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Of all the months of the year, November reigns supreme. November is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month, a holiday for which I am the self-appointed official spokesman. November also contains my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving, a time for family, friends and food. In addition, November is the month that I started this site. What began as a convenient way to store my recipes and share them with friends and family has turned into a passionate hobby with quite a few devoted followers. To extend my thanks to all of you, I’ve compiled a list of your favorite peanut butter recipes for this roundup. The recipes are fantastic and the creativity is mind boggling, I hope you enjoy the 33 user-submitted recipes as much as I have.

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Reader Submitted Recipes:

Nutter Butter Bons from Katherine

2 Cups peanut butter
1 Cup sifted powdered sugar
1/2 Package of Nutter Butter Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies(cookies should be crushed)
1/2 Package of Oreo Cookies ( cookies should be crushed)

1. MIX peanut butter and sugar in medium bowl. Add 1-1/2 cups of the crushed Nutter Butter cookies; stir until well blended.
2. SHAPE peanut butter mixture by the large teaspoonful into 40-60 balls. Place on parchment covered baking sheets. Roll the peanut butter cookie ball in 1-1/2 cups crushed Oreo cookies until balls are evenly coated; cover.
3. REFRIGERATE at least 1 hour. Store leftover balls in refrigerator.

PBJ&B French Toast from Katherine

1/2 cup peanut butter
8 slices sandwich bread
1/2 cup jelly (any flavor)
5 large eggs
1/3 cup milk
2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
4 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup maple syrup
8 strips of bacon, cooked until crisp and drained on paper towels

1. SPREAD the peanut butter on 4 bread slices, the jelly on the other 4 slices, and place two slices of the cooked bacon on either slice and combine to make 4 sandwiches.
2. WHISK together in a wide, medium bowl, the eggs, milk and vanilla.
3. HEAT in a large nonstick skillet 2 tablespoons butter over medium heat. When the butter is almost melted, dunk two of the sandwiches into the french toast batter and let the excess drip off. Place in the pan and cook until golden brown, 2 to 4 minutes for each side. Repeat with the remaining 2 tablespoons butter and 2 sandwiches. Let cool for a minute or two; serve with the warm maple syrup.

Peanut Butter & Honey Sandwich from Jen

2 slices bread
2T peanut butter
1T honey

Assemble into sandwich form.

Decadent, Heavenly Peanut Butter Bomb from Mark

Two pieces of Sourdough Bread
4 slices of maple flavored bacon
Iceberg or Romaine lettuce
Chunky Peanut Butter
1 thinly sliced banana
1 thinly sliced Granny Smith or apple of choice
2 TBS. of Orange Flavored Dried Cranberries
2 slices of American Cheese
2 TBS toasted pecans or walnut pieces
2 TBS honey or maple syrup
1 TBS shredded coconut

1. Heat up a frying pan and melt 4 TBS of unsalted butter. Fry bacon till golden brown and set aside. Keep pan warm. Generously lather both pieces of bread with the peanut butter. Place lettuce leaves on both. Add another layer of peanut butter to the lettuce, set one piece aside and top the other with the sliced banana and bacon. Add a piece of cheese, the sliced apple and the cranberries. Add another slice of cheese and top with the honey/maple syrup, nuts and coconut. Place other half of sandwich on top. Warm up pan until sizzling and carefully place sandwich into the pan and hold or weigh down until bottom is golden brown. Carefully flip over and repeat process until the other side is golden brown. Remove to plate and allow to cool for a couple of minutes. Use toothpicks to hold in place if desired. Cut in half, pass GO and head straight to peanut butter heaven.

Vegan Earth and Sea Salad from Red Icculus

1/4 cup sesame oil
2 tbs. soy sauce
2 tbs. panko bread crumbs
1 package firm tofu
1/2 nori wrap
3 tbs. creamy peanut butter.

