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PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter,6.5 oz
PB2 FOODS is the original creator of powdered peanut butter, proudly manufactured in Georgia, USAPB2 POWDERED PEANUT BUTTER tastes great and is more healthy than traditional peanut butterEASY TO MIX into your smoothies, protein shakes, spreads, or drizzle on your favorite treatsLOW CARB and KETO FRIENDLY: 90% less fat, 1g of added sugar, 6g of protein, and 60 calories/servingCERTIFIED GLUTEN FREE and made with NON-GMO INGREDIENTS
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100 Reddit comments about PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter,6.5 oz:

u/InTheMiddleOfSummer · 43 pointsr/1200isplenty

You're probably familiar with most of these already, but these are my favorite foods for filling up on minimal calories. Let me know if you want any additional info about any of them.

  • Puffed corn - 60cal per cup and lots of volume

  • Sugarfree jello cups - 5-15cal each

  • Halo Top ice cream (praise be)

  • All the green leafy vegetables

  • Soup (even cream-based ones can be pretty reasonable)

  • Egg whites

  • Oat fiber

  • Shirataki noodles

  • Tofu

  • Coco Lite - https://cocofoods.com/shop/index.php/coco-lite.html 16cal each. They're light, puffy, large crackers. Kind of like packing peanuts that you'd use to ship something. Not bad with Laughing Cow or something similar on them.

  • Laughing Cow - https://www.thelaughingcow.com/spreadable-cheese-wedges/ Mostly 35cal each.

  • Arctic Frozen ice cream - https://www.arcticzero.com/ 150-300cal per pint. Easier to find than Halo Top, but pretty gross. Good for desperately eating a whole pint of ice cream.

  • Rice crackers - https://www.amazon.com/Ka-Me-Crackers-Original-Ounce-Packages/dp/B000EPP56U?th=1 This link is just for reference. You can find different brands of these kind of crackers at most stores. Around 100cal for 16 crackers. Not bad, pretty bland.

  • Wasa Crackers - http://www.wasa-usa.com/products/crispbread/multi-grain/ Many varieties, pretty low cal.

  • Turkey/chicken chili – If you like canned chili, the turkey or chicken based ones are pretty good and have far fewer calories than the beef ones. I like Hormel's Turkey Chili, but it's admittedly pretty white trashy. Always get it with beans. They provide extra protein and fill you up more.

  • Rice cakes – 35cal each and good as a substitute for crackers.

  • PB2 - https://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS I've never tried this but have heard good things from people who like peanut butter.

  • Protein powder – 150ish calories per serving. Fills you up fast and is cheaper than your premixed drinks.

  • Hot Pockets – If you can stand these, avoid the low fat ones. The regular kinds have about the same amount of calories. 200-300 cal each. Good for a quick, shitty meal.

  • Walden Foods - https://www.waldenfarms.com/ - I've tried their salad dressing and their coffee creamer. You're not going to be wowed by any of their stuff, but for having almost no calories, it can be worth it.

  • ThinSlim Foods - http://www.thinslimfoods.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=8 – I haven't tried them, but have only heard good things.

  • Freeze-dried fruit – They are different than "dried" fruit. They've had all the liquid removed, so they're crunchy. 100-150 per bag generally and you can find a bunch of fruits.

  • Sprouts of any kind – alfalfa sprouts, brocolli sprouts, etc. Cheap and filling with good flavor.

  • Greek yogurt – Usually 100cal per serving. Comes in some good flavors, and you can find it pretty much anywhere.

  • Low cal pudding. Either premade or boxed-instant. You can find them in the 25-100cal per serving range. Can be nice for a quick sweet or you can mix it with other stuff.

  • FlatOut Bread - http://www.flatoutbread.com/ There are a bunch of brands that make similar items. Great for making little pizzas, rollups, etc. 90-110cal each.

  • Crunchmaster Multi-Grain Crackers https://crunchmaster.com/products/multi-grain-crackers/ Delicious on their own or with a topping. Roughly 8cal per cracker.
u/Dango_LXIX · 42 pointsr/funny

You could also buy powdered peanut butter and water it down significantly.

u/chronicallynervous · 27 pointsr/1200isplenty

PB2 is also a great alternative to peanut butter. It's 45 calories for 2 tablespoons. They also make a chocolate version, you can buy a two pack that includes one of each flavor on Amazon!! Overall a lifesaver for my peanut-butter-loving self. :)

u/fancyHODOR · 25 pointsr/tifu

You may want to try PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter. It's pretty good, especially in shakes. It also has less fat than ground peanuts and peanut butter, and it's clearly marked as what it is, so you can avoid possibly killing the people you interact with in the future.

u/matt01ss · 22 pointsr/funny

Optimum Nutrition always, no substitutes!

Also, get some PB2 and add a spoonful or two into your shake!

u/sintos-compa · 22 pointsr/veganketo

I come here to proselyte for the church of PB2

u/miss_baerly · 13 pointsr/Parenting

Hey, lots of folks have chimed in, may I give you a perspective from a parent who had TWO "severely allergic" children? And was lucky enough to enroll both of them in a peanut desensitization trial? (They both can tolerate peanuts now, yaay!)

