Explain like I'm 5. Putting peanut butter in your Huel?

Do you use the “bad” kind of peanut butter, like JIF, or 100% peanut butter?
Does it really mix with water and Huel inside a shaker bottle, or is this a blender exclusive?
I guess refrigerated 100% peanut butter is out of the question?

Thanks in advance! <3

Clarification: Bad = processed with all sorts of additives like palm oil, sugar etc to make it easier to spread.

Always in a mixer, with 5 secs for me its enough. In a mixer because PB is hard to mix and very sticky. One table spoon (100 kcal aprox).

Always use 100% peanut butter, nothing less, nothing more.

More than 100% peanut butter is something I would really like to try :>
Thanks for the reply!

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Totally this.

I don’t do it often but when I do it’s always in a blender and even than it’s difficult to clean.

Powdered peanut butter works well too, eg PBfit or PB2


I use sheep dog peanut butter liqueur 35 percent proof so makes a nice brekkie before a long shift in the fire engine

To be honest I think it’s best to blend PB in its whole form to minimise extra processing. Or as @Bee says, the powdered PB2/PBfit are also suitable solutions for the shake method :slight_smile:

In any case, you can’t go wrong with Meridian Peanut Butter + Manilife Peanut Butter and/or Borna Foods Nut Butters (fancy shit) of which are all superb nut butters.

It’s always the last ingredient I add so that the liquid/peanut butter get blended together and therefore mix super easily.

Interesting, I didn’t know such a thing existed. Can’t seem to find anywhere in Finland, though :expressionless:

Edit: Nevermind. Found it. Thanks!


i used to add peanut butter & blend, which is great for adding calories (disregarding healthiness a little), but boy i dont like cleaning my blender all the time aaat all

does the powdered peanut butter mix well enough as to not need a blender? and how sticky is it in the shaker, ie is shaking a 2-3 times with water enough to clean it again?