How would it be on apples???? I will try it. Will have to use regular cinnamon until I find the other Thanks
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Try this w/ PB2 Chocolate:
2 Tbsp PB2 Choc 2 Tbsp cocoa (good quality - I use Dutch process) 1 tsp cinnamon (I use Vietnamese Extra Fancy - whatever that means. It's super pungent & potent)
Mix together in a bowl.
Dip sliced Asian pears in it. The liquidity & sweetness of the pears combines w/ the powered ingredients and YUM! Let it sit on the tongue for a moment to meld the textures & flavors and so you don't "inhale" a bunch of powder (like my brother did - lol).
PS: if you have a spice store near you, try it for your cinnamon, cocoa, etc.. Couldn't believe the difference in taste vs mass mrkt spices.
I bought mine in a health store in Vero Beach , Fl. It is also sold in Amazon, much cheaper if bought in a large quantity. Recipes can be found under Bell Plantations ( they make this PB ) It tastes fine to me. I didn't like the chocolate combination however. taste wasn't strong enough for me. I don't see why this PB2 can't be used in regular recipes after it has been reconstituted. Barbara
I understand Trader Joe's carry it, but a different brand.
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I have never heard of this or tried it. Does it really taste good when it is reconstituted with water? Any recipe suggestions? Have you seen it in stores?
I have only tried pb2 chocolate. I have a jar of the regular pb2 I haven't tried yet. I love the chocolate. It doesn't taste like nutella, but it is a perfect peanut butter replacement for me. Peanut butter has always been a trigger food for me; I can easily eat half a jar and made my husband take it to work with him when I was pregnant so I wouldn't! Regular peanut butter now tastes too sticky to me. Pb2 is great because you only mix up one serving at a time. It is available as an add-on item from Amazon at a reduced cost.
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