Powdered Peanut Butter

By • August 28, 2012 • 4 Comments

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You read it right. The folks at PB2 have come up with a powdery substance that can be reconstituted into peanut butter with a few spoonfuls of water. It's called "PB2," and it contains 85% less fat calories than its fully constituted cousin.

Though the powder is a byproduct of the peanut oil extraction and therefore completely natural, we’re having trouble understanding the problem with the original version. Let the astronauts have the powdered form – we’ll stick with freshly ground.

PB2: A powdered, peanut butter alternative from South Georgia from Atlanta Magazine

Comments (4)


over 1 year ago creamtea

Because you can get it past Security and have your fix in-flight.


over 1 year ago tasty

I haven't seen it here in Aust, but it would weigh a lot less and that would make it awesome for carrying on multi-day hikes


over 1 year ago BTLover2

I use it in my smoothies as well. Nothing wrong with the "real" pb, but it's nice to have an option that is natural but with less fat.


over 1 year ago drbabs

Barbara is a trusted source on General Cooking.

It's been around for a while. We like it in smoothies!