If you love peanut butter as much as I do, then get excited about Peanut Butter & Co’s peanut butters! With flavors like Dark Chocolate Dreams, White Chocolate Wonderful, Cinnamon Raisin Swirl and Mighty Maple… what is there to not be excited about? Peanut Butter & Co’s peanut butters are all natural and apparently are made from US-grown peanuts exclusively, so we can feel good about supporting the American economy too. In addition, the peanut butters contain no cholesterol, trans fats, hydrogenated oil or high fructose corn syrup – excellent! Dr Oz would be proud I think. One slight disappointment from the ingredient list is that Mighty Maple Peanut Butter does contain evaporated cane juice, which can be read as sugar. So this is not really a “health food” but then again, you can certainly do much worse for yourself with other yummy treats. If you happen to be a Vegan or have gluten allergies, all of Peanut Butter & Co’s peanut butters seem to be kosher, vegan and gluten-free.
Peanut Butter & Co’s Mighty Maple Review
I must admit, I have tried quite a few of Peanut Butter & Co’s peanut butters including their Dark Chocolate Dreams, White Chocolate Wonderful and now their Mighty Maple Peanut Butter. One way that I love to eat peanut butter is on waffles, instead of syrup. So there was no way that I could avoid trying the Mighty Maple Peanut Butter flavor on my waffles. It is delicious! If you like honey roasted peanuts… or honey roasted peanut butter… then you will LOVE Mighty Maple Flavor Peanut Butter.
I wish you could take a spoon out and take a big spoonful of this delicious peanut butter so that you could sample its delicious-ness! But since that technology has not yet been invented, I figured an up close photo was the second best option. I did read one review of Mighty Maple Peanut Butter that said it was gritty, and I would have to disagree. Could the peanut butter be a smoother and creamier? Yes. But is it gritty… I do not think so. Perhaps it helps that I tend to eat my peanut butter on a freshly toasted hot waffle, and so the peanut butter melts a little bit into the waffle. It tastes like warm, ooey, gooey, maple, peanut butter goodness on my warm waffles! So here is what I recommend if you do not like the texture – cook with it. The options are limitless – think about chocolate peanut butter brownies (just swirl the peanut butter into the brownie batter before baking) – peanut butter sauce for over ice cream – seriously, the sky is the limit.