Amazing things you didn't know you could make with peanut butter

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Overnight peanut butter French casserole
Peanut butter is one of the world’s most-loved and versatile ingredients. Take a look around any supermarket and you’ll find it in chocolate bars, biscuits and many savory dishes and sauces as well. But how inventive are you when it comes to using peanut butter in your cooking? Read on for some inspirational ideas.

Peanut butter truffles
If you want to create some extra special nutty treats, try making peanut butter truffles. They’re far more glamorous than your average cookies or biscuits and require no baking at all.

Peanut butter and jam Bakewell tart
This quirky recipe is a wonderful twist on the classic British Bakewell tart. It’s been given an update with a crunchy peanut butter and jam filling surrounded by a bitter chocolatey crust. Tempted?

Peanut butter soup
Peanut soup is a staple of African cuisine and also very popular throughout Eastern Asia. It’s often combined with brown rice, red peppers, onions, garlic and chili powder to create a super-hearty bowl of goodness. Inspired?

Asian broccoli salad with peanut sauce
Turn veggie-haters into veggie-lovers with this super salad and dressing. Mix peanut butter with rice vinegar, soy sauce, honey and sesame oil to create the sauce, before drizzling over broccoli, edamame beans, green onions.

Peanut butter and banana sandwiches
This classic combination is well-known for being Elvis Presley’s favourite snack. To make the perfect PB&B sandwich, lightly toast the bread before spreading mashed banana on one slice and crunchy peanut butter on the other. Then fry in butter until each side is golden brown. Fit for a King!

Dark chocolate peanut butter 'brookies'
Fitness trainer and nutritionist Carly Tierney recommends using natural peanut butter to create these mouth-watering treats. Bake for 20–25 minutes to keep them nice and squidgy

Peanut butter and miso glazed salmon
Love experimenting with new flavor combinations? Try this interesting mix of peanut butter, miso and salmon. The creamy marinade also contains ginger and garlic for an extra kick.

Peanut butter and yoghurt
One of the easiest ways to feed your peanut butter addiction is to mix it with yogurt or ice cream. Try a topping of sliced banana, omega-rich flax seeds and ground nutmeg for a tasty, energy-boosting breakfast or snack

Peanut butter muffins
When it comes to peanut butter muffins, there are countless flavor combinations to choose from. Create a healthy treat with added blueberries or bananas and honey – or indulge yourself by adding a chocolate ganache and extra chopped nuts. Decisions, decisions...

Pad Thai
This stir-fried Thai noodle dish typically contains shrimps, vegetables, eggs and a mixture of sweet and sour flavors (including fish sauce, brown sugar and lime juice) – all topped with crushed peanuts. Adding a spoonful of peanut butter is a delicious way to bring the ingredients together, just be careful not to over-stir or your noodles may fall apart.

Gordon Ramsay's chicken satay with peanut sauce
Love Asian flavours? Try Gordon Ramsay's chicken and peanut satay recipe. This creamy sauce, which is hugely popular in Thai, Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine, is made with coconut milk, spices and peanuts. Switch in peanut butter for a simple, speedier alternative.

Peanut butter hummus
Peanut butter hummus may sound odd but it’s not that strange when you consider this chickpea dip is usually made with tahini, which is sesame seed paste. Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson says she likes this version more than the traditional recipe: “It is gorgeously filling, but without the slight clagginess that tahini can give.”

Peanut butter and cinnamon rice pudding
If you’re craving a warm, hearty dessert, rice pudding is a perfect choice. To take this cozy dish up a notch try this recipe with peanut butter, cinnamon and honey. It’s the ultimate comfort food.

Peanut butter baked Alaska
Impress your guests (or treat yourself) with this baked Alaska showstopper. Peanut butter is added to the cake mix, which is then topped with ice cream and meringue. Try this delicious mini peanut butter baked Alaska recipe.

Peanut butter scrambled eggs
Scrambled eggs and peanut butter?! This combination might not appeal to everyone, but actor Scott Foley is a big fan. When the Scandal star posted a video of himself enjoying this protein-rich breakfast, he racked up 10,000 likes in just 30 minutes. “You guys are insane – insane,” he told his followers afterwards. “It’s so good. Don’t knock it till you try it. Thanks! Peanut butter eggs. Dig it.”

Edd Kimber's peanut butter and banana quesadillas
Why limit yourself to savory quesadillas? This deliciously sweet recipe is a gloriously goey mix of peanut butter, bananas, marshmallows, dark chocolate and ground cinnamon wrapped in a soft tortilla.

Peanut butter and bacon sandwiches
UK supermarket Sainsbury’s caused a stir when it suggested adding peanut butter to bacon sandwiches during its 2016 Father’s Day campaign.


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