Here's my $.02: [DISCLAIMER, I AM NOT A DOCTOR! I AM NOT A DOCTOR! PEANUTS CAN BE LIFE THREATENINGLY DANGEROUS TO SOME CHILDREN!]

If you have any doubts, have your child tested for allergies. There are two main tests. One, aka the "ige" test, is a blood test looking for specific antigens that allergic people have in their bloodstream. This is not foolproof, in fact, many "false positives" are reported. That is, many children test positive but can actually ingest peanuts. They're not sure why. There are far fewer "false negatives", but there are some. Still, it may help you ultimately.

The other kind of test is a skin test. Again, many false positives. But almost no false negatives. In other words, if they prick your back, rub some peanut protein in, and nothing happens, you're very likely fine. (Again, a positive skin test, or a big 'ol rash, might actually be ok--your digestive tract can handle it sometimes anyway).

All that said, if you don't have a history of food allergies in your family, and if your children have not shown any signs of eczema or asthma or other allergies / breathing problems, and you'd like to introduce peanuts, do so responsibly. Yes, you could (arguably should, if you want 100% peace of mind) go get a food challenge from an allergist, but there are other ways.

Nowadays, there's such a thing as "dry powdered peanut butter" that you can find online or in some health foods stores. It's basically powdered peanuts. I know this because it's the ONLY way I can get kid #2 to ingest some peanuts daily. (yes, per the allergy study, now that we're done, we have to give each of them a small dose of peanuts every day). Kid #1 eats a small peanut butter cup each day. Kid #2 HATES HATES HATES the smell / taste / thought of peanuts, in any form . . . except as a little bit of peanut powder stirred into applesauce. I mean, we tried peanut butter crackers, Reese's, Peanut Butter M&M's, Nutter Butter cookies, you name it. He cried while he tried to choke it down!

The fantastic thing about it is that you can give a very small amount in another food (like, seriously, start one day w/ 1/8 of a teaspoon in some yogurt--heck, even less!), then slowly up the "dosage" (not the same day) until you're sure s/he's can tolerate it. This is quite literally the way our study worked. We started w/ a few mg's of peanut protein, took that for two weeks, then got it doubled, etc. Seriously, they went from a controlled reaction of something like 15mg's (roughly 1/20th of one nut) to being able to tolerate 5,000 mg's (roughly 16 nuts!) of peanut protein at the end. This was over a period of a couple of years, though! But doing it this way (like a little controlled experiment) should be far less worrisome than just willy-nilly giving him/her a dollup of peanut butter.

It's also absolutely critical that you would be watching for any signs of a reaction should you need medical care. Having liquid Benadryl around and being absolutely prepared, if necessary, to go to the E.R. (or, better yet, call an ambulance) should be part of your plan. Look for any hives (face and upper body usually are first, but it can rapidly be everywhere), any swelling, any difficulty breathing. Head to the E.R. (or call the ambulance), and administer Benadryl (they have sweet tasting liquid kid packs at the drug store) if this happens.

Best of luck. Having kids with food allergies sucked ass. We're soooooooooooo glad we found our study!

u/ferb · 11 pointsr/AskCulinary

Along with these suggestions, check out PB2. It will probably be easier to mix than regular peanut butter.

u/bigmanloseweight · 9 pointsr/loseit

If you really love the taste of peanut butter, I've heard good things about PB2. It's powdered peanut butter that has way less fat/calories- just mix it with water.

http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1370324860&sr=8-1&keywords=PB2

Disclaimer: I haven't tried it myself.

u/Sashab_123 · 8 pointsr/fitmeals

Ingredients

2 skinless, boneless chicken breasts, thinly sliced

1/4 cup lime juice

3 tablespoons PB2

1.5 tablespoons warm water

2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger

3 garlic cloves, crushed

1 tablespoons toasted sesame oil

4 tablespoons soy sauce

2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar

1 1/2 tablespoons sugar

1 tablespoon Thai fish sauce

1 tablespoon crushed red pepper flakes

1 1/2 teaspoons salt

1 package FiberGourmet spaghetti

1 English cucumber, thinly sliced

1/2 red bell pepper, thinly sliced

1 cup carrots, thinly sliced

(plus whatever other vegetables you want in there: snow peas, broccoli, bean sprouts, etc.)

1 bunch cilantro, coarsely chopped

*Toasted sesame seeds as garnish (if you're feeling fancy)

****
Combine the chicken, 1 tablespoon soy sauce, lime juice and 1 clove of crushed garlic in a bowl and let stand a few minutes to marinate. Coat a nonstick pan with a bit of vegetable oil spray and pan fry until just cooked through. Reserve on the side.

To make the sauce, combine the PB2 and warm water in a large bowl until it reaches a peanut butter consistency (may require more/less water). Once mixed, add ginger, garlic, sesame oil, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, fish sauce, red pepper flakes and salt. Whisk to combine and taste to make sure it's tasty.

