Whether your peanut butter preference is crunchy, creamy, all-natural, or extra smooth, you'll love the tasty and unexpected
flavor combinations in these recipes.
Add Flavor by the Tablespoon
Break out of the PB&J mold and try your favorite style of peanut butter in one of our featured recipes. Make a soup, salad,
smoothie, or even a pizza with that rich flavor you've loved since childhood.
Asian Peanut Dip
Update your favorite spread by giving it bold Asian flavor. Mix peanut butter, tofu, brown sugar, lime juice, soy sauce, garlic,
and crushed red pepper together until well blended then serve the spicy-sweet spread on a sandwich or as a dip for sliced
veggies.Recipe: Asian Peanut Dip
Crunchy peanut butter adds robust Asian-inspired flavor to this no-cook sauce served over soba noodles or angel hair pasta.Recipe: Peanut-Noodle Salad
The classic combination of salty peanut butter and gooey chocolate is hard to top. Crunchy peanut butter and crushed vanilla
wafers give these bite-size dessert bars a satisfying crunch.Recipe: Chocolate-Peanut Bars
Malaysian Chicken Pizza
Pep up pizza night with a tangy blend of brown sugar, soy sauce, and fresh ginger. A few tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter
add restaurant-quality Thai flavor to the sauce.Recipe: Malaysian Chicken Pizza
Vanilla Honey-Nut Smoothie
This breakfast shake combines yogurt and peanut butter to help meet your daily calcium and protein needs. It's so tasty you
may want to serve it for dessert as well. Honey and peanut flavors create a perfect pairing of sweet and salty.Recipe: Vanilla Honey-Nut Smoothie
Peanut Butter-Banana Pie
Bananas go with peanut butter almost as well as jelly does, so take the combination a step further with this decadent dessert.
A little vanilla extract gives the pie that added zip that'll have guests going back for seconds.Recipe: Peanut Butter-Banana Pie
Cream of Curried Peanut Soup
Creamy peanut butter and half-and-half add smooth depth to a lightly-spiced, buttery soup. Try it once, and we suspect the
minimal-prep dish will soon find its way to your holiday buffet.Recipe: Cream of Curried Peanut Soup