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My new favorite gulity pleaure (and its healthy too!!)

I love peanut butter.  I really love it.  I used to eat it, by the spoonfuls, out of the jar.  I love ice cream with peanut butter in it.  Yum.  I love chocolate covered peanut butter.  My favorite are the Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs that come out at Easter time, you know, because they have more peanut butter than the Peanut Butter Cups.


So, I was very excited, when I stumbled upon Bell Plantation PB2 Powdered peanut butter and cholcate powdered peanut butter.  This stuff is truly yummy!!  The nice thing about the powdered peanut butter is that it has only 1.5 grams of fat per 2 TBS serving (compared to 16 grams of fat per 2 TBS serving for all natural peanut butter). 

The powdered peanut butter tastes just like regular peanut butter when reconstituted with water.  It works great in protein cookie recipes and is yummy in protein shakes.  And, as I can atest, be eaten by the spoonful dry! I am really excited to have found this yummy product!  Who knows, it may even help me stay on track for Run With Jess' Weight Loss Challenge!

(I was not paid for this. Bell Plantation did not ask me to write this review . . . . I just love this product!)

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  1. Sounds yummy....I can't wait to try it!! We are a peanut butter-crazy family!

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  2. Sounds great! Where do you buy it?

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