Meanwhile, cook the spaghetti in large pot of boiling salted water until tender. Rinse under cold water until cool, then drain really thoroughly and transfer to bowl with sauce. Toss to coat the noodles and let stand at room temperature until noodles have absorbed dressing, tossing occasionally, about 1 hour or more if you have the time. Stir in the chicken, vegetables and cilantro and toss again. Season with sesame seeds. This was delicious at room temperature, but turns it's even better cold the next day, (as I discovered eating the leftovers for lunch today).




The original recipe can be found here

u/diggdeserter · 8 pointsr/loseit

You should check this stuff out. Its peanut butter powder. Most of the fat has been removed. It takes just like peanut butter. I use it in shakes, eat a teaspoon plain, add it to greek yogurt, or mix with a little water to get a pretty good analog of real peanut butter without the calories. This shit is surprisingly good.

u/bailtail · 7 pointsr/mead

That’s why you use this stuff

u/schwagle · 6 pointsr/loseit

If/when you do start making protein shakes, PB2 Peanut Butter is an amazing addition. Adds a lot of peanut butter flavor for a very small amount of calories. I've heard that actually using the powder to make peanut butter is pretty damn good too, but I haven't tried that.

u/appBlu · 6 pointsr/Fitness

Speaking of smoothies, spinach with grapes and apple juice is awesome. I take handful of grapes, or around what a branch (idk grape terminology) would be, and chop up a bunch of spinach to throw it all into a blender. Blend for a few seconds and throw around a cup of apple juice in to neutralize the spinach flavor and you're golden. I tend to use a 16oz mason jar for my smoothies and throw them in the fridge. Typically they're only good for the next day so you can't prep a whole weeks worth but it's quick and easy if you prep all the ingredients in advance.


Another awesome mason jar prep that lasts for about 3-4 days in the fridge is oatmeal and this shit is good as hell. I typically use Quaker old fashion oats, almond milk, PB2, and berries or pumpkin filling.

u/mangolover · 6 pointsr/fatlogic

That's the first thought I had, too-- even with a close friend, I think I'd feel uncomfortable pointing out the nutritional content of the peanut butter, because it means that you were paying close attention to what she's eating which is really her business...

I have an idea, though. There's this thing called PB2-- it's powdered peanut butter, so it does away with a lot (all?) of the oil that causes peanut butter to be so fatty. It's only 45 calories for 2 tbsp, that's only 25% of the calories!! They're stocking it more and more at grocery stores near where I live and they have chocolate-pb flavor, too. Maybe you could mention that you never realized how fatty peanut butter was, but you heard about this product called PB2 and ask her if she's seen it at the grocery store...? Just a thought. Regardless, though, it's really good!

u/wistfullogastellus · 5 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

Peanut butter always manages to get me. Try buying PB2 online. It's powdered peanuts with 45 calories per serving. It's saved me so many times from consuming thousands of calories in one sitting.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002GJ9JWS/ref=redir_mdp_mobile/176-3235627-2685724

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u/Jynxers · 5 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

What country do you live in? My favourite brand is PB2

u/GabbyLynn · 5 pointsr/ketorecipes

Your best friend!

It's powdered peanut but, has less calories, carbs, fat, everything!

The down fall is the less fat of course but you can make that up by adding oil!

here!

They also have chocolate PB2!

u/ThrowAwayYouDontSay · 5 pointsr/vegan
  • 4 oz Coconut Aminos (I'm allergic to soy)
  • 1-2 tablespoons of PB2
  • 1 teaspoon of Sriracha

    = dead easy Thai peanut sauce you can put on damn near anything. Best with seitan and rice.
u/emuchop · 4 pointsr/Homebrewing
u/slizler · 4 pointsr/loseit

Someone above recommended powdered peanut butter. I'll be trying that soon. Yeah, regular PB has too many calories for me.

u/MsAlign · 4 pointsr/1200isplenty
u/--e · 4 pointsr/Parenting

OH, totally forgot!
smoothies are a brilliant idea, we've had great luck with this powder in smoothies. delicious and a protein bomb. some fruit (fresh or frozen, whatever's lying around), some malt powder, ice cream, yogurt, juice, whatever else we can find in the kitchen. Again, he helps with making it and "owns" the smoothie.

u/Uoarti · 4 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy
u/gibson_ · 4 pointsr/Nootropics

I order everything from amazon.

(Well everything that I can. I can get this overnighted to my house for free [usually...I have a distro center in my town])

u/MegatronThermos · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

> http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

Whoa! Never heard of that. Cool! I bet that would work really well. Thanks!

u/thpiper10 · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

Ohh fun thought! Not tested, but I think you should get some of the powdered PB2 stuff and replace some of the sugar with that!

