Review & Giveaway: Mighty Nut Powdered Peanut Butter

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Peanut Butter & Co. through my partnership with Fit Approach. While I was compensated to review and write a post about Mighty Nut Powdered Peanut Butter, all opinions are my own.
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If you take a peek into my pantry, you will notice a stockpile of several different types of nut butters.  From almond to cashew and my beloved peanut butters, I use them all.  Since powered peanut butter is creeping into the nut butter scene, I was very excited to see how Peanut Butter & Co.’s brand new Mighty Nut Powdered Peanut Butter would stack up against the rest of my pantry.

Mighty Nut

Here’s a little bit of background about how Might Nut came to light:

“Since Peanut Butter & Co. began as a peanut butter sandwich shop in New York City, our mission has always been simple – to help the world find delicious new ways to enjoy peanut butter every day!

Over the years we’ve been a part of millions of tasty breakfasts, satisfying lunches, delicious snacks, and Instagram-worthy desserts.  More and more, we’re hearing about how customers like you are interested in health and fitness, and finding ways to enjoy the foods you love but with added protein and less fat and fewer calories.

And that’s why we’re introducing Mighty Nut® powdered peanut butter – it’s the delicious peanut butter taste you love, but in a new way that fits your active lifestyle. “

Mighty Nut Flavors

With four different flavors, original, chocolate, flax & chia, and vanilla, I can easily see why the Might Nut powered nut butters are making their way into our kitchens!  It’s definitely nice to be able to pack in a little extra protein and the peanut butter flavor without adding in the calories.  Let’s face it, I am a little bit dangerous when armed with a spoon {frosting, cookie butter, and nut butters don’t stand a chance!) so it is really awesome to use Might Nut Powdered Peanut Butter in some of my everyday meals and snacks.

Here are my four of my favorite ways to add Might Nut Powdered Peanut Butter to your breakfast:

  1. BLEND:  Add it to your favorite morning smoothie recipe.  I like the combination of Flax & Chia Might Nut Butter with strawberries and almond milk for those mornings when I need to quickly blend and get out the door.
  2. DIP:   You can easily re-hydrate Mighty Nut with a little water or almond milk.  Then use it as a dip for some fruit. This time of year, pair is your Might Nut with crisp apples.  Trust me, even your kids will love it!
  3. SPREAD:  My daughter is a huge fan of toast in the morning.  I’m always looking for simple ways to have breakfast and then hit the door for school and work.  As with the dip, re-hydrate your Might Nut to any consistency you want and then spread it over your favorite bread.  Even add a little bit of seasonal jam for an early morning PB&J.
  4. DRIZZLE:  If you have a little more time in the morning, Mighty Nut is delicious when drizzled over pancakes or waffles.  Simply re-hydrate your Mighty Nut.  Be sure to add a little more liquid to make the consistency a little bit easier to drizzle.  And, to really get some brownie points in the kitchen, heat it up. What a treat!  Yes, this is my favorite way to use it!

 See, it’s easy to enjoy Mighty Nut with the recipes and quick fixes that you already know and love.  A sprinkle of Mighty Nut can supercharge your breakfast smoothie, add a little pop of flavor to your waffles, or pump up your PB&J.   This is merely the beginning!  Just think… there are opportunities to add Mighty Nut to your desserts, salad dressings, and Pad Thai.  The options really do seem endless. 

If you are interested in trying Mighty Nut for yourself, the lovely folks over at Peanut Butter & Co. are providing one Lisa Runs for Cupcakes reader with the opportunity to win a bottle of Mighty Nut in the flavor of their choice!

Simply enter using the Rafflecopter widget below:
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Best of luck!  Tell me, what is one way you would like to try Mighty Nut!

Lisa

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Peanut Butter & Co. through my partnership with Fit Approach. While I was compensated to review and write a post about Mighty Nut Powdered Peanut Butter, all opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Mary and I are quite heavy handed with the peanut butter! We are supposed to use two teaspoons in our shakes but somehow it ends up more like two tablespoons. Gotta try this instead!

  2. aleahkeffer says:

    I think I would want to add Mighty nut to some Greek yogurt and make a fruit dip out of it! When I've had powdered peanut butter in the past I've loved it on top of pancakes too 🙂

  3. I love me some Peanut Butter and Co real PB so I'd have high hopes that this would be delish. I could see myself stirring it into warm oats and smoothies for sure!!

  4. I think it would be great to amp up the peanut butter flavor in satays and curry without adding a lot of mass/volume to the sauce!

  5. Leslie @ TriathleteTreats says:

    OHHH I want to try the chocolate drizzled on pancakes!! Yummy!!!

  6. I would like to make a recipe I've see for Thai Peanut Chicken
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  7. Walisa Dickson says:

    I absolutely love Powdered Peanut Butter. I usually add it only to Shales or when making a sandwich, but I’d like to try it on Apple Slices or waffles. The flavors of Mighty Nut sound delish.

  8. I'd like to try the peanut butter in smoothies!

  9. i would love it in smoothies

    linda

  10. I would love to try the original. I’d put it in my shakes or even make fun muffins for my kids! I wonder if you could make peanut butter pancakes?! Yum!
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  11. I would love to try the original and try it in my shakes

  12. Annamarie V says:

    I love peanut butter in my smoothies but it gets all goopy so the powdered peanut butter would be perfect.

  13. OK, I was kind of skeptical of powdered PB, but as I read through this (and the comments), I can see how it might be useful. I'd probably be too lazy to 'rehydrate' it, but using it in smoothies and satays…ya, that would work for me. Can I get this in Canada? *Googles* Gah – apparently not. Guess I'll have to wait until our next US trip…remind me, OK?
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