Who else is excited about pumpkin patches, cozy blankets, warm soups, and cooler weather?! Fall just might be out favorite season, so to celebrate its arrival... here are 5 recipes using Peanut Butter & Co peanut butter that you need to try! If you recreate these recipes, make sure to tag us on social media. We can't wait to see how you enjoy these recipes.
FALL LEAF COOKIES
We didn't think cookies could get any better until we realized they could be made into fun leaf shapes! Plus, you can add any of your favorite PB&CO spreads to the center of these cookies to create the perfect treat. Get the full recipe here.
MAPLE PEANUT BUTTER & BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
Peanut butter and squash might not seem like the most obvious flavor pairing, but they combine together beautifully in this golden-orange soup – especially when it’s Peanut Butter & Co. Mighty Maple, which adds a hint of maple that enhances the natural sweetness of roasted butternut squash. Get the full recipe here.
PB&J FILLED PUMPKIN CREAM PUFFS
If you’ve never tried to make cream puffs before, this recipe is a great excuse to play in the kitchen. And don't worry, they’re easier to make than you think! This is such a fun and delicious recipe to make for any upcoming autumn events, including Halloween parties! Get the full recipe here.
AUTUMN APPLE OATMEAL BOWL
If we had to describe this recipe in three words, they would be: cozy, filling, sweet. This oatmeal bowl pairs all the best flavors of fall together into one dish. Start your morning off right, or enjoy this for dinner. There is never a wrong time to indulge in this recipe. Get the full recipe here.
If pumpkin pie is always the star of the show on your holiday dessert table, you won’t want to miss this fun twist on that classic. A nutty maple peanut butter crust and maple peanut butter whipped cream on top take pumpkin pie to the next level, and maple syrup in the filling ties the flavors together beautifully. Get the full recipe here.
MAPLE PEANUT BUTTER PUMPKIN PIE WITH MAPLE PEANUT BUTTER WHIPPED CREAM