PBfit Review #PBfit

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PBfit – Peanut Butter Powder

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I was recently introduced to a peanut butter powder called PBfit from BetterBody Foods. For those that haven’t heard of peanut butter powder, let me tell you a little about it. It’s really not nearly as strange as it may sound.  To make it, the manufacturers squeeze the oil out of roasted peanuts, and what remains is the powdered peanut butter – all natural with no artificial sweeteners or preservatives. When you’re ready to eat it, you mix a bit of the powder with a little bit of water, and you get the same consistency as full-fat peanut butter, but with less fat calories. Sounds good, right? But how does it taste? Well I would be lying if I say it’s exactly like peanut butter. But it definitely tastes close enough to fulfill the need for peanut butter. What I really like about it is that I can control the consistency of it. PBfit makes a great dip for apples, bananas, celery and pretzels. Throw a few scoops into your smoothie, yogurt or oatmeal to add a flavorful protein boost. You can also replace some of the flour in your baked goods to make PB muffins, pancakes and brownies. 

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Product Description

PB Fit is a delicious, low fat powdered peanut butter made from gently roasted peanuts. We extract about 85% of the oil from the peanuts and grind them to a powder. We add a pinch of sugar and a dash of salt to create a delicious powder that is chock full of flavor. 

Combine PB Fit and water for a healthy peanut butter spread that is one third the calories and 85% less fat than traditional peanut butter. PB Fit makes a great dip for apples, bananas, celery and pretzels. Throw a few scoops into your smoothie, yogurt or oatmeal to add a flavorful protein boost. You can also replace some of the flour in your baked goods to make PB muffins, pancakes and brownies.

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