Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog

As the weather turns colder, soup becomes a more attractive dinner option. This week, we have a delicious African-style peanut butter soup that has a kick to match its savory, nutty flavors. Perfect for chilly autumn nights, serve this with your favorite bread for an easy and comforting dinner. This soup also freezes well so you can enjoy it all season long.

Pecan pies are a delicious fall treat, and are perfect for a Thanksgiving day dessert. We’ve put a peanut buttery spin on the classic recipe, and also added the caramelized sweetness of maple syrup. This easy recipe only uses one bowl, and only takes five minutes of prep time! Prep time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour Total time: 1 hour and 5 minutes Yield: 1 pie Ingredients 1/2 cup light corn syrup 1/2 cup maple syrup 3 large eggs 1 cup granulated white sugar 1/2 cup Mighty […]

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November 6th, 2014

Peanut butter and coconut is one of my favorite combinations and I find myself creating peanut butter coconut recipes time after time. What makes this recipe extra special is that you can get your sweet fix without turning on the oven! These balls are naturally sweetened with maple syrup, don’t contain any added fat and in my opinion, are completely guilt free. And the best part? They only take 5 minutes!

Since this is completely no bake and amazingly simple, this is a great recipe for kids to make! Instead of Smooth Operator you can also use Mighty Maple or Old Fashioned Crunchy peanut butter in this recipe.

Are you one of those people who makes turkey the same way every year? Maybe you swear by roasting it breast-down or deep frying it, or maybe you’re of the mindset that the cooking method doesn’t matter as long as the turkey was brined (side note: I highly recommend brining too!). Whether or not you change up the method that you use to cook your turkey, there is still the question of how you want to flavor it. You can stuff it, fill it with aromatics like lemon, onion, and carrot, season it under the skin, or give the outside a rubdown with herbed butter or oil. But this year why not try something new? This turkey brings something completely different to the table!

A savory blend of herbs, spices, and peanut butter brings a whole new level of flavor to this turkey. It’s a unique take on turkey, and the perfect way to spice up your holiday table.

Lentils are quickly becoming my favorite legume. I’ve been experimenting with them on all kinds of dishes. But it wasn’t until I made this vegetarian lentil “meatloaf” that I really fell in love. The lentils do a wonderful job of recreating the meaty texture we all know and love in meatloaf and the peanut butter adds a nice subtle nutty flavor.
Also topped with an irresistible peanut butter barbecue glaze, this vegetarian lentil meatloaf is sure to become a favorite in any household.

Who knew that pumpkin and peanut butter went so well together? This cheesecake made with a peanut butter graham cracker crust and pumpkin-peanut butter filling was such a tasty surprise. It would be a wonderful addition to your holiday table, and a fun alternative to traditional pumpkin pie.

One thing that I often forget when making cheesecakes is how long they take to bake and set up in the fridge. So it’s best to make this cheesecake the day before you plan to serve it. When you’re ready to dig in, top slices with whipped cream and salted peanuts, to give your guests a little hint at what’s inside.

Once people find out how quick and easy it is (and so much more delicious!) to make homemade cranberry sauce, they never go back to the canned stuff. Cranberry relish is just as easy to make and even more unique.

Don’t let the ingredient list fool you here – the flavors mesh unbelievably well. In fact, they blend so well that people have trouble guessing what’s in there unless you tell them! I had four people guessing the ingredient list for this relish for 20 minutes and the only items they guessed correctly were cranberries and apples. Salted peanuts and sweet raspberry preserves are the two secret ingredients that pull everything together, but unless you tell them, people will never be the wiser.

This relish is a fun new twist on cranberry sauce for your Thanksgiving table, and be sure you don’t forget about this relish when it comes to leftover turkey sandwiches! It takes a turkey sandwich from great to absolutely amazing.