This Easter, surprise your loved ones with fluffy, bouncy, peanut butter swirled marshmallows in their baskets. Store-bought marshmallows can’t hold a candle to these homemade treats. They’re softer, less sweet, yet packed with more melt-in-your-mouth flavor than the ones from a bag. Don’t be intimidated by the use of a candy thermometer or gelatin. It’s just a matter of heating and beating the ingredients. If you can read a temperature and turn on a stand mixer then you can make marshmallows!
Monkey bread is as delicious as it is fun to eat! This peanut buttery treat is perfect for holiday brunches, and kids will love pulling it apart to reveal the tasty peanuts inside. Mighty Maple peanut butter gives this bread a sweet nutty flavor the whole family will enjoy!
Not only do these peanut butter panko pork chops take less than 30 minutes to make, they’re something the kids will actually eat, and it won’t break the bank. The delicious flavors of peanut butter and pork meld together so perfectly to create a healthy and super yummy dinner for the whole family.
The nutty flavors in this recipe are a nice change from your standard breaded pork chops.
I like to eat these delicious peanut butter panko pork chops with a little bit of pear butter. It tastes similar to pork chops with glazed apples, but there’s no extra work involved!
These yummy bars are made with ingredients that everyone loves! Combining graham crackers, peanut butter, coconut, and chocolate chips, our Magic Bars will be a hit with your friends, family, and anyone else who gets a taste!
Boring weeknight dinners? Consider them history! These peanut butter coconut chicken breasts pack a flavor explosion the whole family will love, and there’s no shortage of reasons why. With sweet shredded coconut, crispy panko, and a delicious peanut butter sauce, this fit and fast entree is on the table in just an hour, packing a flavorful punch everyone will be cheering for.
Everyone’s favorite childhood snack gets a crunchy peanut butter twist! This one-pot recipe uses only four ingredients, so kids will love to help make (and eat!) these tasty treats.
This is comfort food at its best. Don’t let the long cook time or the extensive list of ingredients put you off – dish comes together fairly quickly, and spends the rest of the afternoon simmering away on the stovetop, yielding meltingly soft beef and a complex sauce that layers roasty coffee and cocoa with smoky chipotle and rich Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter.