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  • Vegan Easter treats with Peanut Hottie

    Easter can be a difficult time for those trying to eat healthily or even those with any dietary requirements. Easter traditionally is celebrated with a classic roast dinner and the exchanging of chocolate eggs; even though there are a few vegan options available now, making your very own Vegan Easter treats is now an even tastier, easier option with Peanut Hottie!

    Peanut Hottie peanut butter powder is the perfect accompaniment to any kitchen this Easter.

    The Peanut Butter Powder is available in Original and Chocolate. Just add equal parts water to create a deliciously smooth consistency that’s perfect for you! With 80% less fat than normal peanut butter and the convenience to add to all of your at home cooking or on the go healthy snacking.

    This Easter why not try and make your own Vegan Hottie Bunnies?!

    Hottie Bunnies are Chocolate covered peanut butter bunny shaped cups. First things first you’ll need…

    •  Vegan chocolate
    •  Peanut Hottie peanut butter powder (either flavour)
    •  Water
    •  Cupcake cases

    (Roughly 45 minutes to make 12 Bunnies)


    1. Mix equal parts peanut butter powder with equal parts water to create a paste in which will could be mouldable. (Chill in fridge)
    2. Melt your vegan chocolate in a glass bowl over boiling water (children will need adult supervision)
    3. Pour melted chocolate into cupcake cases (roughly 1/2cm thickness) then leave in fridge to chill.
    4. Place a heaped teaspoon of peanut butter mix into cases on top of chilled chocolate and smooth as much as possible.
    5. Pour second layer of melted vegan chocolate on top peanut butter. Place back into the fridge to chill.
    6. With remaining peanut butter roll pea sized balls of peanut butter, dip in chocolate and place near the bottom/centre of the peanut butter cup. (this is your bunnies tail)
    7. Make two bunny ears out of your peanut butter, dip in chocolate and place at the top of your peanut butter cup (these are your bunnies ears)
    8. Place in fridge to chill.


  • Peanut Hottie Porridge

    Peanut Hottie Porridge

    #NationalPorridgeDay… How to make your porridge more exciting


    Peanut Hottie Porridge

    Peanut Hottie Porridge

    In honour of National Porridge Day falling on the 10th October, we want to showcase our three favourite toppings to make a sometimes dull breakfast staple that little bit more exciting…

    Apple Pie Porridge

    For those who want to embrace the autumnal season, this porridge is bound to get you feeling warm and toasty. Simply chop an apple before microwaving and add cinnamon, brown sugar or honey to taste once cooked. Full recipe here

    Peanut Butter & Banana 

    An alternative to the classic American style ‘PB & J’, this porridge uses just two ingredients, peanut butter and bananas. Simply add the ingredients before microwaving and voilà! Recipe here.

    Fruit and Nut

    For a fruity start to your day try this fruit and nut porridge. Pile in chocolate (add dark chocolate if you prefer), raspberries and hazelnuts before microwaving for the perfect decadent porridge.

    What’s your favourite way to have porridge? Let us know on our Facebook and Twitter pages!

  • How do you spread yours?


    Our latest  #Chooseday comp was one of curiosity. We wanted to see how you eat your peanut butter (or if you eat it at all). If you’re like us, and we’re sure you are, you love peanuts and everything peanut flavoured. That’s why peanut butter is so amazing, smooth or crunchy, it’s truly to die for.

    195 people joined in to tell us their favourite way to enjoy peanut butter – but what were the results?

    Only three people said they enjoyed peanut butter on their breakfast. Over the years, peanut butter has been used in a range of mysterious and interesting ways and some people love it this way. One of the weirdest we’ve heard is Peanut Butter Eggs Benedict. Weird or wonderful? You tell us!

    Ten people said they they enjoyed Peanut Butter in a milkshake. We think that peanuts are amazing in a milkshake, especially in the heat! Did you know that Peanut Hottie can be enjoyed this way? Check out the recipe here!

    20 people said they didn’t like peanut butter at all – how sad! We couldn’t imagine a life without peanut butter on EVERYTHING. Have you heard of the many health benefits of eating it? Research shows that eating peanuts can decrease your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other chronic health conditions. Healthy and delicious!

    39 people said that they eat Peanut Butter straight from the jar. We must admit that we’re guilty of this too! It’s hard to resist and we can’t help but grab a spoon when we’re feeling a little peckish – yummy!

