Sometimes, persistence pays off. Whether you keep entering contests and losing, fall off your unicycle, or can’t get those magic eye puzzles – as long as you keep trying, you’ll get it eventually (except those magic eye puzzles, nobody gets those). The same goes for the winner of this contest. The randomly chosen number was lucky number 7, so congratulations to Amy H! Amy has entered the past 5 contests here at PBB but never won, until now. She also shared one of her favorite peanut butter recipes, Peanut Butter Cup Crunch Brownie Bars. They look so good it hurts, so I suggest you don’t click that link (too late?). Enjoy your prize pack and jar of PBB Amy! As for me, I just finished my first Peanut Butter Boy sampling at a gourmet marketplace yesterday. If you’re near Hoboken, we’re now in two stores. Read on for details!

Peanut Butter Boy in stores now!

Aspen Marketplace in Hoboken, NJ (just a few blocks from the PATH train):

Sobsey’s Produce in Hoboken, NJ (even closer to the PATH train):

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  1. Christopher Sorel says:

    dark chocolate peanut butter cookies

  2. Jeffrey says:

    I like peanut butter chocolate chip cookies!

  3. Jeffrey says:

    I like your Facebook page.

  4. Johanna says:

    Okay, an ode to peanuts:

    My favorite way to eat peanut butter is by dipping apple slices into the jar. Not what you asked for though, is it? Okay, how about — melting peanut butter and chocolate chips together in the microwave, giving it a stir, and then dipping apple slices (or really, my finger works, too)?

    OK, I LOVE thai peanut sauce.

    My favorite recipe, because it is the only one I have memorized:

    1 C peanut butter
    1 egg
    1 C granulated sugar
    1 C chocolate chips

    Combine, make little cookie dough balls, flatten with a glass dipped in sugar, bake at 350 for about 10-11 minutes, remove from oven and let them cool entirely, then remove from pan.

    • Nick says:

      Love that recipe. It’s perfect! The only change I’ve made is to substitute half of the sugar for oats. Somehow it doesn’t taste any less sweet and they hold together a little better!

    • Nick says:

      Oh and apple slices in a jar is a perfectly acceptable recipe. Ever try carrots in a jar? Do that.

      Thai peanut sauce – have you seen the recipe I recently posted for Thai peanut dressing? It’s similar but a little thinner and better for salads or noodles. You should make it:

      Also – I just added a jar of Peanut Butter Boy to the prize pack, just for the heck of it! Good luck!

      • Johanna says:

        OH! Thanks for the peanut sauce recipe. You’ve just settled the “whatever will I do to make this chicken from last night become tonight’s dinner” problem! It looks really good.

  5. AmyH says:

    I have so many favorites with peanut butter, but I really love these Peanut Butter Cup Crunch Brownie Bars:

  6. AmyH says:

    I Like the Peanut Butter Boy on FB!

  7. My favorite recipe with peanuts has got to be my Asian peanut noodles!

  8. Leah says:

    Only the best and always a smile comes from this man! All the best to you and all you love,
    PS…. Shared on Facebook, too!

  9. Tracy says:

    I love flour less PB cookies!

  10. Juli says:

    PB oatmeal chocolate chip scones.

  11. Leah says:

    PS… my favorite recipe with peanut butter is African Peanut Soup and peanut and chocolate butter and peanut and chocolate candy.
    OK… those are just 3. :)

  12. brooke says:

    Peanut butter protein bars:

    1 cup old fashion oats
    5 tablespoons of PB
    1 tbspn sugar in the raw
    6 tablespoons of protein powder

    Mix together, add tablespoon water until moist, press into 9×9 pan. put in fridge to firm. Cut into 9 squares.

  13. Tracy says:

    I’m entering this giveaway mainly for the PBB peanut butter!! Looove that stuff. Crunchy please! :)

    I tweeted.

  14. Dnna says:

    My favorite is your Super Peanut Butter Chili. During football season, we have it almost every Sunday. During the rest of the year, I make double batches so there is always some in the freezer…we love this stuff!!!

  15. Barbara says:

    I love Thai noodles with peanut sauce & green onions. My mouth is watering right now thinking about it!

  16. Denise says:

    How fantastic to have been contacted and then have your recipes printed. I love your sweet potato cranberry dish you made at Thanksgiving.

  17. ryan says:

    Peanut butter chocolate chip cookies!

  18. tammy d. says:

    My go to recipe Peanut Butter chocolate no bake cookies. Great for the summer as no need to heat the oven. They are to die for.

