Healthy Peanut Butter Recipe
If I could eat anything for the rest of my life and be perfectly okay with only eating one thing for the rest of my life, it would be peanut butter. Whether it be creamy, chunky, unsalted, some fancy, overpriced flavor- I ain’t got no type. Peanut butter is, however, a tad bit fattening. And while we do need fat to sustain us, apparently eating a whole jar of peanut butter in two days is “overkill” and “weird” and “not normal.” Also, unless you are Michael Phelps or some other olympic swimmer (Michael Phelps is the only olympic swimmer I know, I’m uncultured don’t @ me), consuming that much peanut butter a day is, sadly, not necessary. Luckily, I’ve found a way to eat hella peanut butter without all the calories and fat that go along with it. I’ve been making this peanut butter recipe since high school, it’s incredibly easy, and it’s incredibly addicting.
2 Tbs Powdered Peanut Butter
2 Tbs Water
1 Tbs Peanut Butter (any kind)
Mix 2 Tbs Powdered Peanut Butter with 2 Tbs water. Depending on whether you want a more thicker or thinner dip, adjust the amount of water.
Once the mixture is at a good consistency, add 1 Tbs peanut butter (I recommend chunky, but you do you hunni)
Eat with pretzels, crackers, apples, chocolate, add to oatmeal or spread on toast. Or honestly, eat with a spoon by itself.
Servings per recipe: 1
Calories: 185; Fat: 10 g; Carbs: 13 g; Protein: 9 g