Top Rated Peanut Butter Recipes

Don’t think for a second this shake is just for kids. Of course, your kids will love it, but it will knock the socks off guests of all ages at a summertime barbecue. The Peanut Butter and Jelly Shake works with any kind of berry syrup: just replace the strawberries with your preferred berry. You can also use jam if you are crunched for time.  Excerpted from Malts & Milkshakes, by Autumn Martin (St. Martin's Press, 2013)
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Pretzel Peanut Butter Cups
This recipe comes from Sally's Baking Addiction, by Sally McKenney. Homemade peanut butter cups made even better with semisweet chocolate and crunchy pretzels for a salty-sweet treat. Click Here to See More Peanut Butter Recipes
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Easy to make, these peanut butter cookies wouldn't be complete without their crosshatch pattern. Chef Evan Packer suggests using a higher-end peanut butter so that your cookies do not come out too sweet. 
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Peanut Butter Dip
Here is a simple and delicious peanut butter recipe courtesy of the Triscuit Test Kitchen.
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If you didn't think soufflés could become any more delicious, think again. The addition of creamy peanut butter takes this dessert to the next level. 
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Peanut Butter and Jelly Spirals
I dated a guy who loved peanut butter and jelly. One day, just when I’d thrown the last slice of bread into the food processor for breadcrumbs, he came home ready for a quick PB&J sandwich between appointments. I felt bad, so I offered to make him something, but he didn’t think he had enough time to wait. In a pinch, I threw the PB&J on a tortilla. He looked at me like I was nuts and ran out the door with it. The next morning, I caught him making another one — and I’d already restocked the bread. See all sandwich recipes. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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Peanut Butter Muffins
Light, creamy, and fluffy, this recipe makes for a grab-and-go breakfast or tasty afternoon snack. 
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No doubt about it, your kids will love this snack! Who can say no to peanut butter, chocolate, and marshmallows? It serves quite a lot, so be prepared to share or save some.   For more recipes visit Taste of Home.
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Creamy and sweet, this protein and fiber packed oatmeal recipe is a great way to start off the morning or help you stay on track post workout! 
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Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
Peanut butter and banana smoothies have become a staple craving for me since my first ever trip to the Edgartown Bakery in Martha's Vineyard, Mass. Their smoothies are enormously sized and packed with calories, not to mention $7.00 a piece, and so my diet and wallet didn't allow them to frequent my taste buds on a regular basis; however, the flavors and combination never left my list of wants. As it turns out, these flavors are not difficult to replicate, and the calories can be cut by more than half. Here is my rendition of the peanut butter and banana smoothie that can be done in 10 minutes, in your own home — as fatty or as skinny as you want it to be.  See all peanut butter recipes. Click here to see Bananas, Bananas Everywhere.
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Easy Peanut Butter Cookies
To say I love peanut butter is an understatement. Then combine the creamy, nutty goodness with melted chocolate, and it's like heaven on Earth. There are so many peanut butter cookies out there — some crispy, others chewy, and yet more rich and dense. These easy cookies are gluten-free, as there is no flour, as well as dairy-free. Better yet, they don't require any mixing equipment. Whip them up, bake them off, and then you have a light and airy treat in a matter of minutes. Click here to see more easy cookie recipes. 
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Peanut Butter and Jelly 'Sushi'
My kids love to say they eat sushi, even if it is made with peanut butter. We incorporate peanut butter into my youngest daughter’s diet almost daily, per our doctor’s recommendation. She is severely allergic to tree nuts and has a slight allergy to peanuts. Because the peanut allergen levels are so low, her doctor suggested she eat peanuts daily so she doesn’t become more allergic to them. (Do not follow this advice without your doctor's recommendation.) Although we were nervous about this routine at first, the doctor was right: She’s never had a reaction to peanuts. Let’s just say it’s a good thing she likes peanut butter! Still, we have to get tricky to keep things fresh and new. Be sure to include a reusable fork. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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