Summer is coming to an end and now it is time to get geared up for the school year. Whether school is virtual or in person, everyone still needs to eat! We know kiddos love delicious meals and snacks. Not only do kids (and parents!) love the taste of peanut butter, a two-tablespoon serving has 8 grams of protein and 2 grams of filling fiber to help power through each day.
I set out to create the most delicious, creamy, peanut buttery milkshake ever. It took about 5 tries, but I believe I’ve done it! Here's how to make a peanut butter milkshake everyone will love.
As the president and owner of Crazy Richard’s Peanut Butter company, Kimmi Wernli noticed a snacking trend and took one of her family’s favorite recipes and launched a new product. Wholly Rollies™ all natural, frozen protein balls are available through e-commerce, sold at retailers nationwide and will soon be in the freezer case at more than 3000 Walmart stores.
As part of our year-long Spreading Good initiative, we’ll be cooking for a good cause with Christina Tosi, chef, founder, and owner of Milk Bar. Proceeds from the virtual event will benefit the non-profit, The Birthday Party Project. Let’s put those peanut butter cravings to good use!
Have you wondered what is the best way to swap out ingredients? Well I’m here to provide a list of ideas to make the perfect peanut butter swaps! Below are some amazing options for using peanut butter in place of another ingredient. Peanut butter and peanuts can be a great addition to sandwiches, smoothies, dips, breakfasts, soups, baked goods, and more. Elevate your meals with these delicious peanut butter swaps!
Rumor has it we are all craving comfort foods during this difficult time. And why wouldn't we? Just biting into a comfort food takes you back to a time when you felt happy and nourished, loved and cared for. It's hard to argue with that kind of power.
If you love peanut butter as much as we do, then you've probably been eating even more of it recently. But wait, don’t throw those jars away because we’ve got some fun ideas for you to reuse them.
After working from home for a while, it’s easy for you and the family to get into a snacking rut and nosh on the same go-tos. A satisfying snack packs in flavor, diverse textures, and good fat, protein and fiber that will keep you going from conference call to home schooling and back again.
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