Hello loves!

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As promised I have some tasty treats for you.

It comes in the form of peanut flour.

Yes, peanut flour has swept the blog land and for good reason.

I know PB2 is huge, but plain, real peanut flour is really where it’s at. Who needs that extra sugar. Not this girl.

So when I had the opportunity to try Golden Peanut Company’s peanut flour, I was pretty excited.

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Look at all that peanut flour goodness.

What I loved most about these flours is you get that real peanut taste. I love it.

It comes in two varieties the 12% and 28% and although very close in nutritional stats, the 28% had a deeper more “peanut” flavor which I loved.  They offer both percents in light roast and dark roast. I only tried the light, so I’m not quite sure what the difference would be.

So with my new abundance of peanut flour it was off to experiment!

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As you all know I love making my peanut flour fluff/frosting.
So this stuff made it on top of multiple of my powercakes in it’s simplest form.

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Simple, yet so delicious.

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I also used it to make my easy peanut sauce.

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This has become a staple in my dinner rotation.

The sauce is super easy, just take 2-3 tbsp peanut flour, water to thin, squirt of sriracha, dash of Braggs liquid aminos and you have yourself a spicy peanut sauce that you can add to any protein. Again, so simple, but so delicious.

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I also whipped up an amazing power bake.

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Not only did I add the peanut flour to the bake, but of course a little peanut frosting made it on top as well.

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But my newest creation is a #strangebutgood creation

Cauliflower Peanut Power Pudding

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Ingredients:

1 cup cauliflower, minced to a rice like consistency
1/2 cup almond milk
1/3 cup water
1 tbsp coconut flour
1 tsp vanilla extract
3 tbsp peanut flour
1 tbsp vanilla casein
1/2 tsp baking powder
sweetener, if desired

Directions:

Mix everything together and put in freezer for 20-25 minutes and top with whatever toppings you desire.

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I ended up adding healthy chocolate sauce to mine.

– 2 tbsp unsweetened  cocoa thinned with water.

It was a pretty delish concoction if I do say so myself.

Don’t judge. Try it.

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So loves, I gave you some breakfast, dinner and dessert ideas and if you haven’t tried peanut flour you need to, and I highly recommend Golden Peanut Company’s, because I seriously can’t get enough of it!

If you interested in purchasing their peanut flours head over to this site and check out what they have!

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Do you use peanut flour?

Any favorite recipes?