Skippy may be what you're used to, but PB2 is the future of peanut butter
Bell Plantation PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter is a peanut butter lover's dream come true. Bid farewell to the usual creamy spread and use powdered PB instead. Sounds strange, I know, but by roasting and pressing peanuts, 85% of the fat and calories disappears! You still get a robust nutty flavor and don't have to worry about the decadence of regular peanut butter sticking to your hips. Plus, the powdered product has 2x the protein as regular peanut butter has. Who knew fairy dust was made of peanuts?
Here's what you need to know so you can become a PB2 fan too. Basically, you mix the powder with a little water or any liquid you desire, and presto… you've got a peanut butter spread. Use as you would on sandwiches, tucked inside celery stalks, smeared on apples, etc. Or, spoon a serving into your blender while making a smoothie or milkshake and get a boost of peanut flavor along with the power of protein. I've even mixed some into my oatmeal and yogurt to turn plain into insane(ly) delicious! Just 50 calories and 1.5 g fat per serving. What's not to love?
Things got even better when I learned Bell Plantation makes a Chocolate PB2 as well. Premium cocoa is added to the mix and the taste is as good as any peanut butter and chocolate candy you've ever had. And if you're a PB & J fan, try the PB2 with grape or PB2 with strawberry. Whip the powder into a creamy consistency with any liquid and spread on toast, bagels, muffins, or spoon it right into your mouth. It's hard to resist.
It's amazing how powdered peanut butter can be so versatile, especially when it is 100% all-natural and free of any artificial sweeteners or preservatives. Plus, PB2 is kosher and gluten-free. PB fun for nearly anyone!
A 6.5 oz. container sells for just $3.99 at Netrition, the internet's premier nutrition superstore. Many grocers, specialty stores, and health food shops sell PB2 too. Find it, buy it, eat it, love it. I do and will sprinkle powdered peanut butter goodness anywhere I can.
Skippy may be what you're used to, but PB2 is the future of peanut butter.