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Bell Plantation PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter, 16-Ounce
- May come in a jar
- Ingredients include: Roasted Peanuts, salt, and sugar.
- Is a all-natural product, No Additives, Kosher
- Over 90% of the fat is removed from the peanut
- Works and tastes wonderfully in recipes that call for the use of peanut butter
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Product is vacuum sealed. Powder may appear packed upon first opening the packaging but this is normal.
Roasted peanuts, sugar and salt.
Suggested UseMix 2 tbsp. of PB2 with 1 tbsp. of water and stir until smooth. Prepare as needed.
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Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, back to this product:PB2. It has a very good peanut buttery taste and if you're cooking with it or mixing it in drinks or smoothies (like a banana smoothie), the texture is a non-issue. And having it in these 1 lb packages makes it much more affordable than buying the small jars sold here or directly from PB2's website (where they add $10 shipping). And if you get at least three bags at Amazon, it qualifies for free shipping (it works out to about $8.70/lb). I also ordered the chocolate which is also good (not a strong chocolatey taste, more like a hint of cocoa), but my favorite is still the plain PB2.Read more ›
It's a very fine, dry powder with such an intense peanut flavor that very little goes a long way. A 2-tablespoon (12 gram) serving has only 45 calories and 1.5 grams of fat, but reconstituted with 2 tablespoons of sugar-free grape jam (instead of water), that's enough to coat 2 slices of toast for a sinlessly delicious PB & J. I've also used it successfully to make no-guilt Chinese cold peanut noodle, peanut sauce for chicken, and substituted PB2 everywhere I'd used peanut butter or peanuts in the past. Low calorie, low fat, scrumptious and versatile -- what a concept.
Here is a recipe for a delicious low-cal Chocolate PB2 Bread Pudding:
(4 servings, about 190 calories each)
1/2 cup egg beaters original
1/2 cup Skim milk
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp Vanilla extract
1 tsp Cinnamon
1 Tbsp dry PB2 mix
5-6 slices whole wheat bread (depending on how dry you like it)
2 Tbsp semi-sweet mini chocolate morsels
Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Grease 8x8 pan or individual ramekins.
Whisk egg beaters, milk, sugar, vanilla, cinnamon and PB2 in a medium bowl. Mix well.
Tear bread into small cubes and add to egg mix.
Stir in chocolate morsels.
Pour into baking pan and bake for 20-25 minutes.
Top with sugar-free whipped topping or maple syrup if desired.
It has instructions for the water to power ratio but I like to just mix to my preference. If I feel like a little creamier / smoother, then I add more water and vice versa. Obviously, it's more pricey than the peanut butter you would find at Costco or the supermarket but in addition to being light in weight, it's also 85% less fat than regular peanut butter. I'm planning on packing several ziplocs of this yummy powder with my on my trips so I can have it on my bread for breakfast. The hotels always have jams and jellies but they never offer peanut butter. Now, I'm packing my own and loving it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tastes great, excellent way to add PB flavor to anything without loading it with fat and making it oily. Good for baking, protein shakes, even mixed it with applesauce. Read morePublished 37 minutes ago by ActonParsons
I used PB2 in my protein shakes everyday. It tastes good blended with vanilla protein. I have never tried using as a replacement for peanut butter in any other way.Published 2 days ago by MBarnwell
I can't express how much I enjoy a scoop of PB2, a scoop of chocolate whey, 12-16ox milk, and a banana all in a blender! deliciousness beyond anything I've ever had! ... Read morePublished 3 days ago by robert
Love this stuff! Make it creamy by adding a bit more water. Great peanut taste without the added fat!Published 14 days ago by Joyce Reynolds