Introducing Powdered Peanut Butter

PB&Me is an all-natural, low calorie powdered peanut butter. Our peanuts are slow roasted and pressed to remove the oil, leaving behind a light flour high in protein, with 90% less calories from fat than a traditional peanut butter. With only 45 calories and upwards of 6 g of protein per serving, you can enjoy PB&Me in your shakes and smoothies, as a gluten-free ingredient in baking or mixed with water for a delicious creamy peanut butter.

Quality: Premium non-gmo peanuts

Flavors: Natural (no sugar added), Chocolate Hazelnut, Traditional (lightly sweetened)

Low calorie: Less than 25 calories per tablespoon

Protein: 6g of protein per serving 

Versatility: Great for smoothies/shakes, as a spread or as a baking flour


Let us know what you blend up with PB&Me!


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 "I've made the switch to PB&Me and I'm not going back. Simply put, it is the best peanut butter I've ever tasted, and to think I'm saving calories. Thank you PB&Me, I feel great and I'm grateful" - Olivia, 31

"I had heard about PB&Me from my trainer, and good thing I discovered it. As a self-labelled "peanut butter" nut, I had a hard time giving up my PB while trying to get into shape - until I tried PB&Me for the first time. It saved me, I have it in the morning for breakfast, in my smoothies while training and at night when I need a peanut butter fix by the spoonful! To be honest, when I was dieting I had a hard time finding clean products that weren't full of additives and flavourings, PB&Me is just good, clean and healthy - with natural ingredients. It has become a staple in my kitchen!" - Tiffany, 24

"I ordered PB&Me while I was searching through smoothie recipes, what a discovery! Smoothies will never be the same!"
- Mark, 26 


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