Powdered Peanut Butter

Powdered Peanut Butter is ideal for people who tend to eat too much peanut butter.

I'm a fan of PB&Me, especially the chocolate hazelnut flavour (it's only 25 calories per tablespoon). It's like powdered nutella! Just add water to enjoy it as a spread.

The folks at PB&Me have removed 90% of the fat from the peanuts... that is why it's so low in calories.

You can also use it as a gluten free flour replacement in baking (i.e. brownies, cookies, cakes).

It's available in a variety of flavour options (original peanut butter, chocolate hazelnut).


I'm also a huge fan of PB2. It's available in chocolate peanut butter and natural flavours. It contains 85% less fat calories than regular peanut butter. It has no artificial flavours or sweeteners. Just mix it with water to create a peanut butter mixture.


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