PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter,6.5 oz
- 85% less fat calories
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Flavor: Regular | Size: 6.5-Ounce
This product contains peanut proteins.
Food sensitivity: No artificial flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives.
This product contains peanut proteins.
Roasted peanuts, sugar, and salt. Nutrition facts: Calories 45"Calories From Fat 13"Total Fat 1.5 g 2%"Saturated Fat 0 g 0%"Trans Fat <0.01 g"Polyunsaturated Fat"Monounsaturated Fat"Cholesterol <0.01 mg 0%"Sodium 94 mg 4%"Total Carbohydrates 5 g 2%"Dietary Fiber 2 g 8%"Sugars 1 g"Protein 5 g"Vitamin A <1%"Vitamin C 0%"Calcium <1%"Iron 0% Nutrition notes: *Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Recommended use: Mix 2 tbsp of PB2 with 1 tbsp of water and stir until smooth. Prepare as needed.
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Top Customer Reviews
The only problem with ordering it from Amazon is they have an obvious pricing mistake, I can get this from other websites for $3.99 a jar, even if your an amazon prime member and get free shipping here, you will still save a lot ordering it elsewhere.
You can even get it from the manufactures website for much cheaper.
I called the company and the suggested retail price is approx. $4.00 per jar.
The reg. version of PB2 does have a roasted peanut taste to it, so it's not quite like regular PB, you don't get the salty sweeter taste of Jiff or Skippy. JUST the roasted peanut taste. But it's quickly adapted to. And the Chocolate version (which I was more skeptical of) was even better! You can eat either one right after you mix them with water, but I think they're best when added to something else.
First of all I like to mix a base of reg PB2 with the chocolate version since I prefer a bit more of the nutty flavor to the chocolate. When just eating the chocolate my first thought was this would be great on whole wheat with a smear of marshmallow creme. And I don't even like marshmallow creme. But I will probably try it out one day to see if I'm right.
Either spread works great on fruit. I've tried apples and bananas so far. I also tried a PB&J with reduced calorie jelly and it worked very well. Good enough to replace the high calorie reg. PB&J sandwiches.
It might sound strange but one combo I REALLY like is to scoop a bit of the powdered PB onto a fat free potato chip (I use Pringles fat free sour cream) and no there wasn't a taste clash or anything.Read more ›
Buy the product but buy it anywhere else.
At 55, I'm blessed to be in great shape and have tried to stop eating peanut butter all together but it's impossible. So I'm here to order four more jars of what I consider to be a miracle: PB2! Mix it with jelly (even margarine or a little butter) and enjoy an extremely low fat, old fashioned peanut butter sandwich.
TASTE: If you are accustomed to low-salt or raw products, the taste will be fine. If someone in the house balks at the taste, you can toss in a dash of fine sea salt or honey (agave works well too). You could easily mix PB2 with PB to wean onto this gradually.
TEXTURE: Mixes fast and is very smooth (surprisingly). From the jar, it's similar in consistency to powdered sugar. Open factory seal on jar carefully so it doesn't fly out (trust me).
MIXING: Easily mixes using a small spoon or spatula in a gently sloping small bowl (I use a pinch bowl)
USAGE: PB2 has recipes on their website (Bell Plantation) and they also sell a chocolate/pb product. I'm a fan of straight PB2 (a spoon by itself) but have had PB2 on crackers, sprinkled on banana/apple slices, and am looking forward to making homemade PB2 ice cream this summer.
STORAGE: I was a bit disappointed at shelf life projection. As a dry product, it should last for years but the company says 10-12 months unopened and 4-6 opened. I would prefer to buy the larger sizes or a case to save more.
COST: It can be obtained cheaper elsewhere (like on the PB2 website) but I had free shipping purchases to offset the cost. I wanted to try just one jar before committing to a larger sized container from the company. If you purchase natural products, the price won't be such a shock.
BIGGEST PROS: lower calorie and fat content - hands down the best. Dogs like it too ;)
BIGGEST CONS: high cost and not a product you can 'make ahead' very successfully (though this could be considered a "PRO" because it helps with portion control. I make it as needed.
This product will not change your life, but it will satisfy your peanut butter cravings.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tastes a little weird, but it's a better alternative for my protein shakes than regular peanut butter so I shall survivePublished 6 days ago by Kayla
This was a cheap "add on" through Amazon so perhaps that is why the expiration date is barely 3 months away. Disappointed it doesn't have a longer shelf life.Published 8 days ago by Shassy