Powdered Peanut Butter, what is it? It's essentially peanut butter with all the oils removed. Or another way to look at it, is that it's the solid leftovers from making peanut oil. Apparently people use it instead of peanut butter, because it has less fat than normal peanut butter. If you're really that concerned with the fat in peanut butter, then I might recommend giving up all food in general.
If you're looking for a descriptive paragraph highlighting the elements of powdered peanut butter then you've come to the right place. Imagine a peanut in powdered form. Boom. You got it. The powder has a consistency of AP flour, but obviously tastes like a spoonful of JIF.
I didn't buy a jar of the stuff because it's low in fat and it's healthy. I bought it because it's now another item in my pantry. Another ingredient to throw into a dish that might need some peanut flavor. I think I'll be posting a Thai-inspired spicy-peanut chicken wings recipe soon, but in the meantime here are a few powdered peanut butter food ideas, for FREE!
- Sprinkle between your Oreos for a peanut buttery taste.
- Powdered Peanut Butter + Milk = a weird peanuty drink. (not bad.)
- Mix with peanut butter for that extra hint of peanut butter!
- Add to your confectioner's sugar when making icing.
- Add to your morning smoothie.
- Dust your fudge/brownies with the stuff.
- Just eat a spoonfull to dry out your mouth.
- Really anything with banana or chocolate you could add it to and it would be delicious.
Note: I was not paid by a PR company or Bell Plantations to write this. I just saw it at the store and thought it was weird/cool.