1. Drain and chop your tofu into cubes. Mix with the panko, peanut butter and soy sauce in a bowl. If the mixture is too dry, add a dash of sesame oil and stir until well covered.
2. Warm up the oil until very hot, but not smoking. Add the tofu. Use a metal spatula so it doesn’t stick. When the tofu almost reaches a “breaded” consistency, remove from heat and drain on a paper towel.
3. Slice the nori wraps with a knife so they are like thin 2″ ribbons. Toss with the tofu cubes and serve as a main dish.

Thai Spaghetti from Tricia

1 lb. Shrimp – cleaned, peeled
1-2 tbsp Red Panang Curry Paste
2-3 tbsp Peanut butter
1/2 cup coconut milk
1/2 evaporated milk
1/2 cup carrots, julienned
1/2 cup zucchini, julienned
1 packet of Spaghetti
Fish Sauce & sugar to taste

1. Cook spaghetti according to package.
2. Heat coconut milk, evaporated milk, curry paste & peanut butter in a pan. Stir well until well blended.
3. When bubbling, add shrimp, zucchini & carrots. Add sugar and fish sauce to taste.
4. Finally, turn off heat and then add spaghetti. Mix well to coat.

*I came up with this recipe after taking my nephew to Cheesecake Factory and paying over $15 for this dish. Came home made this for under $10 and was able to feed 4 people!!!

Peanut Butter & Bacon Sandwich from Various

2 slices bread
2T peanut butter (chunky or creamy)
3 strips bacon

Assemble into sandwich form.

Peanut Butter Balls from Courtney

2 cups peanut butter
1 box powdered sugar
1 stick butter
3/4 cup Rice Krispies (optional)
1 pkg chocolate Almond Bark

1. Mix 1st three ingredients. Add Rice Krispies if you want a crunch. Make into balls.
2. Melt the Almond Bark in the microwave according to the directions on the package. Dip the balls in the chocolate. Drop on wax paper to dry.

I like to put them in the fridge after they are dry. Yummy! You can’t go wrong with chocolate and peanut butter mixed together!

Peanut Butter Banana Bread from Sarah

1/2 cup butter, softened
1 cup white sugar
2 eggs
1/2 cup peanut butter (I used Peanut Butter and Co’s Cinnamon Raisin.)
2 bananas, mashed
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 cup chopped peanuts

1. Cream together butter and sugar until fluffy. Add in one egg at a time, beating in between each egg, then peanut butter. Add in flour and baking soda gradually, adding in a banana at the halfway point then after all the flour has been mixed in. Stir in chopped peanuts.
2. Pour into greased loaf pan. Bake @ 350 for about an hour or until a toothpick that’s been inserted in the center of the loaf comes clean. Cover halfway with a piece of tinfoil to prevent scorching.

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  1. Foong says:

    Wow, just looking at the list makes me hungry and now suddenly I have an urge to go to the store and grab all of the peanut butter on the shelves!

  2. Megan says:

    So many great PB recipes! Which one to try first?

  3. Jo says:

    what a wonderful collection of recipes and what a great idea you had doing this… you rock!

  4. Just start at the top, Megan, and work your way down. One recipe a day should do it!

  5. Thank you for your comment and letting me discover your site! What a great collection of peanut butter recipes… I have only four ;)


    Have a nice day, Margot

    Only 4? I hope I can convince you to expand your peanut butter repertoire! ~ Nick

  6. Sharon says:

    Wow, great finds! Can’t wait for the second round of turkey! Haha! Have a good one!

    And I must say, great recipe collection – definitely looking into trying that french toast. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Chef E says:

    I really am trying to come up with more ideas, but pumpkins were holding me at bay the whole month of November!

    I like the sales that go on these two months as well…

  8. Katrina says:

    Yummy! Thanks, Nick! Great job as official pb spokesman! ;)

  9. Sagan says:


    I am so excited to make some of these. Right now I could definitely go for that peanut butter bacon sandwich.

