I love dessert! So to say I have a sweet tooth would be an understatement. But I can’t always make dessert all the time, nor do I have a pantry full of ingredients. Luckily I got the idea (they’re rare), how about turning peanut butter into a dessert? Just adding some ingredients here and there and I came up with the whipped peanut butter recipe! It’s super easy, requires a handful of ingredients, and is low in calories too!

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Whipped Peanut Butter Recipe

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Condiment, Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 1
Calories 90 kcal


Method 1

  • 1 lb natural peanut butter or freshly ground peanuts
  • Stevia to taste (or any other sugar substitute)
  • 2 tbsp olive oil

Method 2

  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 tbsp natural peanut butter

Optional add-ins (These additional flavors can work with both methods)

  • 1/2 tsp  vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp powdered cinnamon


Method 1

  • If you’re preparing peanut butter from scratch make about 1 pound of it
  • In a deep bowl place the peanut butter and with an electric mixer start mixing it for a smoother consistency
  • Add the olive oil and increase mixing speed
  • Add Stevia or sweetener to taste
  • Beat all the ingredients at the highest speed till the mixture is smooth and creamy
  • Store in a clean container, refrigerate

Method 2

  • Measure out the whipping cream into a bowl
  • Mix the cream till hard peaks form (stiffened peaks when you pull away from the beater)
  • Add a tablespoon of creamy peanut butter (store-bought or homemade)
  • Start whipping, the peanut butter will incorporate into the whipping cream
  • Taste as you go (but don’t taste too much!)
  • You can add any optional ingredients or more peanut butter if you want a creamier spread
  • When you see the mixture is smooth, pour it into a container and put it in the fridge


  • Method 2 is not Vegan or Dairy-free
  • We recommend using homemade peanut butter over store-bought jars
  • We recommend finishing the mixture within 10 days
  • Refrigerated whipped peanut butter has a more consistent texture
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The whipped peanut butter recipe is prepared and ready to serve. Well, can you eat it on its own? Yes duh? Just scoop out generous servings on a spoon and enjoy while watching Netflix. The next thing you know you’ve cleaned up an entire week’s worth of whipped peanut butter!

Not the ideal route for a low-calorie life, which is why we have mentioned some delicious sides to have with your spread below.

Other Sides to Enjoy With

Cookies taste delicious with whipped PB, try Almond Meringue Cookies and make tea time delightful. Speaking of delightful, add a dollop of the whipped PB on the Lemon and Silken Tofu Cheesecake, it tastes divine! Another dish that is complemented by a scoop of whipped peanut butter is Silken Tofu Pumpkin Pie, nothing says “its fall season” more than this combination!

 A Little bit of frozen dessert never hurt anyone. Frozen Raspberry Yogurt Bars with whipped peanut butter, I’m hungry already!

You’ll never miss breakfast with Vanilla Almond Granola with a helping of whipped peanut butter. Another breakfast meal to enjoy with this recipe is Almond Croissant Puff Pastry, Parisian chic meets the American dream.

Recipes to Try Out

Peanut Butter is such a multifaceted condiment, it can be used in multiple dishes. The thought of it might ignite your sweet cravings but don’t worry! We have some more yummylicious recipes you can try out:

Health Benefits

Let’s go over some health benefits while we’re still here. Peanut Butter is a great source of Omega-3s and good fats. Homemade peanut butter is better than store-bought as it contains lesser amounts of calories and fats. Studies have shown that peanut butter is the healthiest among the nut butter and has shown to decrease the risk of heart and cardiovascular disease.

Unless you have no other choice but to buy peanut butter, always go for ones that contain no extra fats or sugar.