We’ve all had that dilemma: what to do with a half-empty jar of peanut butter once you get around to cleaning the fridge? Here are some recipes to help, from freezer fudge to s’mores. You’ll never throw out the last bit of peanut butter again.
Want fudge without the hassle? Try this recipe where all you have to do is freeze the batter and 45 minutes later, you’ll have all the fudge you can eat.
Whip up a treat for you and your pet with these puppy-friendly peanut butter bites. It’s paws-itively delicious.
Peanut butter and bacon is the unbeatable sweet and salty combination you’ve been looking for. Get adventurous and try it in a toasted sandwich.
These bars are a no-bake alternative to your favorite Reese’s peanut butter cups. You’ll be snacking to your heart’s desire in no time.
It’s cold outside, but our version of peanut butter s’mores will warm you right up. Chocolate, marshmallows and peanut butter together has never tasted better.
If you want to be classy and try chocolate truffles, this recipe is for you. It mixes the crunch of pretzels with peanut butter, in a simple recipe that takes under one hour.
Remember those Chewy bars from kindergarten snacks? Everyone wanted you to share, and this easy recipe guarantees enough servings for you and your friends.
You won’t regret making this chocolate chip and peanut butter biscotti, which pairs perfectly with coffee. It’s the quickest way to travel to Italy in one bite.
Need some dip for your banana chips? This yogurt dip with peanut butter and chocolate toppings mixed in is just like fro-yo for your sweet tooth.
Plain matzo is like the boring older cousin to our much cooler caramel-drizzled, peanut butter and chocolate matzo recipe. It’s a rollercoaster ride for your taste buds from start to finish, from sugary sweet to salty tang.
We know you love your pumpkin spice latte, but you’ll love this layered pumpkin and peanut butter s’mores bar even more. Top it off with some vanilla ice cream and you have a mouthwatering, decadent dessert.
Struggling to figure out what’s for dinner? Mix in sesame seeds and peanut butter for an Asian-inspired take on noodles. It’ll be sure to impress your friends, while managing to be cheaper than ordering Chinese takeout.
If you’re tired of your post-workout drink, try this nutty chocolate protein shake. It only takes three minutes to make, which is great when you’re still exhausted from the gym.
All pie is delicious, but this decadent chocolate pie is especially so with its crunchy PB crust and rich pudding filling. You won’t be able to resist taking a second helping.
Luna bars are super addicting, but we’ve made an even better alternative with pretzels and peanut butter. We promise you won’t be craving the peanut butter cookie flavor from Luna bars anymore, once you make these bars.
Peanut butter has always been a childhood favorite, ever since we had PB&J at lunchtime. These combinations help you finish that nearly-empty jar in the fridge, whether it be delicious dessert or tonight’s dinner.