  19. Donna says:

    Liked on Facebook.

  20. Leejo says:

    Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
    – Peanut Butter (PBB Smooth of course)
    – Banana
    – Skim Milk (or Water)
    – Ice
    – Whey Protein (optional)
    – Make them dance in a blender

    It’s the best part of a workout.

  21. Monica says:

    Paleo-vegan chocolate chip cookies, yum!
    Whole-wheat PB cookies.
    PB & J (never gets old) with bananas sometimes, or just plain.

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  22. Steve says:

    Warm whole grain beer bread and peanut butter is the best!

  23. Heather Batchelder says:

    My favorite recipe to make with peanut butter is Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Candy Fudge.

    All you do is mix 1 jar of peanut butter (Any kind), with 1 can of a vanilla frosting (i do recommend for this that you get a brand frosting, and not the store brand, it usually tastes really sweet or artificial if you do use the store kind), stir it together and then add in between 1/2-1 cup of your favorite candy or chocolate chips. Then pour into an 8×8 pan, and refrigerate at least an hr, then you’re good to go.

    I usually try to tailor it according to the season or if I’m making if for a holiday, so like for Christmas I usually put in red and greens M&Ms, or for Easter, pastel M&Ms.

  24. Heather Batchelder says:

    Btws, I liked PBB on Facebook :)

  25. Judy says:

    I like PBB on Facebook.

  26. Kinzie says:

    I like Thai peanut sauce, too! Actually thinking of making that this week. Mm.

  27. Kinzie says:

    and I liked on FB! Although I thought I’d done that already. oops. :)

  28. Lindsay says:

    Seriously?? I can’t buy this book?!! That’s just mean.

    My favorite recipe with PB is probably the granola bars from fANNEtastic food. I always change them up a little with the goodies I throw in, but the PB is always there!! And there’s a PB sauce I use from you actually. I think you originally posted it to go with some kind of stir-fry, but I like to use it as a dipping sauce for grilled chicken tenders.

  29. Lindsay says:

    I like you on FB too!!

  30. Jeannette says:

    I LOVE mkaing my flourless peanut butter choc chip cookies!! Super easy, quick and lots of PB flavor!! Always a crowd pleaser.

  31. Jeannette says:

    Facebook fan right here!

  32. Catherine says:

    I absolutely love this chocolate peanut butter chess pie:

  33. Andrea M says:

    I love peanut butter on a spoon. And in my oatmeal. And melted at the bottom of the bowl of my ice cream. And peanut butter strawberry bread. And Peanut Thai food :) I could go on…but i think you understand that :)

  34. Shauna says:

    Straight from the jar with a butter knife is my favorite way to enjoy my Peanut Butter!

    Tied for first place is Peanut Butter Cheesecake…closely followed by Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies!!!

    Would love to get my hands on your PB to make a batch of buckeyes, too!!

  35. Shauna says:

    Whoops, I forgot it was supposed to be a RECIPE… :)

    Buckeyes are easy…
    Powdered Sugar, Graham Cracker Crumbs, and PB mixed and chilled. Roll into balls and dip into melted chocolate bark. Refrigerate until the coating is firm.


  36. natalie w says:

    How about the classic… peanut butter and mashed up banana! Mmm

  37. natalie w says:

    Liked on Facebook!

  38. libby says:

    Peanut butter chocolate chip cookies, so good.

  39. libby says:

    Liked on Facebook

  40. Holly Ellerton says:

    PB is great anyway I can get it…
    on the spoon, bananas, apples, oatmeal, flourless cookies…


  41. Harry Howe says:

    Peanut butter pretzel sandwich: spread a thick layer of pb on soft sandwich bread slices. Add pretzels and enjoy.

  42. Tristan says:

    My life long favorite recipe is loads of chunky peanut butter and banana slices on homemade sourdough toast sandwiched together. I have also always loved scotcheroo bars.

  43. Tristan says:

    Shared your magical link on facebook. Here’s hoping :)

  44. Rachelle says:

    I love everything to do with peanut butter, but my favorite is probably with sweet potato. They are the perfect combination!

  45. Cherie says:

    Love any and everything with peanut butter! A couple of the family favs would be Buckeyes and peanut butter cereal snack cakes.

  46. MJ says:

    Recipe for awesomeness:
    *Dip spoon into jar of peanut butter
    *Dip same spoon into shallow dish of dark chocolate chips
    *Put spoon in mouth and eat
    *Repeat as necessary!

