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10 Delicious Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter Recipes
Food & Drink
Peanut Butter is a wonder ingredient, it's one of those magical foods that takes forever to go bad, and you can mix it with just about anything to make meals go from boring to mind-blowing. Here are 10 ways to combine peanut butter with just one other thing to make a magical dish.
Since you don't always have every ingredient for cookies, if you're craving something sweet, mix one packet of instant oatmeal with water and a teaspoon of peanut butter. Pour the mix into a lined muffin tin and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes. Pop the cookies out, wait to cool, and proceed to stuff your face.
2. Crunchy Peanut Butter + Ramen = Satay Noodles
This is pretty self-explanatory. Cook your ramen noodles, keeping about a tablespoon of the starchy water that comes from boiling it (extra points if you use the flavor packet). Mix in one to two tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter, depending on how saturated you want your noodles, and stir until fully coated.
Mix smooth peanut butter with a flavored yogurt like Fage Total Classic Honey. Stir well and place into popsicle molds, or, if you're feeling particularly lazy, just put the mixture back in the yogurt container with a plastic fork sticking out the top. Leave overnight in the freezer to let it set and enjoy.
Take a cup of whatever granola you have lying around the house and mix with a tablespoon of peanut butter. Stir well and serve spoonfuls over your favorite ice cream, like Ben and Jerry's Chunky Monkey. Or just eat directly from the bowl.
This is like every Ritz Bits sandwich you've ever had condensed into one intense flavor bomb. It's amazing. Shred whatever cheddar you can scrounge from the back of your fridge and sprinkle into circular mounds on aluminum foil, about a tablespoon per "cracker." Place in the oven or toaster oven at approximately 350 degrees Fahrenheit for five minutes and set aside to cool for another two minutes. Spoon crunchy peanut butter on top. You're welcome.
This is like an Elvis Sandwich that won't kill you. Melt butter in a nonstick pan and while that is heating up, cut the crusts off white bread and spoon smooth peanut butter into the middle. Roll the bread so you have a spiral with the peanut butter in the middle and cut the tube lengthwise. Placing the rolls with the exposed side down on the hot pan, fry until golden brown. Flip and toast the other side, making sure the bread gets crispy.
Pop out your crescent rolls and unroll the dough, separating it into triangles. Spoon crunchy peanut butter onto the widest part of the triangle and roll, with the peanut butter inside, toward the narrow end of the triangle. If you're getting fancy, curve the crescent roll inward like you just made a croissant.
This is the easiest milkshake you'll ever make. Pour 12 ounces of your favorite milk or milk substitute (You can use almond milk coconut milk blend) into a mason jar or a container that has an airtight lid. Spoon in two teaspoons of smooth peanut butter, fastening the lid on securely. Shake vigorously until smooth. Place a Pinterest-worthy straw into your quaint mason jar and you're done.
This recipe could be for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner. For every one cup of instant pancake mix, add one tablespoon of smooth peanut butter. Mix with water (your pancake mix should have the precise proportion listed on the box), fry on both sides, serve with whatever topping you fancy – like more peanut butter – and be content with the world you live in.