Creamy, crunchy, and textured, there is no dispute about the versatility of a jar of peanut butter, regardless of its kind. You undoubtedly know that you can eat it with a spoon straight from the jar, spread it with jelly to make a traditional PB&J sandwich, or even eat it in sweets. but there are other alternatives. Each of these eight delicious peanut butter recipes calls for a jar of peanut butter.
Pie with chocolate and peanut butter
This no-bake pie by Ree Drummond deliciously combines peanut butter and chocolate. This pie will satisfy your sweet taste thanks to its peanut butter, cream cheese, and whipped topping filling combined with a chocolate cookie crust.
Smoothie Split with Peanut Butter
This Peanut Butter Split Smoothie is one of the most delicious peanut butter recipes and is prepared in five minutes. Combining ripe bananas and creamy peanut butter expedites the attainment of a smooth texture.
Fudge with Nuts and Bananas
Although tofu may seem like an unexpected addition to this beautiful dessert, peanut butter fudge helps to thicken the fudge in this recipe from Food Network Magazine. The resultant mousse is then poured into cold glasses and served. Top each piece of fudge with a dollop of marshmallow fluff and some chopped peanuts or shaved chocolate as a simple dessert.
Chocolate Chicken Stuffing
Due to the ready-to-eat rotisserie chicken, this exquisite Chocolate Chicken Mole may be prepared in about 25 minutes. Adobo sauce, cinnamon, and peanut butter are combined to make a smokey mole sauce. To add color, serve on flour tortillas and garnish with peanuts, sesame seeds, and orange zest.
Salad with Peanut Noodles
This recipe from Food Network Magazine will make your peanut butter flavorful. A lime juice-soy sauce dressing gives noodles and fresh bell peppers a sweet and tart flavor with peanut butter as the primary ingredient.
Nancy Fuller makes her peanut butter cookies chewier by using brown sugar. By adding peanut butter chips to her peanut butter and shortening combination, Nancy doubles the amount of peanut butter per bite.
Peanut butter-covered chocolate cheesecake pops
Using this Food Network Kitchen peanut butter recipe, you can give your cheesecake a peanut butter chocolate makeover. Each pop’s inside is a peanut butter cheesecake, while the outside is a chocolate shell. You may freeze them for future use as a bite-sized treat or cool them and serve them cold. Coat each pop with chopped nuts or candies to provide texture.
Unbaked Chocolate-Pretzel-Peanut Butter Squares
Trisha Yearwood’s no-bake squares include a base of smooth peanut butter and crushed pretzel rods. If you don’t like pretzels, you may substitute peanut butter cookies or vanilla wafers.