PB2 Recipes

February 20, 2022   13 Comments

These PB2 recipes will surprise you with their flavor to calorie ratio. PB2 is one of those miracle substances that taste like a higher calorie version.

PB2 Recipes

PB2 has 90% less fat than traditional peanut butter. Here are the nutritional facts for two tablespoons of PB2:

60 calories, 1.5 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 5 g carbohydrates, 2 g sugar, 6 g protein, 1 g fiber, 90 mg sodium, 2 Green, 2 Blue, 2 Purple WW SmartPts

It is essentially peanut butter without the oil. Literally, they take the peanut product that is left over after you extract the oil and make PB2.

Below are recipes that I have developed with PB2. Most of them are smoothies because it is so easy to add to your favorite blended drink. You don’t notice that you aren’t using peanut butter when you mix it.

On its own (reconstituted with water), you definitely notice that PB2 is NOT peanut butter. I tried that and was not happy with the results.

But, add it to things where you want a peanut flavor without the oil and you have a magical product.

Have you used PB2 in recipes? What did you put it in? Thanks for sharing!!

1. Chocolate PB2 Smoothie

Get the recipe here: Chocolate PB2 Smoothie Recipe

2. PB2 Banana Smoothie

PB2 Banana Smoothie

Get the recipe here: PB2 Banana Smoothie Recipe

3. PB2 Green Smoothie

Get the recipe here: PB2 Green Smoothie Recipe

4. Peanut Butter and Jelly PB2 Smoothie

Get the recipe here: Peanut Butter and Jelly PB2 Smoothie Recipe

5. Banana Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Get the recipe here: Banana Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

6. PB2 &Yogurt Fruit Dip


Get the recipe here: PB2 Yogurt Fruit Dip Recipe

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I mix 2 Tbsp of PB2 with a tiny bit of water, then mix with 2 Tbsp of Cool Whip Lite. I slice 1 banana and put the slices onto 2 pizzelle cookies from Aldi(any flavor)and then top with the PB2 mixture.I then drizzle the top of each cookie with sugar free chocolate syrup. Voila! I have a scrumptious dessert for 4 points on WW Blue.

Sorry, but that stuff is NASTY!🤮

I mash 1/2 ripe banana then add 2T PB2, dash cinnamon, 3 drops honey and mix. Makes a delicious spread for toast or fruit. For a chocolate version mix 1tsp. cocoa + 5tsp PBS to same. I usually eat this with the rest of the sliced banana and sliced strawberries. On WW blue this is 2P. Thank you for all your great recipes!

Correction to previous ~ if you use only 3 drops of honey this is actually 1P on WW Blue. You can also use Cary's SF syrup in place of honey and have more but I prefer the added taste of honey.

Thanks for all the suggestions .I like to add any kind of milk instead of water and a tsp or less of regular nut butter.

I tried the PB2 Green Smoothie recipe above - amazing! After gallbladder surgery, things with oil sometimes make me queasy, so PB2 is very helpful for me. I've reconstituted it and made regular PB & J sandwiches with it. I found out there is a PB2 Almond Butter as well.

I found PB2 when on WW a few years ago. WOW do I love it! I do like it with water, just LESS than it calls for. Make sure it is thick. Dipping apples and celery in it makes a great snack. I also add it to plain 0% fat Fage yogurt and then add fruit and 1/4 cup oatmeal. GREAT breakfast!

Mix equal parts PB2 and Log Cabin 10 calorie syrup. Yummy on morning toast

I use a different brand of peanut butter powder. I usually add it to my vanilla soy milk smoothies for added flavor. I am looking forward to making some of the healthy recipes here.

I mix it into plain Greek yogurt with cut up apples

I put it in my oatmeal with WW vanilla protein powder and swerve brown sugar. Add unsweetened almond milk and it’s delicious.

I've heard there is a cashew one now that I would like to try.

Now there is a version called PB2 Pure that has no sugar or salt added. The only ingredient is peanuts. I ordered it online because they don’t have that version in my store. I use it to make smoothies, then I freeze the smoothie mixture in popsicle molds.

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