It would be a fun experiment.

http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/averagepotato · 3 pointsr/bodybuilding

http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS
PB2, 45 calores, 5g protein for 2 tbsp, add it to protein shake if you crave peanut butter like I do, its also great to spread on pancakes (4 egg whites(1 cup) and 1/2 cup oats, taste like meh but 250 calories, 25g protein and actually filling)

u/Lucky_Skittles · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

Anyone tried this before?Powdered peanut butter

u/MossyMadchen · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

I would try out some recipes for peanut butter hot chocolate (most seem to be hot chocolate with a spoon of peanut butter) and substitute PB2 for regular peanut butter. There's also a chocolate pb2 that you may want to try. You could premake your mix in a jar and bring it to work, or maybe just stash your cocoa and pb in your office and mix it there. Good luck!

u/nikhils_orange · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

I'm addicted to peanut butter. My solution: PB2. Put a bit on an apple or a banana = yum!

u/catsinpacks · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

Powdered peanut butter, has less calories than regular. https://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/moralitydictates · 3 pointsr/soylent
u/Anemoni · 3 pointsr/loseit

It's basically peanut powder. You can add water to it to make peanut butter (or something similar to peanut butter), and it has much fewer calories. Here's a link

u/ilovepills · 3 pointsr/GetMotivated

Your diet is going to make the biggest difference in your weight loss. They say weight loss is 85% diet, and it's true. I too have lost 120 pounds and I honestly think exercise is unnecessary. I run now, but I do that for overall health. Here's a few things I eat on a weekly basis.

Breakfast:

  • 8oz.non-fat greek yogurt with fruit (usually a banana)

  • 1 scoop protein powder, 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, handful of baby spinach, 1 banana (or other fruit). Blend.

  • Oatmeal

  • 1 1/2 T. Peanut butter on whole wheat toast

    Lunch/Dinner:

  • 2 Tuna sandwiches. 1 can tuna, 1T. non-fat mayo, 1T. mustard, 1T. relish. Put onto 2 of these things. I usually eat this with celery dipped in PB2 and a side salad of mixed greens tossed in low-cal vinegarette.

  • Grill a shitload of chicken breasts and keep them in your fridge. I'll heat up a giant bowl of broccoli and throw a chopped-up chicken breast on there and eat it with sriracha. You can also put a breast onto 4 corn tortillas with some homemade guac and pico de gallo. Cook up some quinoa and eat it with the chicken.

  • Beans. Make low-cal chili with super-lean ground turkey and some canned beans - tons of fiber and protein to keep you full.

    I tend to pick a protein source and build a meal around that. I try to always add as many veggies as I can, usually in the form of a side salad or celery.

    I HIGHLY recommend downloading MyFitnessPal on your phone (assuming you have a smartphone) and log everything you eat. I winged it for the first year but the app makes it so much easier.

    Something I've recently fallen in love with - sweet potatoes. I scrub them clean and bake for an hour @ 400. Cut it in half, sprinkle a little salt or some cinnamon and eat it. Great desert, full of good shit, and it tastes delicious.

    There are a ton of things you can eat that are good for you. Lots of other fish, tons of ways to cook/eat chicken and turkey, beans, etc.
u/ceralyn · 3 pointsr/shittyfoodporn

Boom

It's actually pretty good for peanut butter cravings without dropping 200 calories on 2 tablespoons.

u/FishFeast · 3 pointsr/Fitness

Peanut Butter and PB2 is powdered peanut butter as seen here at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS?th=1

u/phobos2deimos · 3 pointsr/Fitness

I'm a noob with little contribute right now, but Costco has a whey powder for $40 per 6 lb. bag Same stuff on Amazon is $60. It doesn't taste as good as ON, but with some PB2 it's still good.

u/Fenix159 · 3 pointsr/Homebrewing

A lot of people use PB2.

Far as chocolate, I use cocoa nibs, pale chocolate malt and some C120 to get a lovely chocolate flavor. Lactose enhances the perception there as well. But yes, you can also use extract if you want for the chocolate.

Edit: Added link to PB2 to facilitate lazy learning.

u/akawesomesauce · 3 pointsr/fatlogic

I'm in Canada, so I'm not 100% sure, but it does look like if all else fails, you can order it on Amazon.

Amazon also appears to have the hoosier hill farm powdered peanut butter, which is a LOT cheaper than the PB2 brand, but I haven't tried it so I can't speak to the quality, but it does have good reviews and unlike PB2 which has added salt and sugar, the hoosier hill farm stuff is literally just peanuts.

Both of those are fulfilled by amazon as well, so not some third party that advertises one price and then charges twice that much in shipping.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BXR3WLS?psc=1 - hoosier hill farm

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bell-Plantation-Powdered-Peanut-Butter/dp/B002GJ9JWS - pb2

u/zerodiscipline · 3 pointsr/loseit

Like celery AND peanut butter?? try PB2!

u/TheShellyWebster · 3 pointsr/loseit

Try this: https://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

I've tried it. It's dope. (fellow peanut butter lover here! :)

u/rhesus_pieces · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy
u/pumpkin_blumpkin · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I would recommend you use your favorite chocolate whey protein, and then add in dehydrated peanut butter I use this and it tastes phenomenal.

u/James_LeFleur · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Peanut butter in oatmeal is magical. I like to put powdered peanut butter in mine to get the right consistency.

u/GregorysAleck · 2 pointsr/soylent

Flavored powders would be fantastic if such a thing existed.

