- PB2 FOODS is the original creator of powdered peanut butter, proudly manufactured in Georgia, USA
- PB2 POWDERED PEANUT BUTTER tastes great and is more healthy than traditional peanut butter
- EASY TO MIX into your smoothies, protein shakes, spreads, or drizzle on your favorite treats
- LOW CARB and KETO FRIENDLY: 90% less fat, 1g of added sugar, 6g of protein, and 60 calories/serving
- CERTIFIED GLUTEN FREE and made with NON-GMO INGREDIENTS
Eat What You Love. Love What You Eat.
PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter is peanut butter re-imagined! Freshly roasted peanuts are pressed to remove most of the oil. Mix in a Madagascar Vanilla natural flavor, a little sugar and a dash of salt for flavor, and the result is peanut butter with only 1.5 g of fat per serving - almost 70% fewer calories than traditional peanut butter and 6 g of plant-based protein.
he subject of powdered peanut butter tends to create a lot of questions. One we hear frequently is, Why should I make the switch to powdered? Although PB2 and traditional peanut butter are alike in flavor, there a few things that we think make PB2 the better choice for your busy lifestyle. Here’s our reasoning:
Fewer calories and less fat: Compared to its traditional counterparts, PB2 has 90% less fat and 70% fewer calories, all while still retaining the delicious peanut butter taste that we know and love.
It’s protein-packed: Like its traditional counterparts, PB2 packs in the protein per serving. Depending on which variety of PB2 you’re using, you’ll find 4 to 6 grams of protein per 13-gram serving. Also, it’s easy to replace the protein powder in your morning smoothie with PB2, due to the similarity in the powder consistency.
More versatility in the kitchen: Because of its powdered form, it’s easy to incorporate PB2 into all of your favorite peanut butter recipes. To keep things simple, we’ve sorted PB2’s best uses into three categories: bake, blend and mix.
It’s kosher, vegan, and gluten-free: Not only are PB2 products void of any GMOs, they also work well with a wide variety of dietary preferences.