How to stir natural peanut butter? Who cares? Well, if you eat natural peanut butter, you totally understand the pain of repeatedly stirring your peanut butter. We’re not talking about giving it a little stir before putting it on your bread. Oh no. This stirring is a muscle building, wrist breaking, massive work out that can bring the strongest of men to tears.
And if you don’t stir it well enough? Well then you start out with an oily gloppy mess for the first half of the jar, and end up with hard chunky bits that don’t spread for the second half of the jar. Why bother? Because natural peanut butter tastes ridiculously amazing, like peanuts instead of sugar. You just can’t go back to processed peanut butter once you’ve had the good stuff.
HOW TO STIR NATURAL PEANUT BUTTER…THE EASY WAY
After buying the Costco sized Adam’s peanut butter for years, my husband finally decided to think smarter not harder. Watch the video to see his brilliant idea on how to stir natural peanut butter.
Isn’t that crazy? We can stir our entire giant jar of peanut butter and get it back in the jar in under two minutes. My mind was blown when he showed me this!
Then I showed a friend and her mind was blown, so Eric and I knew we had to make a video. If you don’t have a stand mixer, I HIGHLY recommend KitchenAid. I use my KitchenAid mixer at least three times a week for so much more than baking.
Now that we know how to stir natural peanut butter the easy way, I can’t get enough of the stuff. I’m making peanut butter cookies, and peanut butter protein balls, and peanut ginger salad dressings. Oh yes, you can expect to see a few recipes using peanut butter on Eating Richly soon.
Does your family buy natural peanut butter? What’s your favorite way to eat it?
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