The only flavored powder I used was peanut butter. http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/garnett8 · 2 pointsr/leangains

PB2 is a great way to get in some peanut butter flavor for shakes or any recipes while cutting a lot of the calories out.

u/sandysquirrel · 2 pointsr/fitmeals

I get mine on Amazon.

u/aaarrrggghhhh · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Its called PB2. Pretty cheap online, usually grocery stores charge premium on it for whatever reason. I don't know what country you're in, but in the US, you can find it at Giant Eagle, Whole Foods, Market Basket, Stop & Shop, etc. in the aisle with the peanut butter.

u/mucusplug · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I've never had it, but PB2 seems to be pretty good.

u/ZackGreinke · 2 pointsr/Fitness

PB2 is a powdered peanut butter. I've never had it but I have heard good things about it and has pretty good macros.

http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/JoyfulStingray · 2 pointsr/TrollXFitness

Gross. I prefer PB2 for shakes and other things where peanut butter is not the star but just a flavor (like oatmeal with chocolate chips).

Otherwise, real peanut butter forever.

u/sew_butthurt · 2 pointsr/aww

I'm reasonably certain (conspiracy alert here) that the mainstream peanut butter brands are peanut fiber (left over from pressing out the peanut oil) mixed with vegetable shortening. Whenever I eat Jif, it coats my lips with a weird chapstik-type film. Natural peanut butter doesn't do this, but you have to stir it up. I don't mind some stirring.

eta: The source of inspiration for this theory is PB2: http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/chems89 · 2 pointsr/loseit

Much less fat! You can order it off Amazon, its just a tbsp of powder plus a few tbsp of water, mix it up. It's not 100
% like peanut butter of course, but in a smoothie with tons of fat in it, you can't even tell it's just a peanut butter-y taste :) I just add a half a tbsp and it's wonderful!

u/Snozaz · 2 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Amazon.ca has a 12 x 6.5oz packages listed for $11.00 right now... I was talking to a customer service agent through chat and she confirmed it for me.
http://www.amazon.ca/Powdered-Peanut-Butter-Less-Calories/dp/B002GJ9JWS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1413505094&sr=8-1&keywords=Powdered+Peanut+Butter

u/mattjeast · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

https://smile.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS?sa-no-redirect=1&th=1

It's not bad. Especially if you make it with almond milk instead of just water.

u/puddnn · 2 pointsr/vegan

I do this pretty often as well, but I add 2 things. First, just a small amount (1-2 oz) of almond milk to cream it up, and secondly a tbsp of PB2. Turns this into a glorious peanut butter/banana oatmeal while adding less than a 1g of fat and only like 30 calories.

edit: PB2 is powdered peanut butter (asked in pms, figured I'd answer here and link. http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

stuff is amazing, I get it at Kroger in their little "natural/health food" section

u/theGalation · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

Peanut butter powder may be your best option. If you do it, report back, I have it in mind to try it some day.

u/ggrieves · 2 pointsr/bodybuilding

nice! that's way cheaper than PB2 that I've been using

u/yesitsraining · 2 pointsr/recipes

(Ask your doctor first) but perhaps consider a multivitamin and/or fiber supplement? Just to make sure that, with an altered diet (I am assuming that this is not your normal diet) you are still getting the nutrients that you need (and the fiber to not have the liquid diet wreak havoc).

If you find yourself losing too much weight or unable to keep up calories, drinks such as ensure or boost (etc.) are a good option (also, they make good snacks).

Be careful not to add too many artificial sweeteners to your diet, they tend to irritate the stomach.

Now for some recipes/food suggestions: you seem to be getting a lot of sweeter suggestions, and they seem to be a bit easier to think of (fruits, nut butters, different milks, etc.). Good smoothie additions are: tofu (lots of protein!), well soaked chia seeds (great sources of omega-3 and are much softer and easier to digest than flax seeds), and any sort of protein powder or nut powder.

For more savory foods, the beauty of having a great blender is being able to turn (almost) any soup into a creamy one! Make sure you keep a lot of beans, lentils, seitan, tofu, etc. to keep up your fiber and protein, because meat might be harder to incorporate into your meals.

One of my friends has Crohn's and she uses this website for when she needs to stick to a more liquid diet. Some of the recipes are soft foods, but most are liquid (or can easily be made into mush/liquid). Please let me know if you need any more recipes/tips!

u/semi-conscientious · 2 pointsr/Fitness

It's a sort of powdered peanut butter. Supposedly it's made by applying high pressure to peanuts and extracting the fat/oil in the nuts, leaving a dry powder. You rehydrate it with water and it works great as peanut butter or in smoothies and so on. Sounds kind of weird, but it tastes pretty great and is much lower in calories than normal peanut butter (45 Calories vs 190 Calories).

I buy it 1 or 2 lb at a time from amazon.

u/bty2047 · 2 pointsr/keto

I'm going to be try to make a chocolate-peanut butter version soon. At a health expo I got a trial of "Powedered Low Calorie" peanut better and it tasted amazing. It's called PB2 found here: http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-Calories/dp/B002GJ9JWS I'm going to try to find it in stores, I bet it would make great 1-minute muffins!

u/chessehead23 · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing
u/zephoxuk · 2 pointsr/FoodDev
u/evilf23 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

try pb2. its powdered peanut butter with most of the oils removed. you can add water/milk/cream and make delicious sauces or flavor smoothies with it. i add coconut milk and use it flavor greek yogurt with berries for breakfast everyday. it's in the peanut butter section at target.


http://amzn.com/B002GJ9JWS

u/Eric578 · 1 pointr/keto

I had upper jaw surgery last tuesday. I was doing keto for just under 3 months before the surgery, and have continued doing it with my doctors permission during my recovery. I highly recommend sticking with keto, since the diet itself helps reduce inflammation if done right which helps you recover faster.

