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PB Crave is All the Rave!!!

Recently I was offered a chance to review PB Crave's line of Peanut Butter. I was extremely excited because of the awesome flavors and the fact that every time you buy a jar of PB Crave a minimum of 2% of the profits goes directly to Project Peanut Butter, a non-profit organization focused on treating malnourished children. How cool is that?

Project Peanut Butter has helped save the lives of more than 100,000 children through ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTFs) featuring high-calorie, fortified peanut butter-like pastes. Around the world, malnutrition is the leading cause of death for children under 5. It doesn't have to be — Join PB Crave and help change the world.

All of PB Crave's Peanut Butters have no hydrogenated oil, no artificial flavors, no syrups, no high-fructose corn syrup, and are gluten and cholesterol free. I was extremely excited about that since I am trying to provide more healthy options for my family. When I received this awesome box of goodies in my mail, it didn't even make it into the house before I had it opened and taste tested. I was in heaven! I'm pretty biased when it comes to peanut butter since it's one of my favorite snacks anyway, but PB Crave Peanut Butter had my head spinning. YUM!

The first PB Crave I tried was the Cookie Nookie and it's definitely my favorite. This was the one that I opened and tasted on the way into the house from the mailbox. Cookie Nookie is made with farm fresh peanuts, natural cookie flavoring, Mel-O honey, and milk chocolate chips; and believe me, it tastes just like it sounds... AMAZING!

The next PB Crave I tried was the Coco Bananas. Coco Bananas is made from the finest peanuts, natural banana flavor, real chunks of semi-sweet chocolate, and MEL-O honey. I wasn't too excited to try this one since I'm not a fan of banana flavored food unless it has real bananas in it but this actually tasted like a real banana dipped in sweet honey peanut butter. I was quite surprised that I actually liked it.

Next I tried PB Crave's Razzle Dazzle which had an awesome raspberry flavor. The Razzle Dazzle is made from fresh peanuts, natural raspberry flavoring, white and semi-sweet chocolate, and MEL-O honey. This one wasn't my favorite but it still had a really good taste to it.

The last one I tried was the Choco Choco by PB Crave and it tasted just like it should, great! This peanut butter is made from fresh peanuts, dark Belgium chocolate, and wild honey. Choco Choco was my second favorite out of the four flavors of PB Crave.

After all the PB Crave's were taste tested and approved I decided to use them as a frosting on brownies I made for a cook-out. It seemed that the Coco Bananas and Cookie Nookie were the favorites for all the kids but the Razzle Dazzle was a hit for the adults.

In summing things up, I'm pretty sure we'll be adding PB Crave to our grocery list. You can buy this awesome peanut butter online at PB Crave or at any Fresh Market. Thankfully we have a Fresh Market close by!

Socialize with PB Crave on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or online at their web page and stay tuned for an awesome giveaway for a CoCo Bananas prize pack!

***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***


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