoonfuls of peanut butter cookie dough straight from the bowl, but we’re in love with the way Nourished, The Blog managed to make that experience a healthy one! No-bake cookie dough dips are all over our Instagram feeds, so we’re happy to share this one with you! This one also happens to be gluten-free, and can be easily adapted to being vegan. Wholesome oats and delicious Smooth Operator peanut butter join a secret ingredient for a dip that’s equal part healthy and delicious, and excellent with apples, pretzels, or just a spoon straight from the food processor.

If you’ve got a roll of crescent dough knocking around one of your fridge drawers, Erin from Brownie Bites has a speedy main course (or quick appetizer!) that’s pretty much perfect for busy weeknights. Shredded chicken is mixed with Peanut Butter & Co. Old-Fashioned Crunchy peanut butter, fresh lime juice, and ginger for a protein-packed meal. We’d love this with a cool and crispy veggie slaw, or all on its own! Getting hungry?

Food hybrids are a great way to get creative in the kitchen, and this Smooth Operator Chocolate Chip “Wookie” is no exception! Part waffle, part cookie, this unique treat combines the crispy crunchy goodness of a cookie with the fluffy, doughy insides of waffle. It’s the best of both worlds in one delightful package, and it’s easier to make than you think! Ready in just 30 minutes, this is an easy recipe to prepare whenever you craving something sweet. This freezes incredibly well – simply warm them in the toaster oven for 5 minutes – and just like a cookie, they’re best enjoy with a giant glass of ice-cold milk.

Everyone LOVES rice crispy treats. Well, maybe not everyone. I know that I certainly do—they’re one of my favorite easy desserts. Because I also love Chocmeister Milk Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread, I wanted to marry the two together. I feel like it was a match made in heaven – these treats are delightful. They are also a little healthier than traditional rice crispy treats (which I’m sure you noticed) and so you can feel a little less guilty. Share these with friends, family, neighbors, or co-workers. They’ll all love them! Also, if you can’t find brown rice syrup, you can also substitute Karo syrup instead. Works just the same, just not as healthy!

Chocolate Hazelnut Rice Crispy Treats