Bell Plantation PB2 with Premium Chocolate, 16-Ounce
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- 85% Less Fat Calories Than Traditional Peanut Butter
- large 1 pound bag
- certified gluten free
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Roasted peanuts, cocoa powder, sugar and salt.
Suggested UseMix 2 tbsp. of Chocolate PB2 with 1 tbsp. of water and stir until smooth. Prepare as needed.
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Top Customer Reviews
Try this recipe: 1 cup non-dairy milk (soy or almond) 1 frozen banana, 1 tbsp PB2 or PB2 chocolate Blend and enjoy.
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 ›
I'm a physician, so I'm always conscious about whether a product is more hype than fact, but in this case, PB 2 does not fail. It's made from impeller pressed peanuts (essentially the waste product of producing peanut oil), and this "waste product" is nothing short of rich peanutty taste without any oil in it. As a result, it's only 45 calories/serving compared to 200 calories/serving in regular peanut butter.
Making this into peanut butter by reconstitution with water is a little tricky though. For those true peanut butter afficionados, you'll instantly spot the difference. The flavor is certainly there, and if anything, PB2 is more peanutty than natural peanut butter. But what it has in flavor, it lacks in texture. If you like the "stick to the roof of my mouth" sensation of peanut butter, you maybe disappointed because its texture is a little more pleasing to your tongue. However, as another reviewer said, the key to this product is SMOOTHIES.. let me say it again... SMOOTHIES.
Oh my god, I make smoothies with this and it is incredibly delicious. Ridiculously tasty with peanut taste, and ZERO guilt. I only wish we were sold what would otherwise have been a waste product of peanut oil manufacturing process for something less than the cost of real peanut butter -- but if that were the case, then this wouldn't be capitalism, now would it?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I mix this with my vanilla shake and bananas! It's awesome ePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great value (each container is HUGE) and great taste! Nice health(ier) alternative to regular PB.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Tasted good but only lasted 3 days. Need to sell in larger containers.Published 3 days ago by E. FORTIER
I love this stuff. Regular peanut butter contains 160-180 calories and 16-18 grams of fat in 2 Tbsp. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Diane Williford
I would have NEVER thought in a million years that I would consider "powdered" peanut butter! Boy, was I sadly mistaken. Read morePublished 5 days ago by ladyguin