  47. And I like you on FB already :)

  48. Tricia says:

    I don’t just want this…I need this!!! :D

  49. Tricia says:

    I have so many fave recipes on here but one that stands out is the PB Irish Soda bread!!! Two of my favorite things combined!!!

  50. Melissa says:

    My favorite way to eat PB is straight from the jar with a spoon but my favorite recipe (and my family’s) is Peanut Butter Blossoms

  51. Leonard says:

    Put two tablespoons of peanut butter in a microwave safe dish and microwave on a very low power (2 works) and microwave for two minutes (watch it as some microwaves are faster than others). Pour the melted peanut butter on a bowl of ice cream (flavor of ice cream is entirely up to you) and then put the bowl in the freezer for approximately 10 to 15 minutes. Then eat. The peanut butter makes a nice outer shell and it is still nice and creamy inside. After a few times you can alter amounts and times to your taste.

  52. Leonard says:

    Now I liked on Facebook. I actually LOVE the peanut butter, but that option is not available.

  53. Harry says:

    Peanut butter pretzel sandwich: generously spread peanut butter on each of two slices of soft bread. Add pretzel sticks and enjoy.

  54. Harry says:

    I liked you on Facebook.

  55. Charlotte says:

    I LOVE Kabocha Squash and peanut butter. Baking the kabocha squash until it’s nice and warm and then mixing cinnamon, vanilla bean powder, sea salt, a little lemon and stevia (or sugar, etc) combined with the peanut butter as it melts on the warm squash…it is HEAVEN. Great for winter comfort food or any cold day.

    In summertime, kabocha squash pureed with peanut butter in a food processor with previous ingredients plus ice cubes=great post workout recovery shake (complex carbs+protein).

    Very versatile and satisfying.

  56. Whitney says:

    … pad thai, african peanut soup… or cookies. Can’t go wrong with cookies. :)

  57. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    I love cereal bars (made with Corn Flakes or Special K usually). They have more than a cup of peanut butter! They are easy to make and delicious! We also love traditional PB cookies and brownies/bars. My husband eats peanuts right out of the shell most of the time. oh, I love adding peanuts to my salads–especially broccoli salad. Thanks for the giveaway.

  58. Kaela says:

    I think my favorite peanut butter recipe is very simple. Melt a 1 to 1 ratio of peanut butter to coconut butter in the mircowave or stove. Add sweetener or salt according to your tastes.Then put it on anything cold: cold oatmeal (my favorite) cold ice cream, cold brownies or cookies… and it hardens into a delicious, peanut butter flavored shell. It makes any cold treat even better. I often put half defrosted berries on my cereal, and then add a layer of the peanut/coconut mixture over them… and once it hardens you get to break through it to get to the cereal underneath… SO GOOD.

  59. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    @Lexiquin follows you on Twitter

  60. Kelli says:

    My favorite recipe using peanut butter is simply crunchy peanut butter & strawberry preserves on a toasted english muffin.

  61. Allie says:

    puppy chow! at least that’s what it was called where I grew up – it may have several names…the recipe with PB and chocolate mixed into cereal (does that squared-off, diamond-shaped cereal exist anymore? Crispix? is that what it was called?) and dusted with powdered sugar. Yum!

  62. Jordan D says:

    My favorite savory way to eat peanut butter is a little weird…peanut butter and spinach pita wraps. Seriously, so good. I also love crunchy peanut butter and raspberry jam on toasted english muffins. The melty, crunchy, sweet combo is amazing when I have a PB craving.

  63. Jordan D says:

    I already like your page on facebook :)

  64. Chuck says:

    I love mixing peanut butter, coconut butter, and egg whites to make a batter, then dipping sweet potato slices in it and baking them to make fries!

  65. Sharilyn says:

    Peanut Ginger Broccoli Slaw. Yummo.

  66. Sharilyn says:

    I liked you on Facebook.

  67. Alisa says:

    Favorite recipe: jar + spoon :)

  68. Leejo says:

    Shared and Liked!

  69. Hope i get some! Been waiting to try some!

  70. Jana says:

    My favorite recipe with peanut butter is straight out of the jar on a spoon to my mouth! :)

  71. roselyn page says:

    I love peanut butter and eat it any way I can, I love to make protein balls with it.

  72. Corisa says:

    Love peanut butter with sweet potato fries !

  73. Katie says:

    I may be too late, but my favorite peanut butter recipe, even though I don’t make it much is African peanut butter and kale stew – with sweet potatoes, kale, pineapple, and pb! SO GOOD.

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