If you have any questions about the surgery feel free to ask :) Getting enough liquid keto calories is hard, so far my diet is basically the same thing everyday and ends up being a little over a thousand calories.

breakfast: this very soft scrambled egg dish I learned how to do from a gordan ramsey youtube video. About 300 calories: 2 eggs some cream and butter. You keep it moving until it forms a thick custard, super yummy and syringe-able.

lunch: 1 cup of almond or coconut milk with low carb protein powder and some pb2 powder.

dinner: soup. My current two choices are a broccoli and cauliflower cheese thing I made, and a thai inspired cucumber and coconut one.

u/imyourspiritanimal · 1 pointr/fitmeals

Adding PB2 also helps a lotttt!

u/cadraig · 1 pointr/keto

I... I didn't even know this was a thing. Now I do, and I'm gonna get me some. They sell it on the UK Amazon site, I guess it's imported, hence the high price.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Fitness

My go to breakfast in the morning is 3 cups of spinach, hand full ice, spoon full peanut butter, a little bit of almond milk, half a banana, scoop of chocolate protein. Blend it all up. You can't taste the spinach at all and it gets you full.
Also my wife found some powder peanut butter that's only 45 cals. a serving. It's great for when you wanna snack but don't have extra cals. to spare.
http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/choochoothegaintrain · 1 pointr/steroids

I recently got a grown-up blender and have been making the most fire bedtime shakes:

  • 40g vanilla casein
  • a banana
  • scoop of PB2
  • scoop of fiber
  • scoop of lecithin
  • a little fairlife milk, water & ice

    and the piece de resistance is a tablespoon of non-diastatic malt. it makes your protein shake a malt shake!
u/Reddittoomuch · 1 pointr/gainit

It might not be but it is really easy to measure and blend. I personally use my protein scoop to get my PB powered as a measure. I buy this brand: http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/redditorguy · 1 pointr/soylent
u/hornet54 · 1 pointr/shittyfoodporn

I had a similar thought too. I put a gob of peanut butter in a shaker cup and it didn't really work. What does work, however, is powdered peanut butter!

u/cryonine · 1 pointr/loseit
u/SarahDawn1 · 1 pointr/loseit

hola. I've not ever tried it myself, so I can't comment on the consistency or the taste. But I have seen it at Whole Foods and also online: http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1369838176&sr=8-1&keywords=pb2

u/msfayzer · 1 pointr/52weeksofcooking

Just a normal noodle recipe but I added a tablespoon of PB2. I didn't really taste the peanut butter though.

u/burkeet · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Try out PB2 I have been able to find this at major markets like Kroger and Safeway. I like to dip apple slices or celery into the powder itself, get the same pb apple flavor and the powder sticks to the cut fruit/veg.

u/purebredginger · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I started a new diet and I want to start protein shakes. peanut butter is a great flavoring agent, but you have to be careful because of the sugar and what not. This is a great alternative to the regular stuff and is actually pretty healthy.

I was away this weekend and I got back and really wanted to snuggle with my cat and he kept squirming away... all I want is for him to love me =(

u/macgeekgrl · 1 pointr/loseit

If you have an Amazon Prime account, that would probably be the best way to go. Here it is:

amazon.com

Aside from that, I'm not sure where you can get it without paying s&h.

Hope that helps!

u/video-girl · 1 pointr/loseit

I buy PB2 which is like peanut butter but with like 90% less fat (its powdered). You mix it with water and it actually tastes a lot like peanut butter, or i use it in protein shakes if i want a peanut butter taste. I like it quite a bit, but it is kind of expensive. Or Id say just to have some peanut butter! Buy the stuff that doesnt have a lot of added salt or sugar, and only have the recommended serving size (usually 2 tablespoons). Peanut butter is fine in moderation just makes sure you dont go over board.





PB2:http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

u/rachelrad · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have wanted to try this powdered peanut butter forever! My favorite candy is Dots. Or anything with peanut butter and chocolate. Candy in general is my favorite food =P What's your favorite?

u/WIttyRemarkPlease · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

You've got a GREAT start, but a few items I'd be wary of that others have pointed out are - Granola (these are usually high in sugar), Breads (these are generally high in simple carbs and are treated in the body like sugar), Peanut Butter (these can have lots of sugar added and are really high calorie, try PB2). Your plain yogurt is pretty good as well, be careful of flavored yogurts though as they add a lot of sugar.

One of the most useful things you can do in determining what's 'healthy' is learn how to interpret food labels. The 2 most important labels to know are:

Nutrition Labels -
FDA standards maintain consistency between products so consumers can compare nutritional values, but consumers must also be aware that manufacturers can deceive shoppers by manipulating serving sizes. Products such as creams, butters, and cheeses are often listed in much smaller serving sizes than they are actually used in.

