Peanut flour is essentially ground up lightly-roasted
peanuts with some fat removed (that's why it's not pasty like peanut butter). As
a result, peanut powder is low in fat, high in protein, and perfect for baking
and adding to smoothies, sauces, and confections! There's no added sugar or salt
so you can make it into whatever you desire. Stir in a little water to make a
reduced-fat peanut butter. Stir into yogurt for a flavor and protein boost.
Shelf-stable for 6 months. Refrigerate to extend shelf life.
Net Weight: 3.53 ounces / 100 grams.
Volume: 1 cup = approx. 3.84 ounces.
Packaged in a facility that
also handles wheat, milk, soy, egg, sesame, peanuts, and tree nuts.
Country of Origin: USA
We use this in our
Peanut Butter & Jelly Flavored Powder.
Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
We make this at our house a few times a week, usually for breakfast. It's
like having a guilt-free milk shake (when you do it like we do in the Notes)!
1/2 cup milk, chocolate milk, almond milk, coconut milk, or soy milk
1 ripe banana, peeled (see Notes, below)
2 Tbls. peanut
1 tsp. cocoa powder
2 packets of Splenda OR 2 tsp.
~ Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth.
Notes: We always slice up and freeze our too-ripe bananas to use in this recipe.
That way, you get a milk shake rather than a smoothie. You can always add your
favorite protein powder, too!
Recipe: Peanut Satay Sauce
Use this simple yet savory sauce as a high protein, high flavor sauce for
dipping grilled chicken.
3 Tbls. water
2 Tbls. peanut
1 tsp. soy
sauce powder OR 1 tsp. soy sauce
1/4 tsp. ground
1/8 tsp. ground
~ Whisk together all ingredients.
~ Microwave for 30 seconds. Stir well before serving.