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Things You Haven’t Thought Trying Peanut Butter with Yet

Things You Haven’t Thought Trying Peanut Butter with Yet

5 ways to eat peanut butter that you should definitely know about

Why eat a cookie when you can spread peanut butter on it first?

We know, we know: You love peanut butter. Who doesn’t? But we also know it’s easy to get stuck in a peanut butter and jelly sandwich rut. Happily, peanut butter is one of the most versatile foods out there. It mixes marvelously into baked goods, makes amazing sauces, and is fabulous for filling things other than two slices of bread, with hundreds of applications you probably haven’t thought about. Here are five you’ll want to stick with.

Waffles


Who needs sugary syrup when you can spread some peanut butter on waffles instead? Top them with bananas (or strawberry jelly!) as well, for an added bonus.

With Bacon, Cheese, and Jelly


Peanut butter, bacon, and jelly inside a grilled cheese? Yes, indeed! Try it with fig jam instead of traditional strawberry jelly; it’s creamy, sweet, salty, and cheesy.

In Rice Krispy Treats


Add a couple tablespoons of peanut butter to Rice Krispy treats the next time you make them, or spread some on top while they’re still warm. And don’t forget that you can make them with other cereals as well, like Kix!

On Cookies


You don’t need to bake peanut butter cookies to enjoy peanut butter on a cookie, if you catch our drift. Just spread some on top if it! It works wonders with Oreos.

In Pancakes


The next time you make pancakes, add a couple dollups of peanut butter to the batter, along with some chocolate chips if you’re feeling adventurous. You’ll be rewarded!

Click here for more than 20 creative plays on peanut butter and jelly.



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR



Source: Marsha’s Baking Addiction

My husband thinks he’s getting fat…

But see, that’s the funny thing about men. He’s been eating like complete and utter well, sh**, for his entire life

Did he not think at some point it would start to catch up to him?

The guy has the nerve to even say he’s getting a “dad bod” the second he’s not perfectly shaped anymore, but trust me, he’s far from fat. I have been watching what I eat since I was 18 years old, and I was one of the luckier women because I know often times it starts way, way, sooner for us

I also started working out heavy at 22, and he goes to the gym and lifts. He never does cardio, never squishes his abs, never does the stairs, etc. It’s just plain not fair and it makes me feel like I’m constantly losing an uphill battle. Does anyone else feel this way?

Since he’s “fat” now, he’s been begging me to make him a smoothie that’s healthy enough, but still full of flavor

Apparently, beggars can actually be choosers because he shuts down everything I make for him, UNTIL THIS!

This Peanut Butter banana smoothie is creamy, extra smooth, and filled with peanut buttery chocolate goodness. With only 6 ingredients, many of which are healthy like greek yogurt, almond milk, cocoa powder, and banana, it’s perfect for a quick indulgent breakfast or when you’re on the go

This makes a HUGE smoothie, so I’ll usually split it with him and then bring a mid-morning snack like some yogurt or fresh fruit to work for before lunch. Healthy food that does NOT taste healthy

Does it get better than that?

Hint: If you have protein powder at home I usually sub out some of the greek yogurt for a protein powder to give the extra health boost, I’ll post the protein powder I use below because it is TO DIE FOR