Make an educated decision in the store by converting servings on the label into the amount used in the recipe; providing a more realistic idea of the nutritional value each ingredient contributes to the recipe and allowing us to determine whether we want to find a substitute for it.


Ingredient List - The ingredient list is another important piece in evaluating product quality because every ingredient is displayed in order of prominence. As a rule of thumb the fewer the ingredients, the better and if I can pronounce the ingredients that's even better.

If you'd like to see some of this explained with pictures visit here.

u/coney_dawg · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I actually followed the ingredients from AIH's Genius Stout and modified the boil, adding 6.5 oz of PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter in the last 30 minutes of my 60 minute boil and 3 weeks into fermentation, added 1 dram of Peanut Butter Flavoring, which added HUGE amounts of delicious peanut buttery aroma and sweet PB on the back of the tongue. I can attest to the fact that this beer is getting better with age, and is far from perfect, but served at ~50 F, you're sure to have a good time.

EDIT: I let peanut butter flavoring infuse in beer for ~7-8 days before bottling.

u/Vulpyne · 1 pointr/Nootropics

> Peanut butter is actually one of the worst culprits for Omega 6 fatty acids.

Whoops! There's stuff like like this which has greatly reduced fat: https://smile.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

A serving has 1.5g fat compared to about 16g for actual peanut butter. It only has 5g protein compared to 8g for regular peanut butter, though, so if you ate the equivalent amount it would probably be around 2.6g fat.

> But it looks like Macadamia nuts are nearly free of Omega 6, and they are lower in fiber than the other nuts.

Just keep 'em away from your dog, if you have one. They're pretty toxic to dogs. They're pretty high in fat, so you probably couldn't get a lot of protein from them without exceeding your caloric requirements but variety is always nice.

These are the kind I've had in the past: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OBIL8SU

I'd recommend them, but they are pretty expensive. They were the best deal for reasonably rated hemp hearts at the time I investigated. 10g protein to 1g fibre. They taste similar to wheat germ, just with a bit of a nuttier/sharper taste.

> I also saw seaweed can be great if you can actually eat enough of the stuff.

I'm not really a fan, but if you enjoy it!

> What do you use in substitution for eggs? Most substitutes I see are high fiber and I'd prefer not to use those.

For baking? I usually don't use anything, but I don't bake a lot of stuff like cakes. Apple sauce and mashed banana are two substitutes that come to mind which are frequently used in baking. You might be able to use silken tofu or arrowroot powder (mostly starch, I don't think it would have much fiber.)

There are also dedicated egg replacers, like this stuff: http://www.ener-g.com/egg-replacer.html
It doesn't seem to have any significant fiber. I don't think I've ever tried it myself.

By the way, if you crave the eggy taste for non-baking stuff there's a salt called kala namak which has a very sulfery-eggy taste. I like to toss some cubed tofu with a bit of cornstarch, kala namak, and black pepper then fry it in a hot pan with some olive oil. Tastes a lot like fried eggs and the texture is pretty much like egg whites.

This is what I have: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B001O1VDXM/

Not sure if it's still the best deal, but a little goes a long way. I bought the 1lb package back in 2012 and still have a decent amount left.

By the way, the Amazon links aren't affiliate links or anything like that. Just a possible place to acquire it if you're interested. I'd certainly recommend doing a little independent research before buying.

u/gnuman · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Peanut powder you mean peanut flour or PB2 powder https://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS?th=1?

u/CJOttawa · 1 pointr/trailmeals

I wonder if they make an almond version of PB2?

...apparently, there's something similar:
http://www.amazon.com/Almond-Better-Better-Powdered-Butter/dp/B00GIA1W2Q

u/Eileen_Palglace · 1 pointr/recipes

I don't think most of us know what you mean by "peanut butter stock." It's not a common term in the USA as far as I know, and every Google result I'm seeing for it seems to indicate it's just... shelled, halved peanuts.

So I'd say... um... have you considered eating them? :) Or feeding some birds with them. Or going here. Not sure how this would differ from "I have an awful lot of peanuts," which would have been much clearer and probably gotten you some better advice!

Or if you meant something else by "stock" (e.g. at first I thought you might have meant this), you'll have to explain it to us better.

u/deathfreshener · 1 pointr/loseit

Breakfast:

Clean Lean Protein shake with banana and powdered peanut butter, made with almond milk.

Lunch:

Giant handful of spinach, diced tomato, 1/4 - 1/2 cup brown rice, two eggs, sometimes avocado, always with a bit of pecorino romano cheese.

Dinner:

Sometimes the same as lunch or a spinach, grilled chicken and rice bowl with broccoli, bell pepper and avocado. Dab of coy sauce or sriracha.

