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Would you like your Peanut Butter Creamy or Powdered?

This is a sponsored review on behalf of http://www.chikenutrition.com/

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Do you avoid Peanut Butter because of all the added ingredients, fats and oils? Does the amount of sugar and fats make you feel guilty when you eat it? Chike Powdered Peanut Butter understands this. Not only is it all natural and free of added oils, fats, gluten ingredients and artificial flavors, it is a healthier option for baking and cooking that traditional peanut butters. No more scraping creamy peanut butter off the spoon when baking cookies. Just a few spoonfuls of Chike powdered peanut butter is all you need.
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Do your kids love peanut butter in their snacks? My son watched me grab this jar of Chike PB and a container of his favorite vanilla yogurt. “What are you doing to my yogurt, Mommy?” I stirred in a teaspoon of the PB and asked him to try it. I think I just created a monster! “Mommy, always do this to my yogurt…it is soooo good!” I wish I had a fruit yogurt on hand. I would love to add a teaspoon to a different flavor to see if it creates a bit of a PB&J taste.
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You are welcome! I present you your guilt-free late night snack! As I have gone in and out of calorie cutbacks, one thing I learned is that a great way to beat a late night craving is a cup of sugar-free hot cocoa. It works great! It fills me up, it is sweet and does not affect me negatively that late in the day. I added a spoonful of Chike PB and OMG! You will thank me!
Chike PB contains 6g of protein, 1g of sugar and 1.5g of fat. That equals guilt-free snacking! Add Chike PB to cookie and bread recipes, pancakes and waffles, add it to oatmeals, reconstitute by adding water to make a creamy PB. The options are endless!
Visit http://www.chikenutrition.com/ to learn more!
Tell me what favorite recipe of your you would love to add Chike PB to?
Disclosure: I was provided the above product for review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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andrea
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what if i like it chunky? 😀 (but it does sound good…..)

bxcrochet
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That looks like a great product to use in smoothies. I would love to try it.

Michelle F.

S. Daniel
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This looks interesting. Definitely looks like a good product to use in my green smoothies.

Erinn Sluka
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My husband likes the chunky! 🙂

Erinn Sluka
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My teen puts spoonfuls in his smoothies

Jackie @ The Non-Martha Momma
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I saw this at Kroger the other day but was not sure I would use it. Thanks for sharing. Think I am going to buy it and try it. Love the hot chocolate idea.
~Jackie @ http://thenonmarthamomma.com

tara pittman
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I love using this powder in smoothies as it blends so well. It also has less fat.

Rambling Momma
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I have never heard of it… thanks for sharing

Patricia Salyers
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This sounds awesome!

Holly S.
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Yum! I need to try that yogurt! I bet this would be great in an emergency food storage pack; wonder how long it's good for?

Erinn Sluka
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That is an excellent idea-emergency pack or in the car!

Bhavika Sathavara
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By far, I haven't used the powdered peanut butter. But I am surely going to try it after reading the post. Particularly, when it's low on a fat.

diana scholz
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I've never used the powdered but one of the personal trainers at the gym told me to try it in my oatmeal before working out.