    I need to restock my peanut butter supply:)

  10. Jen says:

    Nice! I forgot about this “healthier” peanut butter cookie recipe that I have…here is it if you’d like to post it :)

    Thanks for the recipe, it’s been added! ~ Nick

  11. giz says:

    Nick, by the new year – given that you’re the self appointed spokesperson for National Peanut Butter month – could you please arrange for PB to be added to the Food Guide as an official food group. I mean, look at the versatility and all that goodness.

    That is an excellent idea Giz. It really should be a food staple given that peanut butter is used to feed people in poverty-stricken countries because it is so nutritious and it is certainly much more versatile than peanuts which are already on the food guide. Now I just need to find who to talk to… ~ Nick

  12. VeggieGirl says:

    I have a maaaaajor Peanut Butter craving now!! :-)

  13. Reeni says:

    What a mouth watering bunch of recipes! P.B. Heaven, yum!

  14. Maria says:

    So many fabulous recipes…so little time! I will get to them though:)

  15. Oh no! The round up is over and I’ve finally thought of a recipe to share! So sorry I’m late Nick! Congratulations on the blogaversary

    Thanks, it’s been included in the post! ~ Nick

  16. Thanks Nick! I’ll get my act together in time next time. :)

  17. Vicki says:

    Hi Nick – Great roundup! Can’t wait to try some of these :)

  18. Hayley says:

    I just discovered your website, and I must say, I think you eat peanut butter even more than I do. I can’t wait to explore all of your recipes and suggestions. One of my faves…mixing peanut butter, bananas, chocolate, and soymilk into oatmeal, before microwaving it for a few minutes. I’ll have to hit up Trader Joe’s for your fave, mine is the Cashew Butter. Thanks Again for the great recipes!


  19. thanks for that image. it’s going on my sight right now!!

  20. lisa says:

    I was intrigued by your obsession with peanut butter when i saw your post on another site! Enjoy your blog!

    Thank you, hope I can convert you to a pb fanatic too! ~ Nick

  21. Stephanie says:

    I have a great recipe for homemade peanut butter cups. We make them every holiday season, and whenever else we can find a good excuse (I’m hungry….)

    I have yet to try making those but I will soon, is it as simple as it sounds? ~ Nick

  22. Psychgrad says:

    Thanks for adding my late entries. I’m not always great with deadlines. Some great PB recipes there. I have another really good PB recipe to share in the next couple of days too.

    No worries about the lateness. Can’t wait to see the new PB goodness! ~ Nick

  23. anudivya says:

    Seriously this is gold… what an amazing collection of recipes using peanut butter!

  24. ttfn300 says:

    wow, what a roundup. i haven’t been craving pb lately, i think something’s wrong. or its’ that my open jar is sunbutter, which i’m not totally digging (can’t eat it on it’s own, too sticky)…

  25. Rose-Anne says:

    Hey Nick!

    Happy Blog Birthday! And thank you for the wonderful recipe round-up, and for letting me show off my *AMAZING* peanut butter granola. It’s so funny to me that the granola recipe was the very first recipe I posted, and yet, it’s ridiculously popular. Maybe I should start a blog devoted to all things granola ;-)

    Have you tried your Barney Butter yet? I think you are in for a treat…

    Thank you! I’ve been so busy with some new websites (releasing them soon) and I have not received my Barney Butter yet. I hope it didn’t get lost in the mail…but you enjoyed it? I keep meaning to make your PB granola, I’ve never made any granola before but yours sounds like the best. Soon… ~ Nick

  26. Jessie says:

    What a list! Thanks so much!

    Just catching up on all my blog reading now. Been a crazy couple of weeks. I know you’ve prolly seen it already, but in case you haven’t…Bon Appetit has a whole section of peanut butter recipes this month. Give a shout if you can’t find it and I’ll send you mine.

    a.k.a. The Hungry Mouse

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