Mapo tofu is a Szechuan dish usually made with ground pork stir fried with leeks then simmered with tofu in a spicy sauce spiked with Szechuan peppercorns. Adding peanut butter into the mix turns the sauce into a rich, flavorful gravy that’s perfect for soaking up with a bowl of white rice. I like to serve it with chopped spicy peanuts to add a crunchiness that complements the crispy pork and soft spicy tofu.

This scrumptious banana bread gets a boost of sweetness and a hint of nutty flavor with the addition of our honey peanut butter. A generous sprinkle of coarsely chopped peanuts on top provides the moist bread an irresistible contrast of texture you’ll want to gobble up. This is one recipe you’ll want to save your overripe bananas for!

Jazz up your fruit with this delicious and easy to make chocolate peanut butter dip. This dip makes for a perfect afternoon snack with everyone’s favorite flavors of peanut butter and chocolate. It’s also a great dip for a party because you can make it ahead of time and when you’re ready to serve it just slice up some apples, strawberries, or oranges for a delicious, healthy snack.

From our new cookbook 31 Days of Dark Chocolate Dreams comes the perfect Valentine’s Day recipe, chocolate peanut butter truffles!

Learn how to prepare the simple centers then coat the chocolate shell in anything you want. From peanuts and cocoa powder to red and white sprinkles, the tasty possibilities are endless.

Celebrate Peanut Butter Lover’s Month with Triple Peanut Butter Cupcakes!

The cupcake batter is blended with peanut butter and peanut butter chips, and topped with a sweet, creamy peanut butter frosting after baking. A garnish of peanuts and sea salt adds some extra nutty crunch.

This cupcake is the perfect peanut butter trifecta!

The idea for this cake was inspired by a buttery caramel apple upside down cake I made last year. I wanted to take the same idea but transform it into an incredible rich, dense peanut butter cake underneath the layer of apples. I love peanut butter and apples together! And boy, this cake does not disappoint combining the two. Each bite is impeccably soft, moist, and full of peanut butter and juicy sweet apples.

The apples sit in a pool of homemade caramel as the peanut butter cake bakes on top. Once the cake is done, invert it on a large serving plate to reveal the gorgeous sliced apples on top, decorated with lots of crunchy peanuts. Grab your glass of milk because you will need it after one bite of this rich decadent cake!

Everyone knows that peanut butter and carrots are always a great pairing… so why not update the classic carrot layer cake by adding sweet Mighty Maple peanut butter to the traditional cream cheese frosting?
The end result is both delicious and impressive – three towering layers of moist, spicy carrot cake with plump golden raisins, all enclosed in swirls of tangy, maply frosting. The only downside is that you’ll be tempted to eat it all on your own, which is probably not a very good idea!
While layer cakes might seem a little intimidating, they’re actually much easier than you’d think. This one in particular is a great one for beginners – the sturdy layers of cake stack beautifully, and I’ve added a decorative garnish of chopped honey roasted peanuts that do wonders for disguising even the most imperfect of frosting jobs.

The Heat is On Peanut Butter is the star of this dish. I love the spicy flavor and even added barbecue peanuts for an extra special fiery kick. I serve these burritos at summer BBQs and my family loves the addition of creamy potatoes instead of the usual black bean filling. Sweet cherry tomatoes, colorful bell peppers and red onion complement the spiciness of each bite. Corn tortillas work great for this dish as well!

Spicy Peanut Butter Potato Burritos