You have probably seen it in your local supermarket a few times. Peanut butter powder is a new spin on classic peanut butter. But how healthy is peanut butter powder? And most importantly, how do you eat peanut butter powder?
Today I will share my favorite peanut butter powder recipe sponsored by PBfit and explain when you should rather have the peanut butter powder instead of classic peanut butter.
Peanut butter powder compared to classic peanut butter
Here’s the nutritional breakdown for a standard two-tablespoon serving of powdered peanut butter. While the protein counts, as well as the sugars and fiber, are very similar, the amount of fat is pretty different. Powdered peanut butter has 85 percent less fat than its regular peanut butter counterpart. So if you want to cut calories, go with the powder.
- Calories: 70
- Protein: 5 grams
- Fat: 2 grams
- Carbohydrates: 5 grams
- Fiber: 2 grams
- Sugars: 1 gram
Compare that to what you’d get from a standard two-tablespoon serving of peanut butter.
- Calories: 188
- Protein: 7 grams
- Fat: 16 grams
- Carbohydrates: 7 grams
- Fiber: 2 grams
- Sugars: 3 grams
Easy to use. Incredibly delicious.
Especially while I’m traveling, I always realize how easy to use peanut butter powder really is. I mix it into anything from my overnight oats, to my favorite smoothie to Thai food. If you add water to it, you’ll get regular peanut butter as well. The taste and texture are just incredible.
Banana Peanut Butter Powder Smoothie Recipe
As promised I’m going to share my absolute favorite Banana Peanut Butter Powder Smoothie Recipe made with Pbfit Peanut Butter Powder. It’s great for breakfast or as a post-workout snack. The fewer calories make it a healthy and guilt-free way to enjoy peanut butter.
- 1 banana
- 2 teaspoon of PBfit Peanut Butter Powder
- 1 1/2 to 2 cups unsweetened almond milk, depending on desired thickness
- scant 1/8 tsp cinnamon
- 1/2 cup quick oats
- optional scoop protein powder
Put everything in a blender and mix it for 45 seconds. Enjoy!