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I buy Protein Plus peanut flour and the ingredients are literally just dry roasted peanuts.
I add a little salt on my own.
It's definitely a thing, here's a link to a good protein flour product on amazon. In fact, I use it almost every day!
I add this to my oatmeal while I'm cooking it, and it tastes so peanut-y for less calories! I also use coconut milk as my favourite brand is 45 cal/cup. The whole milk is a lot of cals as well.
I shop at Winco Foods, they have it in bulk for $2 per pound. Not really sure where else to get it
edit: Amazon has it
Yea, prime ship is gone on that one BUT ... a 2 LB package for $13.90 (about $0.44/ounce) is available with prime ship here
And yes! peanut flour = powdered peanut butter. to eat like peanut butter, add water salt + sweetener of your choice. Bonus? I can't go digging into these packages with a spoon like I do with regular PB
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It is slightly more specialty. I order mine from amazon. It is like $14 for a large bag or $6 for a small bag and lasts for months. You can also find sugar free pbfit in many stores, but that has added monk fruit and salt and is much pricier.
Sort of - PB2 has sugar as an ingredient and I avoid added sugars. So I used Protein Plus peanut flour because the only ingredient is peanuts. I do add a dash or two of salt though. ([link])
Your response to my comment saying powder is much more expensive:
"Nah. Get defatted peanut flour. You get a lot and it goes a long way."
Don't make false claims. It isn't anywhere close to being cheaper.
I, too, have an issue with over eating Peanut Butter. It's so tasty!
So, I found a peanut powder on Amazon a few months back. It has no additives. It is simply Peanuts. I must admit that the taste isn't top of the line, but it has no sugar, salt, or any other additives. I will add some salt or any other flavorings to give a more delectable flavor.
Here is the link to the product.
I had ordered peanut flour due to it being advailable for next day shipping. Do you believe it is ok to sub this one for the bryd brand that is recommended for chocolate peanutbutter?
(if you don't like frozen banana then low cal icecream also works, or frozen So Delicious Cocowhip)
1 cup Silk Protein Chocolate Pea, Almond, Cashew Milk
30 grams Protein Plus Peanut powder (16 grams of protein for 110 cal!)
49 grams frozen banana
total cals = 301
mix in blender and that's it!
I used to eat PB2 until I found plain peanut flour. Same thing but without added sugar:
The peanut flour is soooo great. I found it on Amazon, but I think it's also at vitacost (for cheaper, probably). The binder is the most interesting part actually, it's the Vitafiber syrup. It has a light sweetness and the consistency of honey. You can get it on amazon too
It saves you calories because it takes the place of oil and some of the sugar. I love this stuff.
edit to add link
Either Netrition or Amazon (whichever is cheapest)
Love this product! It's 110 calories & 16g protein for 1/4 cup. You have to add your own salt and sweetener like I did. Sometimes I mix in low calorie pancake syrup with warm water to get a peanut butter type consistency. Try it with graham crackers as a dip.
There's a two pound size as well fyi, for $11.45.
no, I mean Peanut butter is NOT plant based, hence the word (butter) it's processed, but you can buy PB2 or peanut flour which has 95% of the fat taken out, it's much better for ya.https://www.amazon.ca/Protein-Plus-Roasted-Natural-Peanut/dp/B0052OOYOW?pf_rd_p=ade63561-ce66-434d-8f8d-09bbdf7a0c11&pd_rd_wg=P16S2&pf_rd_r=EATJHWYCE7XX54V10P9R&ref_=pd_gw_cr_wsim&pd_rd_w=ktw0O&pd_rd_r=f1609769-bdb0-4cfa-acf2-9471e5d87953