Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog

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!

Sometimes it’s fun to recreate nostalgic treats. You know, the fun cookies, cakes, and candies that you used to love to get at the store as a kid on special occasions? New memories are formed and old are remembered when you get into the kitchen and whip together some of your favorites. These Homemade Peanut Butter Mallomars are a variation of the Mallomars you may have picked up down the cookie aisle back in the day. However, these are made (dare I say?) even better with the help of peanut butter! With a peanut butter cookie instead of the traditional shortbread you’ve got a fun twist on an old favorite!

Pasta isn’t just for dinner anymore, and this Chocmeister Lasagna proves it! A delicious confection of lasagna noodles, homemade cannoli cream, marshmallows, and Chocmeister milk chocolatey spread, this unexpected dessert is guaranteed to make mouths water. My trick to making this extra fast and easy is to use oven-ready lasagna noodles. That way, there’s no advance boiling! Just make the cannoli cream, assemble your dish, and off to the oven it goes. Sweet, creamy, decadent, and exploding with chocolate–everyone is going to love this dish.

This bunny cake is the bee’s knees–literally. This adorable and super-sweet Easter cake is made using rich, honey-infused The Bee’s Knees peanut butter!
Everyone will hop to attention when they see how you’ve dressed up a retro Easter cake with the addition of peanut butter. The light honey-kissed flavor of The Bee’s Knees gives the cake a crave-worthy peanut buttery flavor, which works beautifully with the luscious buttercream frosting and generous smattering of coconut on top. Finished off with Easter candy decorations, this is certainly a sweet treat that is bound to put a spring in your step.

Happy PB&J Day! To celebrate our favorite day of the year, our friends at Bonne Maman helped us create this twist on the all-American classic. You can make your own chocolate babka, or for a quick and easy treat, just pick up a freshly baked on at your local bakery. Enjoy!

Happy PB&J Day! Honey Peanut Butter & Raspberry Chocolate Babka Toast