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Classic Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich: An old-school favorite, with a PB2 twist!

“So, I’ve got my PB2 powder,” you might be saying to yourself. “Now, how do I get creamy peanut butter out of it?”

Lucky for you, making powdered peanut butter from PB2 is simple.

We recommend mixing a ratio of 2 tablespoons of PB2 powder to 1.5 tablespoon of water. Of course, you should feel free to experiment with the proportions, according to your own spreadability preferences and recipe needs.  If you’re still unsure and new to the whole powdered nut butter thing, try starting simple. One easy favorite recipe is our classic PB&J. Make this recipe using the recommended ratio and adjust from there, to see what you like best.

You might also be thinking, “What if I want to use PB2 regularly, but don’t feel like mixing it every day? Can’t I just mix a big batch at once and keep using that?”

The short answer: We don’t recommend this. The PB2 powder was formulated to be used on an as-needed basis. Any extended storage of PB2 after it has been mixed into peanut butter may affect the taste and texture. If you do find yourself with leftover peanut butter, store it in a tightly covered container in the refrigerator. You may store it this way for up to 48 hours. After that, if it has not been eaten, please properly dispose of the mixed peanut butter.

For more ideas on making powdered peanut butter, follow us on Instagram or check out our recipes on Pinterest.