Crispy baked tofu combines with cold noodles in a spicy sesame–peanut sauce for a fantastic dinner or picnic recipe.
This Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken with onions and peppers is easy, delicious and can be ready in 35 minutes or less.
Add some extra crunch to your next batch of double chocolate cookies with peanuts. It’s the perfect flavor and texture combo.
This spicy peanut tofu is loaded with flavor and baked to have the most delicious crispy edges we have ever seen. It you don’t already love tofu, this recipe will get you there.
These soft peanut butter cookies filled with an irresistible peanut butter butterscotch filling.
This pie is creamy, it’s dreamy, it’s everything you want in a decadent peanut butter dessert that sits in a chocolate crust. It’s time to treat yourself.
Made without dairy, this peanut butter tart with a delicious fig crust is deceptively cream and so easy to make.
Some things are just meant to be. One such thing is the marriage of chocolate and peanut butter—it’s practically eternal.
If you have a sweet tooth, this recipe is for you. A fudgy brownie tart is topped with peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough and baked to gooey perfection.
A simple cilantro salad with crunchy snap peas, peanuts, and fried shallots is a delicious bite on its own, but would also be a great topping to sticky rice, fish, or noodles.
Take your classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich to a new gourmet level with these 8 variations.
Whip up this peanut butter cup chia pudding for breakfast or dessert and satisfy all your cravings while getting some nutrients too.
Visually stunning and beautifully rich tasting, this indulgent peanut butter chocolate bundt cake will have your taste buds singing while still being easy to throw together.
The best lava cake ever. This recipe creates molten chocolate and peanut butter goodness which is hard to beat.
Thankfully, this ice cream requires no special churning so make it now! Similar to a rich peanut butter pie, the cool dessert is loaded with crushed chocolate cookie crust pieces.
Soft chocolate brownies hold a peanut butter surprise and are topped with a heavenly cloud-like peanut butter mousse.
These peanut butter and chocolate cups are a delightful two-bite sweet that all your eaters can enjoy.
Made with oats instead of flour, these naturally gluten free peanut butter cookies are the perfect combination of salty and sweet.
Like a sophisticated PB&J, this fig and nut butter smoothie is an easy, but gourmet drink that can be a delicious snack.
Filling, velvety, satisfying, and not too sweet, this smoothie makes a perfect winter breakfast or snack.
Sweet peanut butter bars come together in a jiffy, plus they’re gluten free and vegan, so they count as an energy-packed snack, too.
If you love the iconic peanut butter and jelly sandwich, then you will love these peanut butter thumbprint cookies filled with your favorite flavor of jam.
Easily make rich milk chocolate candies with crunchy peanuts without having to temper your chocolate. Read on for the trick.
Soft, chewy peanut butter blondies are filled with smooth Nutella for a heavenly dessert that can’t be resisted.
Hearty peanut broth soup with rice noodles and pumpkin is delicious comfort food with a plethora of vegetables and warm chili spice.
As kids go back to school, even adults can’t deny their love for peanut butter and jelly. Here are our favorite grown-up ways to indulge our PB&J cravings.
Filled with healthful oats, whole wheat flour, peanut and honey, this granola forms into perfect crunchy chunks that tastes like a peanut butter cookie. Serve at breakfast with Greek yogurt for a sweet start to the day.
Sink your teeth into these rich chocolate cups filled with a gooey peanut butter caramel and topped with a pinch of sea salt.
Soba noodles are dressed in a sweet sauce and served with fresh vegetables, peanuts, and tofu.
A salty pretzel crust is filled with a rich chocolate and peanut butter filling brought together by creamy coconut milk. A dessert dream that is easy to make, but hard to wait for as it sets.
Sweet and salty Snickers caramel corn has everything that is in the candy bar chocolate, caramel, and peanuts, but in one delicious snack.
Flavorful tofu with peanut sauce and crunchy, raw vegetables makes for a filling spring roll that is cool enough for a hot summer day.
Thick slices of bread are crusted in a peanut butter and cereal crumble and stuffed with peanut butter and banana slices for a sweet start to the day.
Similar to Larb Gai, a Thai dish served with sticky rice, this salad is packed with zest from a delicious peanut dressing that coats cabbage and lettuce.
Remake delicious curry marinated skewers with tofu and a silky peanut sauce. A great vegetarian dish as we head into barbecue season.
Layers of moist banana cake with creamy peanut butter butter cream, filled with fried bananas and topped with candied bacon. Plus, a splash of bourbon, too.
Rich dark chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting, topped with melted dark chocolate and a miniature peanut butter buckeye.
A totally flourless, dense cake with peanut butter icing and a decadent chocolate ganache – made even better with raspberries and bananas.
A vegan peanut butter mousse layered with a gluten free chocolate crumble for a rich dessert that dreams are made of.
Chewy bars with triple berry jam, creamy peanut frosting, and blackberries and raspberries will let you relive your childhood.
This vegan tart is filled with peanut butter and coconut cream, making for the creamiest of peanut butter decadence to sit in a almond and chocolate crust.
Buttery, crunchy peanut candy perfect to enjoy during your New Year’s festivities and a little bit of sweetness to brighten a cold day.
With minimal special ingredients, this can be whipped up in no time. Soy sauce, peanut butter, ginger, and garlic coat make a dish bursting with flavor.
This recipe is sweet and salty, but with a new twist of cabbage to add great crunch.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a classic lunch staple, but change can be quite delicious, too. Try these ideas to reinvent the traditional sandwich.
Try this delicious cold weather curry with pumpkin, chicken, peanut butter, and a coconut ginger rice garnished with cilantro.
You can’t go wrong with donuts made with classic chocolate and peanut butter combination. Plus they are made with spelt flour to add even more rich flavor.
If you can’t get enough of the chocolate and peanut butter combo, this is for you. Chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting and ganache.
A Thai-inspired salad with a spicy, tangy dressing using ingredients already in your pantry. Easy peasy and great to toss with crunchy cabbage and chard.
Serve this hearty, vegetarian stew over quinoa on cool fall day. Curry and pepper flakes bring heat to yams and pumpkins and this an exciting peanut soup.
Flavorful Thai peanut vinaigrette tossed with spaghetti squash, red peppers and other vegetables makes a refreshing salad that can be served warm or cold.
Take the iconic classic and make it yours.This is a four ingredient recipe. Yes, 4 ingredients. And no bake time. It’s so easy, it’s almost cheating.
This cheesecake is heavy, and delicious. Dive in if you love the classic peanut and chocolate combo in a rich cake.
With a little salty, a little sweet and plenty of rich chocolate, these brownies are decadent. Just one delicious comfort food swirled into another.
Thai peanut sauce transforms into a spicy, cool dessert. With coconut, chili peppers, and peanut butter, this ice cream will wow the taste buds.
Soft, scrumptious monster Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies with a peanut butter cheesecake filling and drizzled with chocolate glaze. Drool worthy.
A really simple cheat version of pad thai. Easy for weeknight dinners, and makes enough to have left overs for lunch and dinner.
Healthy, flavorful Honey Sriracha Peanut dip.
Spicy chutneys are an integral part of South Indian breakfasts. The recipe for this peanut chutney is super quick and easy.
If you have a double boiler and prefer to warm and melt your chocolate this way, please do so for this awesome peanut butter cups recipe.