Peanut Butter Pie
Peanut butter pie is a pleasing dessert for any occasion. And while it's great by itself, consider trying the recipe for Peanut Butter Pie to kick it up a notch.See Popular Peanut Butter Pie Recipes
Chopped peanuts and creamy peanut butter add just enough salty flavor to this sweet banana cream pie.
Pizza for dessert! Let kids top refrigerated cookie dough for this favorite-flavor party treat.
This pie will remind you of pecan pie but with the flavor of peanuts and chocolate.
Creamy peanut butter filling with a swirl of meringue on top makes this dessert pie irresistible.
Creamy peanut butter lends its distinctive flavor to this decadent caramel brownie pie. Hardened brown sugar -- all but impossible to work with -- can easily be softened by placing it with an apple wedge in a tightly sealed plastic bag for 1-2 days.
As pretty as any ornament on the tree (and edible to boot!), these yummy treats in razzle-dazzle shapes and sizes will please kids of all ages.
The surprise ingredient in this no-bake pie recipe is tofu. Be sure to use soft silken tofu to ensure a velvety smooth peanut butter and chocolate filling.
This five-ingredient pie recipe tastes like peanut butter ice cream mixed with chopped peanut butter cups. Need a make-ahead dessert? You can keep it in your freezer, tightly covered, for several days.
This no-bake chocolate and peanut butter pie is a favorite in the summer. Make it in just 15 minutes!
For a quick and nutritious breakfast that will keep you (and the kids) going all morning, spread a whole grain waffle, bagel, English muffin or piece of toast with a couple of tablespoons of peanut butter. Unlike butter, jelly, or cream cheese, peanut butter is loaded up with plenty of protein, fiber, and healthy fats. Top with a sliced banana or a small handful of raisins--or grab a piece of fresh fruit to eat on the side--and you have a complete, well-balanced breakfast that will keep you satisfied, energized, and focused. Creamy or crunchy, it doesn't matter--but you want to choose a brand with a minimum of added sugar and salt. Look for peanut butter with no more than 2 grams of sugar and 100 mg of sodium per serving.
When our 4-year-old was told she couldn't bring her beloved peanut butter sandwich to school in her brand new Hello Kitty lunchbox, she promptly burst into tears. And, honestly? Mama felt a little misty-eyed, too.
Peanut butter and jelly? Delicious. Peanut butter and chocolate?
Have a hankering for your favorite childhood lunch, but thirsty for an adult beverage? Pour yourself a PB&J vodka for the best of both worlds! The food blog Eater reports the flavor is the latest from Van Gogh Vodka, a company known for its flavored vodkas--from old standbys such as vanilla and raspberry to other fruits like banana and pineapple to dessert options including Dutch caramel and rich dark chocolate.
The peanut butter jar is always in the cupboard, and it's always a possibility. There used to be nights when I wished I could just slap PB&Js on the table and scream "THIS IS SUPPER!" Tragically, these were nights my kids would probably have preferred some of my more ambitious attempts.
Who was the clever cook who figured out how to make peanut butter cookies? Well, the chain of events goes something like this: in the early 1900s, an Alabama scientist named George Washington Carver tried to convince Southern farmers that peanut plants were a good replacement for the dying cotton crops, and to prove how versatile the peanut could be, created many recipes using chopped peanuts as an ingredient...cookies among them. Then came the commercial invention of peanut butter in the 1920s, and shortly after that baking companies such as Pillsbury began publishing recipes for peanut butter ball cookies. A star was born.
Don't reserve peanut butter and jelly for just lunch. Try the classic combo at dessert in these impossible to resist moon pies!