(Answer near page bottom)
If you are as nuts about peanut butter as much as we are, you’ve no doubt got an assortment filling your pantry shelves too.
QUESTION: Can you guess the “net carbs” in each of these brands? Do you know which one is the lowest, net-carb-wise?
(Answer at the bottom of this page - DON'T cheat).
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Does your Peanut Butter’s net-carbs BEAT our Peanut Butters' net-carbs in our selection? If so, share the news!
You can spread it on your toast in the mornin’… or on a Keto bagel, or enjoy straight up! Include it in recipes... I’ve made “peanut butter bites” from Suzanne Ryan’s excellent book, Simply Keto.
I was born in Britain and NOT familiar at all with the old American tradition of eating a PB&J sandwich! As a kid, I missed out on eating peanut butter. (I won't hold it against you, mum).
According to History of Peanuts & Peanut Butter on the site “National Peanut Board”, they say that the likely point of origin of peanuts is probably Peru or Brazil because of the discovery of peanut-shaped pottery dating back as far as 3500 years ago!
Revered by the Peruvian Incas, they placed peanuts as sacrificial offerings inside their burial tombs.
The first folk to actually create butter from peanuts were the South American Inca Indians. North American production began in the late 1800s/early 1900s by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg. Yes, the cereal giant.
I found this interesting article on “Headbanger’s Kitchen” regarding how to make your own true Keto peanut butter.
Remember, regular store-bought peanut butter has added sugars—and that’s a big no-no—whether you go Keto for weight loss, or because you’re a diabetic or pre-diabetic. Whatever the reason, it’s a wise move to ditch sugar.
Headbanger's Kitchen's recipe boasts 2g NET carbs per 15g tablespoon per serving. Wow. The recipe basically comprises salted peanuts, melted butter, and liquid Stevia drops.
In order to work out the net carbs, read this page first.
Drum roll! For a serving of peanut butter, the winner is:
Now go make yourself a PB and... sorry—no J—using this bread!
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