Would You Want to Drink Your Peanut Butter?

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Drinkable peanut butter (with suggestive product names and taglines) is apparently now a thing
Would You Want to Drink Your Peanut Butter?
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What do you think? Would you go for this concoction, or pass?

Forget boozy hot chocolate, or even your beloved pumpkin spice latte. The (apparent) hot drink of the autumnal moment is drinkable peanut butter. That’s right: now you can get your PB&J (minus the J) fix, in a jiffy with “Peanut Hottie.” Peanut Hottie — yes, that’s the name of the product — implores you to “take me home,” and coyly says, “you make me hot,” right on the bottle.

At only 83 calories per serving, you can get your Peanut Hottie in regular peanut butter or chocolate peanut butter flavors. And just like the more familiar Swiss Miss packets, Peanut Hottie comes powdered — just add water, heat up, and voila! You have a warm, cozy beverage to beat back the impending polar vortex.

The liquefied peanut butter is available at Walmart for around $4.58, and it’s caffeine-free. If you’re at a loss for what to do with your powdered peanut butter, according to Peanut Hottie’s website, you can make milkshakes, pancakes, brownies, and even ratatouille with it.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter@JoannaFantozzi

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