Recipes Using All Natural Peanut Butter

Have you been searching for recipes using all natural peanut butter? When I grew up, the only kind of peanut butter I knew was your standard commercial peanut butter that contained high fructose corn syrup. Take a look at the label on the back of most commercial peanut butter and you will see what I mean.  In an effort to remove high fructose corn syrup from our diets, I had to find a new alternative.  I choose almond butter when I want a nut butter because peanuts are not allowed on the Paleo diet. However, the kids and my husband still enjoy the taste of peanut butter.

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Recipes Using All Natural Peanut Butter

If you have ever tried to bake with all natural peanut butter versus traditional commercial peanut butter, you’ll know that it’s not an exact substitution. All natural peanut butter is generally a bit drier and not quite as smooth. If you try an exact substitution in peanut butter cookies, for example, you’ll notice that your cookies are more crumbly than they should be. Here are a few recipes that you can make using natural peanut butter.

Recipes Using All Natural Peanut Butter

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Comments

  1. we always use natural peanutbutter. It really does taste better than the other kind!
  2. Debbie Welchert says
    Thanks for the advice and great recipes for using natural peanut butter. There are so many of the recipes that I want to try like the Peanut Butter and Banana Parfait and the Peanut Butter and Jelly Popsicles for my grandchildren.
  3. I bought and tried some Earth Balance natural PB at Whole Foods over the weekend. I had a freebie coupon and chose the creamy coconut PB. It was good and had quite a different taste that would really add to a recipe I bet. It's a bit shocking for me to see a standard jar of PB at $5 and $6 a jar though! I used to buy freshly ground PB at a health food store in Denver. You just ground the amount you wanted to buy right there. It was really stiff but good!
  4. patricia delgado says
    This is a great compilation of fresh pb recipes. I buy a pound from whole foods each week so I'll have to try some of these.
  5. Jenna Hudson says
    Thanks for the round up. Many recipes call for peanut butter (not natural) and it's frustrating! 

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