Snacks:

We love the whole grain Fig Bars we get from costco, also Mama Chia is a fave as well. We also get the 1 lb dark chocolate bars from Trader Joe's and have a square after lunch and dinner.

u/kruxofthemimed · 1 pointr/vegan

I've been having this new kind of smoothie lately, it's been terribly delicious. Frozen banana slices, frozen blueberries, soy milk, and.. powdered peanut butter. Never had powdered peanut butter before but holy shit, makes the smoothest, thickest, most delicious smoothies I've ever had. I have a ninja blender and I drink nearly an entire blender full of it every morning.

u/whitewhitewine · 1 pointr/loseit

PB2 is a powdered form of peanut butter that you add water to. It tastes mostly like peanut butter (especially if, like me, it's been a long time since you've allowed yourself real PB!) but in many cases it changes the taste/consistency of things when added to recipes. This sounds so yummy and filling though, it might be worth the calories for me!

u/storunner13 · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

it's not a terrible idea if you like peanut butter beers. I would probably be satisfied with taster.

What OG are you looking to hit? at 1.040, I would look to hit 20 IBU, 30 MAX, and move Fuggles to 20minutes to give a flavor complexity, but less aroma. Personally, I'd reduce the Melanoiden a little. Golden Naked Oats might be a nice addition too. If you're set on using a dextrine malt, use Weyermann Carafoam instead of Briess carapils. Keep in mind that Malted oats are much thinner than barley malt and therefore need a narrower gap in your mill--I would mill them separately.

Definitely use PB2. I'm not sure how people use it with success (dry hop? flameout?) so do some research on what has worked for others and mimic it in your recipe.

u/Arachnocentric · 1 pointr/Fitness

http://www.amazon.com/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS

This stuff is good for mixing into shakes or even just hydrating (with oil or water) and using as peanut butter. It's intended more for people who want to cut fat, but it might be good for you too.

Do you like tuna? If not, start to like tuna. You can mix lots of stuff with it and get a quick healthy lunch.

u/495830189z · 1 pointr/xxfitness

You go girl! For your peanut butter craving, look into PB2. 2 tablespoons have 45 calories instead of close to 200...it's pretty cool stuff :)

u/FavoriteCereal · 1 pointr/OpTicGaming

I saw that in nade's video, and went to some stores to find it. I found it really easily here in the US. I think it shouldn't be hard. Also, UK amazon has it http://www.amazon.co.uk/PB2-Powdered-Peanut-Butter-6-5/dp/B002GJ9JWS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1394934048&sr=8-1&keywords=peanut+butter+powder

u/lonadani · 1 pointr/loseit

My morning shake is vanilla protein powder (170 calories), 1 tablespoon PB2 (22 calories), 1/2 banana (55 calories), 1 cup of water or almond milk, and 1 cup of ice!

u/a350z4me · 1 pointr/camping

Granola and trail mix are always yummy and good snacks for the heat because they won't melt. I like packing Fritos because they are have a lot of calories for their weight, and I'm a sucker for crunchy salty things (especially after hiking all day).

5 Hour Energies are probably a wonderful thing to bring, but I don't drink them so I can't comment on them specifically.

For larger meals, you can keep it simple and just pick up some dehydrated Mountain House type meals. They can be spiced up with some herbs/red pepper that you bring in. You can also pack in a few tortillas if you want. One of my favorite breakfasts is a Mountain House Breakfast Skillet with some of their fire roasted veggies thrown in, and put on a tortilla.

I would recommend bringing a small stove because NOTHING is better than a hot meal after backpacking. Or a hot coffee (I use Starbucks Via packets) in the morning as you watch the world wake up.

The stove doesn't have to be fancy, this cheap one from Amazon will work just fine. You can pick up a fuel canister on the island and it should hold you over for a 3 night trip. Pair with a little backpacking pot like this and you should be well set to heat up water for meals.

I'm also a big fan of bringing electrolyte supplements, especially when I know I'm going to be sweating a lot. I have also used Clif Shot Bloks, but they may melt in the heat.

For me, a day of backpacking food is something like:

  • Breakfast: Coffee!!! Mountain House Breakfast Skillet, 2 servings, ~800 calories. Add veggies or a tortilla if available. If I know I'm going to need a calorie boost throughout the day, I'll add some olive oil.
  • Snack 1: Granola or trail mix, 150 - 200 calories.
  • Snack 2: Peanut M&Ms, 150 - 200 calories.
  • Lunch: Tear apart some beef jerky, mix in with instant cheddar mashed potatoes, and crumble Fritos on top. Sounds weird, tastes great. Can be eaten hot or cold. Another option is a packet of ramen noodles mixed with Mountain House's fire roasted veggies, powdered peanut butter, and sriracha sauce. 550 - 650 calories.
  • Snack 3: Trail mix, Clif Bloks, or a Clif Bar, 150-200 calories
  • Snack 4: Fritos, Clif Bar, or Peanut M&ms, 150-200 calories
  • Dinner: Mountain House Chili Mac with Beef, 2.5 servings, 575 calories. Add olive oil mixed with sriracha for another boost in calories and flavor.

    Overall, for a full backpacking day I will aim for ~3,000 calories.

    It's not the best or lightest, but it's a plan that works for me without having to spend too much time thinking about food. Meals can be switched around and mixed and matched, but I try to keep the calorie distribution roughly the same.
u/acciointernet · 1 pointr/loseit

It's powdered peanut butter -- you mix it with water. I think 2 tablespoons is only 45 cals or something. If you get the water to powder ratio right, I personally think it's a fair substitute for peanut butter!!