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Old 05-22-2014, 07:17 PM
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Default Powdered peanut butter anyone?

While I was shopping today, I came across Betty Lou's preferred chocolate peanut butter. Interesting stuff. With only 1 gram of fat and only 40 calories in 2Tbsp it is poetry healthy all natural food. Tagged good too. Check it out.


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Default Re: Powdered peanut butter anyone?

Yes, there are several different companies making it now. It's a relatively new product.
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This is a first for me. I had to go read some reviews. Trader Joe's has a similar product, peanut flour, but the calorie count is much higher.
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they were making that during during late-90's.
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Default Re: Powdered peanut butter anyone?

Never heard of this before.
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Default Re: Powdered peanut butter anyone?

It must be getting mainstream. I saw it at Costco the other day. I bought a jar to try it. There's a lot less fat in it than regular peanut butter.
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It must be getting mainstream. I saw it at Costco the other day. I bought a jar to try it. There's a lot less fat in it than regular peanut butter.
Jana, please let us know what you think after you've tried it!

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Question Re: Powdered peanut butter anyone?

I have not seen this, but I have not looked for it either.
I do have a question though. How would you use this stuff? I can see maybe in baking cookies or something like that.
What other uses can anyone come up with?
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i could see using that in a thai coconut-curry soup, or in a cookie/brownie/cake/etcetera-- saw that when buying food a few ago, & we were gonna buy, then i got normal PB.
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