It’s hard to top peanut butter. Sweet, salty, and a bit fatty, the hardest thing about peanut butter is deciding if you want crunchy or smooth! Sure peanut butter and chocolate is always a surefire-winning combination, but for those who love peanut butter, it’s never really enough. These recipes are for serious peanut butter lovers who don’t want any other flavors crowding the plate!
Peanut Butter Bread
While the ingredient list is short, this Peanut Butter Bread is packed with flavor. The notes of cinnamon, brown sugar, and vanilla amplify all of the peanut butter’s complex roasted nuttiness. You can pair it with butter, jam, or more peanut butter, honestly, you’ll be eating slices of this bread as is — it’s just that good! Click here to see the recipe!
3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies
Peanut butter, an egg, and some sugar are all you need to make a delicious batch of cookies! These 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies are your way to have dessert in a hot second. If you want more flavor, add peanut butter chips, but make the cookies with whatever you have on hand! Despite the small number of ingredients, these cookies have the taste of those classic crosshatch peanut butter cookies we all ate as children! Curious to try the recipe? Click the link here!
Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Cake
This Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Cake is calling all peanut butter lovers! An easy sheet pan cake is packed with your tried-and-true peanut butter flavor. But it doesn’t stop there. A creamy peanut butter buttercream coats the cake, adding a double punch of rich peanut-y heaven. We went for a third hit of peanut butter goodness with a garnish of roasted peanuts. While you want to pair this cake with a good old cup of cold milk, you’ll never want to have peanut butter cake with any other ingredient like chocolate! You’ll want double peanut butter ALL of the time! To get the full scoop on this cake, click the link here.
Peanut Butter Creams
We didn’t know what Peanut Butter Creams were when we saw the vintage recipe card, but we knew it had to be good. Brown sugar, milk, sugar, peanut butter, and a single egg white were the only ingredients needed to whip up a fabulous confection. These candies cook on high heat and then are folded into the whipped egg white, producing a texture with a chewy bite. The hardest thing about these candies is waiting for them to harden up! If you want to bring this vintage peanut butter recipe to life in your kitchen, click the link here.
Amish Peanut Butter Pie
The Amish have their way with desserts, so it’s no wonder that they hit it out of the ballpark with a peanut butter treat. This Amish Peanut Butter Pie is nifty with simple ready-at-hand ingredients but feels more complicated than it looks (just don’t tell people how easy it is to make). A crumble does double duty, acting as both the pie crust and crumb topping. The fluffy peanut butter pudding filling is the main star, giving you just enough sweetness, saltiness, and whipped airiness to make you eat the pie again and again! Try the recipe out for yourself by clicking the link!SKM: below-content placeholder