I use it with my brownies...but am going to try it in the choc chip pancakes...potentially delish!!.
I'll let you know....
Yes in or on pancakes........yum! In or on brownies.MMMMMMMM Hungry now!..
You know, I've added PB2 to several products, and I wasn't impressed with the taste. I mean... it didn't make much of a difference to make it worth adding it to my plan. Perhaps it's just me. I just recently bought the PB2 chocolate, and I've been hesitant to try it, because the PB2 didn't make much of a difference in taste for me. Just my 2 cents. :-)..
Tried adding the PB2 on top of Brownie last nite...it was good. I will try adding PB2 to the brownie mix next time! I haven't tried C-PB2... LOL, I feel like a test kitchen!!.
What I really want to try is the PBJ pancake (I think Freya made) I Love PBJ sandwiches!!..
All of the above. My favorite is number 2...
Ok I've asked this question before and I don't thing I got an answer..... what the heck is PB2 and C-PB2 ????.
I can only think peanut butter something........ help!..
PB2=powdered peanut butter.
C-PB2=chocolate powdered peanut butter.
These products are NOT recommended by MF, however, if an individual chooses to use them it is best to cound two level tablespoons as your one optional snack for the day..
They are available at.
Thanks, Merzzie! Now I don't have to wonder anymore. I don't do snacks though, so I guess I don't have to worry about how to count them...
Personally for me I have tried lots of the tips I pick up and some of the recipes but honestly I think most of it ruins an already nice tasting product and if I need to tweak it too much I just don't eat it and eat more of what I do like. Why settle for PB2 when you can have a tbsp of REAL peanut butter ? Just saying......
PB2 is real peanutbutter in dehydrated form...well, peanuts that have been squeeeezed to powder to get all the fatty oil out. I like PB2 as it is less fat and calories. And for some reason does not trigger cravings for me!..
I used it my first time on MF. My favorite was to add it to the puddings to make peanut butter cup pudding, snickerdoodle pudding, and PB&B(anana) pudding..
1 TBSP was plenty for me...