Peanut Butter & Co. Recipe Blog

This is a great recipe if you want to use up the veggies in your fridge or are just looking for a quick dinner to throw together. This vegetable and chicken stir fry has a subtle nutty and sweet flavor from the peanut butter sauce made with The Bee’s Knees. Serve with rice and you have a well-rounded hearty meal!

Posted by Isabelle Boucher from http://www.crumbblog.com/
September 11th, 2014

I’m a little obsessed with banana bread. So much so, in fact, that I often buy too many bananas so that I’ll be “forced” to use up the leftovers when they get too ripe to eat.

For this version, I’ve upped the ante by adding chunky Crunch Time peanut butter to the batter and swirling in a ribbon of sweet Gorgeous Grape jelly to give it an old-school PB&J twist – you get all the deliciousness of your childhood favorite, only with none of the mess. What’s not to love?

Taken straight from the menu of the New York City-based Peanut Butter & Co. Sandwich Shop, this cool and creamy treat has a chocolate-covered chocolate cookie crust and a rich peanut butter cream filling.

Peanut butter chips, chocolate chips, and chopped peanuts top this nutty, salty, and sweet pie. What more could a chocolate peanut butter lover possibly want?

I would like to sleep in as much as I can in the morning and sometimes those extra 15 minutes sure do matter. When I know I’m going to need a few more minutes asleep or it’s going to be a busy morning I prepare Overnight Oatmeal the night before. Then when the morning comes I can dream a bit longer, wake up, and grab my jar of oatmeal and go. Perfect for back to school or bringing to the office!

This recipe takes a regular muffin recipe and adds honey peanut butter to the batter. Once out of the oven, the warm muffins get a generous spread of sweet raspberry jam plus a sprinkling of chopped roasted salted peanuts – what a treat!

Great for breakfast, lunchboxes, or as an after-school snack!

These vegan quesadillas are the perfect nutrient-dense lunch for both kids and adults. They’re great eaten hot or at room temperature, which makes them an easy make-ahead entrée for packed school lunches. These are satisfying as is, but for even more creaminess add soft goat cheese before cooking. If you like quesadillas with a kick, add an extra teaspoon of chipotle paste.

This vegan burger uses flaxseed as an egg substitute to hold together the ingredients for these patties. It’s made with ground oats, chickpeas, bell peppers and peanut butter and is seasoned with flavorful Moroccan spices, harissa (a Morocca chili paste) and ras el hanout.

Serve these burgers falafel-style — in pita stuffed with cucumber slices and tahini sauce.