    A whopping 109 people said their favourite was peanut butter on toast. We feel you – it’s amazing! Peanut butter on toast is the best treat, any time of the day. It’s no wonder that this was the most favoured way to enjoy peanut butter.

    One of the choices was enjoying a Peanut Hottie. We don’t blame you if you voted for this, we’re pretty good. Peanut Hottie is delicious and only 83 calories – what more could you want? We feel like more people would of voted for Peanut Hottie if they knew that it can be used in recipes. OMG – WHAT?

    Yeah, we’re not joking. We have a whole page dedicated to recipes and it’s forever growing with people all over creating amazing recipes for us to share. From oats to cake and milkshakes to pizza, we’ve got it covered. Take a look and tell us what you think!

    PS, Don’t miss out on our #ChooseDay comps on Facebook

  • #NuttyNews

    Now we are well and truly in to winter, we are already witnessing Christmas related nutty news this week.
    Here are a couple of stories that have caught our eye.

    A 76 year old, road kill enthusiast from Cornwall, has stated that he will be replacing a Turkey dinner for a more unusual choice, Dolphin!  Eccentric Arthur Boyt found the dolphin washed up on a beach near his house, and thought it would be a fitting accompaniment to his sprouts this Christmas dinner.  Last year Arthur tucked in to badger casserole. What do you think? Brave or just nuts?! 

    In other news, a woman has sent her cat an advent calendar in the post, but the cat isn’t able to collect it as it doesn’t have ID! As no one was in to sign for the parcel that was addressed to the cat, it was carted off to the local post office who are stating they need to see proof of identification before releasing the gift. Oh dear, we hope this furry feline receives his calendar soon as, he is already 11 days behind!

    Finally, sprouts. The vegetable that divides the nation on Christmas day, do we love them or hate them? If it is the latter, you should try pickling them!  In the run up to Christmas, newspapers are posting all sorts of recipes to help out their readers, this week we have seen ‘how-to’ pickle sprouts. Like the sound of this? With sprouts growing up to the size of golf balls this year, why don’t you try it and let us know. Rather you than us!

    That is all for nutty news this week, let us know what Christmas nuttiness you’ve been up to!


  • Our recipe faves…

    We love to see the yummy recipes you nutty lot send to us… We’ve put together a little compilation of some of our faves from this week…

    Salted Peanut Butter Hottie Popcorn:

    This one is surprisingly easy to make, and tastes amazing. You will need: popcorn kernels, a pinch of salt and Peanut Hottie. You can also go ahead and make a drizzle and mix a dash of milk with Peanut Hottie. Great to enjoy for a cosy movie night in…

    Weetabix Banana Muffins:

    We’re all about making small healthier changes to our favourite desserts and that’s why we love this next recipe. Weetabix Banana Muffins uses ingredients that aren’t too naughty, and work as great substitutes – such as low-fat yogurt and sweetener. Bake in the oven for 25 minutes, and you have a yummy guilt-free dessert.

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    Oreo Peanut Hottie Dessert:

    The desserts that only take a couple of minutes to make are some of the best. Why not try our Oreo Peanut Hottie Dessert? All you need is Peanut Hottie, Quark, Peanut Butter Oreo, Mikado and Choc shot and you’re good to go…

    Want to get in on the action? Submit your Peanut Hottie recipe here and we’ll send you some Peanut Hottie!

  • #NuttyNews

    This weeks weird, wonderful and nutty news includes a hiccuping mum, a thrill seeker in heels and a nutty invention!

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    In real nutty news,  a Canadian restaurant chain has introduced a beef burger, topped with bacon, crispy onions and wait for it… Reece’s Peanut Butter cups. 
    The wacky burger received mixed reviews from diners but the majority pronounced the crazy creation a success even if it did confuse their tastebuds. 

    Why don’t you re-create this burger using Peanut Hottie and decide for yourselves!


    Elsewhere, a 26 year old Texan woman tackles a high line 840 metres above the ground in HEELS! 

    Faith Dickey, claims she did this completely nutty manoeuvre in order to find humour in stereotypes and to represent and inspire fellow women. Surprisingly, she describes the process of managing fear and remaining calm as being extremely meditative. 
    How nutty! I think we will leave one safely with the professionals. 


    Finally a frustrated mum, Lisa Graves’ announces she has suffered from hiccups every day of her life for the past 8 years. This tricky bout of hiccups developed whilst Lisa Graves’ was pregnant and have continued ever since, with up to 100 hiccups every day!

