If you don’t already know it yet, November is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month, the most important holiday of the year! What better way to celebrate the second greatest holiday of the year, Thanksgiving, by jazzing it up with some peanut butter? I’ve compiled a list of my own dishes below, most with peanut butter but some peanut butterless, for your Thanksgiving feast. Here are some simple and quick dishes that will satisfy your guests, great as last minute dishes to bring to the table. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!


Here are a few starters that always go over well with guests.

7-Layer Mexican Bean Dip

Indonesian Meatballs

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Homemade Tortilla Chips Refried Beans

Main Course:

Meat lovers or vegetarians – these are great ways to feed a crowd.

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Mexican Lasagna

Peanut Butter & Jelly Pork


The perfect accompaniments for a Thanksgiving feast.

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Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes

Beer Bread


Fast, family-style and figure-friendly desserts that can be made in large batches.

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Pecan Pie Pudding

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Mousse

Raspberry Brownie Pumpkin Pie PB Pudding

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Chocolate & Triple Peanut Butter Pie

The Following Morning:

The thought of food may not appeal to everyone the morning after, but here are a few quick, prepare-ahead ideas.

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Chocolate PB Banana Bread

Chocolate PB Scones

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Banana Pancakes Peanut Butter Stuffed French Toast

Pumpkin Pie Pancakes Apple Pie Crepes

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Cinnamon Raisin Peanut Butter Muffins

Filed in Appetizer, Breakfast, Dessert, Main Course, Peanut Butter, Peanut Butterless, Side Dish

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  1. RecipeGirl says:

    Mmmm. Good roundup. PB Cornbread looks pretty interesting!

  2. zestycook says:

    Great ideas Nick… just in time. Thanks for sharing


  3. Two great lists! Thanks!! :)

    Wishing you a fabulous Thanksgiving!

  4. Jessie says:

    Oh fantastic ideas, all! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

    a.k.a. The Hungry Mouse

  5. Malar Gandhi says:

    Recipes sound very interesting dude, keep up the work.

  6. Foogn says:

    I am simply drooling over the chocolate and triple peanut butter pie…

  7. Foong says:

    Oh, and happy thanksgiving!

  8. Anonymous says:

    FANTASTIC ideas!!

    Wishing you an early Happy Thanksgiving, Nick!!

  9. VeggieGirl says:

    OOPS!! The above anonymous comment is from me :-D

  10. heather says:

    yum!! they all look so good! i love the chocolate pb pie! i think that’s my favorite!

  11. Kristie says:

    Everything looks amazing. A table full of options like those would make one mean holiday dinner. I don’t know if I’d be willing to share that chocolate and triple peanut butter pie though…

  12. Sagan says:

    Ooh, it all looks so tasty.

    I had your banana pancakes for breakfast this morning. Not going to lie, I pretty much live off those things.

    They are super addicting, aren’t they? I make a double batch, freeze one, and I’ve got 2 straight weeks of pancakes! Glad you enjoy them! ~ Nick

  13. Sharon says:

    Wow, delicious – peanut butter style thanksgiving is the way to go!

  14. What a nice round up of recipes for the holidays! Have a wonderful peanuty Thanksgiving!

  15. Your GF says:

    I love the intro pictures! Very thanksgiving! You like how im looking at your site instead of doing my TPAs dont you! love you, cant wait to eat some turkey with you tomorrow :)

  16. yasmeen says:

    Mouthwatering spread of simple and festive dishes!

  17. Reeni says:

    What a bunch of yummy stuff. It’s hard to chose which to make. Those Indonesian Meatballs sound good, I don’t know how I missed that post.

  18. ttfn300 says:

    yumm… and we just ate! haha, hope you had a great thanksgiving :)

  19. Jo says:

    Yummy! I love your last minute suggestions… and think they could be wonderful for Christmas too :)

  20. You’re an amazing talent with and without peanut butter! I’m really aiming at those indonesian meatballs for next week. Can’t wait until next year’s Thankgiving for those, gotta have em now!

    That was an unbelievably nice comment, thank you so much. Let me know if you like them =) ~ Nick

  21. Ben says:

    Oh wow, those are some serious peanut butter dishes. I’ll come up with something to celebrate the most important holiday of the year, hehe.

  22. VeggieGirl says:

    STELLAR PB recipe ideas!

  23. IheartPBtoo says:

    I love the round up and all the great recipes for Thanksgiving. Thank you!!!

  24. Miz says:

    youre so peanutbutter’ycreative.
    I always resort to my mouth and a spoon.

    • Nick says:

      Hey well so do I. It takes a lot of effort to not stuff peanut butter into my mouth before getting it into a recipe. I’m usually full of peanut butter by the time the dish is ready!

      Although I don’t use a spoon anymore, I use either a fork or a knife. A fork serves two purposes: it captures the chunks when you’re eating a chunky variety and it also makes it seem like you’re eating a meal. The knife just adds a sense of danger to the whole experience, I’ve already cut my tongue once.

  25. Shannon says:

    what a great roundup. and i love that you use a fork :) i’m all about the chunks!! i’ll stay away from the knife though…

  26. Carrie says:

    You wouldn’t think that peanut butter would go with Thanksgiving, but you’ve convinced me otherwise.

  27. Debbie says:

    Nic –

    Found you through a link from “Country Living” on my FB feed! So glad that I did!! Good to know that there are other peanut butter connoisseurs out there! Your recipes look absolutely delicious! Do you have a personal favorite?

  28. Katrina says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Nick!

  29. Chuck says:

    These all look great man. I did a mix last night of a sweet potato topped with peanut butter and 1 wedge of Laughing Cow cheese. It was actually a pretty good combo- you should give it a try!

  30. Anne says:

    What?! There’s another roundup coming up?? What is it? (the link you posted goes to an old post about pb reviews)

    • Nick says:

      No no, not another roundup yet! I reposted the Thanksgiving recipes from last year but added new ones and removed others. But I did do a roundup last Turkey Day. There should be a roundup coming soon though….

  31. OMG! My mouth is watering! I’m going to start bookmarking recipes right now… ;-)

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