After nine amazing years, How I Met Your Mother is finally coming to an end, and we're savoring every moment of the final season. That includes making our version of "sumbitch cookies," crispy, chocolatey, caramel and peanut butter cookies that are naughty in all the right ways. Bake up a batch of these to keep your mouth happy all the way through the series finale. Watch the video, and then get the recipe.
If you're one of those eat-peanut-butter-straight-out-of-the-jar people, get your spoon ready for this recipe. While peanut butter is quite possibly one of the most perfect foods, even die-hard fans can get a little bored of the same old spread. Surprise your whole wheat toast and apple slices by spreading this mixed nut butter instead.
This homemade version will really rock your PB-loving world because it actually contains no peanuts at all. It's made with almonds, cashews, and sunflower seeds, creating a taste so fresh and unique that you'll never buy another jar from the store again. But it doesn't stop here — since there are so many different nuts and seeds to choose from, the possibilities of mixed nut butter creations are as wild as your imagination.
Keep reading for this simple 94-calorie recipe.
If you're following a vegan diet and craving a soft and chewy cookie, this no-bake recipe is sure to trick your taste buds into thinking you're enjoying a peanut butter cookie.
It's perfect for the Summer since you don't have to turn on the oven, and because they're made with all-natural ingredients like crunchy peanut butter, oats, and unsweetened coconut, they make an irresistible before or after a workout.
Keep reading to see this 80-calorie recipe.
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Peanut butter is a delicious snack, but here's another incentive to dig into a jar of crunchy. New research indicates that older girls who regularly eat peanut butter, nuts, and other sources of vegetable protein and fat may reduce their risk of developing benign breast disease (BBD) by as much as 39 percent. The findings are based on data collected from over 9,000 girls and young women who participated in Growing Up Today, a long-term research study led by Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital. While BBD, which includes a range of conditions, such as cysts and benign tumors, is noncancerous, some forms of it can increase the risk of developing breast cancer later in life.
The findings were based on the reported dietary habits of girls aged 9 to 15 between the years of 1996 to 2001. Later, from 2005 to 2010, the same participants reported whether they had been diagnosed with benign breast disease that had been confirmed by a biopsy. Researchers found that girls who ate two regular servings of peanut butter or nuts per week were 39 percent less likely to be diagnosed with BBD by age 30. "These findings suggest that peanut butter could help reduce the risk of breast cancer in women," senior author Graham Colditz of the Washington University School of Medicine, and senior author of the study, tells Yahoo Shine.
When PB Crave sent over its flavored peanut butters in dreamy flavors like cookie dough and double chocolate, we thought we were in heaven. Available at Walmart and Cost Plus for about $6 a jar, the peanut butters seemed affordable, accessible, and slightly exotic. How could anything go wrong? As it turned out, some of the flavors just fell flat. Read on to find out which ones scored high and which ones didn't.
Take one gloriously gooey bite of these banana boat s'mores, and you'll be a happy camper—fitting, given their outdoor origins. No camping trip on the books? No worries! Watch the video to learn how to make these peanut-butter-cup-stuffed beauties at home. Trust us: you're gonna want s'more.
Is it snack time? Whip up a quick and easy snack mix that puts a grown-up twist on a favorite childhood cereal. This snack-dessert hybrid — which utilizes peanut butter cups, marshmallow bits, chocolate chips, and caramel sauce — is so good, it's known across the web as better-than-sex Chex mix. Watch the video to learn how to make it.
Jeff Mauro is known for his sandwiches, but he teamed up with Seattle's Best Coffee to create sandwich-inspired coffee drinks. "I put sandwiches into things, put sandwiches onto things, and this was another challenge for me," Jeff told us of the recipe.
You've heard of chocolate, caramel, and hazelnut blended coffees, but peanut butter and jelly? I was obviously intrigued and determined to try it for myself. Jeff even claims this recipe is the most interesting coffee recipe that he's developed, further remarking, "I have never seen on a menu (or anywhere else) both peanut butter and coffee and a fruit as well."
I was surprised to find that the blended coffee didn't contain that much sugar. "I don't really like coffee too sweet," Jeff said. "The coffee really shines, and that's my goal, always." Balanced it is. The condensed cold brew coffee is blended with the right amount of ice and milk for a frothy caffeinated fix. The strawberry syrup plays up the subtle fruitiness of the coffee beans, and the roasted peanuts add a nice crunch and roasted flavor. Read on to see the PBJ coffee recipe.
Although creamy peanut butter once ruled the supermarket aisle, today, nut butter options abound. Few, however, are as novel as Nuttzo, a new line of blended "seven-nut-and-seed butters," available in both peanut- and almond-based options. We've discovered a few favorites from this new brand; see some of our picks when you keep reading.
When it comes to perfect taste pairings, there's nothing quite like chocolate and peanut butter — the ultimate dessert duo. In honor of Peanut Butter Lovers' Day, we're highlighting some of our favorite recipes that combine the two foods for irresistible, can't-resist flavor. Craving something sweet? Take a look at these must-try treats made with chocolate and peanut butter!