Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog

Champagne and chocolate are the theme of this clever Mother’s Day dessert. But there’s no real bubbly in this dessert–these champagne “coupes” are actually molded from a mouthwatering mixture of peanut butter and white chocolate!

This gluten-free version of the classic is just as yummy and uses only five ingredients. Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside, with the signature crisscross fork marks, this cookie hits all the marks for a perfect old fashioned peanut butter cookie.

Healthy snacking can be a real challenge, but this peanut butter quinoa crunch makes snack time a total breeze! A tasty blend of peanut butter, quinoa, and maple syrup, these crunchy, crispy bites are perfect on their own or topped over your favorite yogurt, oatmeal, and so much more! The ways to enjoy it are endless, so get cooking!

This flavorful stir fry dish makes a great dinner for vegetarians and carnivores alike. Packed with protein from the tofu, nutritious broccolini, and a variety of spices and sauces, this quick meal is sure to please any palate!

Even though they’re almost like a cross between chocolate chip cookies and brownies, blondies are unique in their own right. They should be rich – dense instead of light and cakey – and as far as mix-ins go, the sky’s the limit. Here I went with a peanut butter base for the batter, mixed in chocolate chunks and butter toffee peanuts, and topped it with pretzels and more peanuts. The resulting blondies are rich and gooey, sweet and salty, and completely irresistible.

Why should carnivores have all the fun? Our veggie loaf is made with all kinds of yummy produce, including mushrooms, onion, and red pepper. Crunchy peanut butter and a carefully chosen blend of seasonings give this meal an excellent flavor profile that guests on any diet will enjoy!

Lattes are a fun coffee shop treat, but did you know you can easily make them in your own home? If you don’t own a milk frother, you can use an immersion blender, small hand-held mixer, or even a whisk and a little elbow grease. The best thing about it is you can stay in your pjs while making it!

I love the flavor of this peanut butter and honey latte. It’s subtle, and fun. Using The Bee’s Knees brings out the honey more, but if all you have in your cupboard is Smooth Operator, that’ll do just fine.

Peanut Butter Honey Lattes