In a Nutshell: Peanut Flour vs Powdered Peanut Butter

March is National Flour Month and we thought this was the perfect time talk about the differences between peanut flour and powdered peanut butter. Powdered peanut butter is a popular item that keeps showing up on grocery store shelves. Many of you all may be adding it to your smoothies or oatmeal in the morning for a little extra added protein. Many chefs are using peanut flour which is less available to the public in their sauces and baked goods. Both are nutritious and naturally gluten-free.

Peanut Flour vs. Powdered Peanut Butter

Peanut Flour: Are Crushed and defatted peanuts made into a flour form. Peanut flour is available in multiple roasts and the fat content varies from 12% to 28%.

Powdered Peanut Butter: Are Ground peanuts into a flour form usually with added ingredients like sweeteners or salt and came come in several flavors.

Here are a few of our favorite recipes that use peanut flour or powdered peanut butter.

Peanut Berry Waffle

Peanut Flour Pancakes

Magical Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut Fried Chicken

If you are interested in learning more about peanut flour or powdered peanut butter and where you can purchase it, please visit our website.

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