    The troublesome outbursts have disrupted bingo games, cinema trips, and quiet romantic meals with a noise described to that of a dinosaur!
    Obvious hiccup remedies such as drinking upside down, or being shocked have been attempted but with zero success., leaving Graves’ fearing that the hiccups will never end.

    Fingers crossed!


    What nuttiness are you up to over the weekend? Let us know via Facebook or Twitter



  • Nutty recipe inspiration…

    Here at Peanut Hottie, we love our experimental fans! Since the launch of Peanut Hottie two years ago we’ve had fans getting in touch with their nutty, yet nutritious creations and now we want even more of you to get involved!


    If you need some inspiration for tonight’s dinner you’re in the right place! Rebecca’s Peanut Hottie stir fry is one of our favourite savoury recipes.

    Breakfast on the go? Peanut Hottie Banana and Oat muffins are perfect for a mid-morning snack! Make the muffins the night before and snooze for longer in the morning. Winning!

    Oh, and not to forget Kerry’s Peanut Hottie brownies which are perfect to put those chocolate cravings at ease… not to mention the recipe makes 12-16 brownies!

    Have you been getting creative in the kitchen? If so, we’re all about sharing here at Peanut Hottie, check out our recipe page to share your’s and find out what other people are doing with their Peanut Hottie!

  • Nutty News

    Walnut Guinness World Record

    This weeks world of nutty news includes Buzz Lightyear being refused a driving licence and a nutty world record!

    This week a martial arts student from Pakistan smashed his was into the Guinness World Record Books by smashing the most amount of walnuts in a minute using a nunchaku!

    Mujaba Hassan Mughal thumped his was through 97 Walnuts in just 60 seconds using his nunchaku. Mughal smashed the previous record of 62 nuts that was held by American, Samuel Sprague.


    We all have our childhood heroes, but legally changing your name to a Disney character is a little nutty don’t you think? Well, 26 year old Buzz Lightyear did just that! 

    Originally named Sam Stevens, the Disney nut changed his name to Toy Story favourite ‘Buzz Lightyear’ after he reached a £2,000 cancer charity fund raising target for the Brighton Marathon.

    The name change happened in April, shortly after finishing the marathon dressed as his favourite cartoon character. But Buzz was quickly brought back to reality when the DVLA refused to issue him a driving licence! Their reason for doing so was that the fictional character’s name could bring the company into “disrepute”, particularly abroad.

    Sam Stevens has now reverted back to his birth name and said “The name change was never about me – it was about raising money and awareness for CLIC Sargent”.


    What nuttiness are you up to over the weekend? Let us know via Facebook or Twitter.



  • Nutty things we’ve seen in the news this week!

    This week much loved television presenter Carol Vorderman admitted on her twitter that she is “covered in burns” after falling off a treadmill whilst running naked. The 54 year old revealed that she tripped whilst using the machine and ended up trapped up against a wall. 

    Of course this left many of her twitter followers asking the obvious question “Why were you running on the treadmill naked?”. Vorderman has answered her fans by claiming she was in running in the nude because she was “too hot”.

    Elsewhere, young Norwegian Swimmer, Marius Solaat Rødland proved that his talents don’t stop at front crawl and butterfly. He has been filmed completing three Rubik’s Cubes underwater in just one breath


    His friend holds him under the water as he successfully tackles all three puzzles in less than 1 minute and 30 seconds…and breathe! Don’t try either of these at home!

  • Peanut Hottie Recipe Roundup!

    We love it when our social media community share their Peanut Hottie recipes with us, here’s a selection of some of our favourites this month.

    We loved these easy oats by Instagram user @jo_eastwood80. Low-carb and only five minutes to prepare! Oats, topped with strawberries, blueberries, yoghurt and chocolate sauce… hard to believe it’s low fat eh? 

    @jo_eastwood80 oats

    OMG look at these Peanut Hottie and white chocolate cookies by @staceyg_sw_nobodysaidblog! Can we have the recipe please? They look amazing…

    white chocolate cookies

    @michelleemma_sw made this lovely assortment of yummy treats. Fudge and chocolate chip cookies, Peanut Hottie muffins, and strawberry jam muffins… We’ll take the lot! 

    fudge and choc chip cookies and muffins

    These recipes were taken from our Instagram page: @peanut_hottie_official, we also share our fave recipes on our Twitter and Facebook pages. 


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A delectably delicious, instantly indulgent peanut butter flavour hot drink.

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A delectably delicious, instantly indulgent peanut butter flavour hot drink.

An indulgence that simply cannot be missed...