I was provided a free product to facilitate this review, all opinions are my own.
Love trying new things or experimenting with flavors? That is just what the owner of Peanut Butter & Co. did with his amazing line of peanut butters, and I had the opportunity to sample a few!
About Peanut Butter & Co.
We are always asked about our formula for success. We see it this way: as kids, we grow up eating peanut butter sandwiches. But many of us never really lose our taste for this sticky stuff. Most of the peanut butter on the supermarket shelves are formulated, packaged and marketed with kids in mind. But in reality, adults eat more peanut butter than kids every day. And while most adults grew up on mass market brands, as we get older, we are ready for something a bit more sophisticated. And that’s where Peanut Butter & Co. comes in. We’re the good-for-you, indulgent treat that appeals to adults as well as kids.
Peanut Butter & Co.’s line of all-natural peanut butter contains no hydrogenated oils, no cholesterol, no trans-fats and, no high fructose corn syrup. Our flavors are gluten-free, vegan (except for The Bee’s Knees which is vegetarian), and certified kosher. Lastly, but just as importantly, we only use USA-grown peanuts in our peanut butter.
Flavors from Peanut Butter & Co.
Peanut Butter & Co. boasts 10 amazing flavors, and I had a chance to sample three of those myself! My family and I tried out Mightly Maple, The Bee’s Knees, and White Chocolate Wonderful. You can see the rest of the flavors in their line by visiting the Peanut Butter & Co. website. They also offer a line of jams and jellies, as well as a few other goodies!
The Mighty Maple was a wonderfully flavored peanut butter with just the right amount of maple syrup added. My kids like to eat it on waffles instead of syrup…which I love because I hate the high-fructose corn syrup laden syrups that they would normally be dousing over their waffles and pancakes.
The Bee’s Knees was probably my favorite of the three. You could really taste the honey that is blended into the peanut butter and I enjoyed eating it with raw carrots, but it went really went on a plain old peanut butter and jelly sandwich too!
The White Chocolate Wonderful was a flavor I felt needed to be used in a recipe, so when my son wanted to make cookies one day I thought, why not. We made some amazing peanut butter blossoms that turned out really great. My dad even ate half the batch himself on a one day visit!
What is your favorite peanut butter or recipe using peanut butter?