iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $3.77 (50% off)
Posted by Wakeupgrindrepeat on Jul 01, 2015
Used this as peanut butter simply by adding water or milk . I add it to yogurt too . Im glad there are no added sugars or any other ingredients . Will buy this again . Prefer peanut butter though . Heee
Rica pero menos práctica que la crema.
Posted by martaekos on Mar 09, 2016
Está rica y puedes usarla en diferentes platos directamente en polvo: postres, platos exóticos, batidos, masas... Pero me parece más práctica la crema de cacahuete.
perfect macro with good taste
Posted by 5383012086078154940 on May 09, 2016
i like mixing it with protein powder (about 1:1 ratio) and stevia
What we had before trendy powdered peanut butter
Posted by 5241805144772154238 on Jan 05, 2017
No salt and sugar means it's more versatile than other peanut powders. I think it's slightly less fine grained - maybe? Overall excellent though
Liked this a lot and much cheaper than PB2
Posted by Reviewer1140641 on Aug 31, 2011
I had tried PB2 and liked it but wanted to buy something cheaper so thought I would buy peanut flour instead and doctor it up myself. With a bit of olive oil and honey and a dash of salt this tastes almost as good as regular peanut butter to me. You just have to make it up in small amounts that you can eat in just a day or two and have to keep that refrigerated or it turns.
Posted by Reviewer1692151 on Nov 07, 2011
i really liked this peanut flour! it actually tasted very very similar to peanut butter which was awesome! i added some almond milk to it and made it into a paste/sauce! awesome w/ fruit or in oatmeal!! :)
Not quite as good as TJs, but it's the best out there now!
Posted by Umbridge on Dec 08, 2011
I love peanut flour for its excellent taste and versatility, as well as the high protein content. I often mix it with regular peanut butter to up the protein content, but keep the calories and fat a little bit lower. It works especially well used this way in recipes that call for a lot of peanut butter, e.g. peanut sauces and peanut soups. I use it in my high protein baked goods as well.
Delicious and Versatile!
Posted by Reviewer2165472 on Dec 13, 2011
I've wanted to try peanut flour for several months since I first saw it on blogs. I don't have a TJs near me so I never was able to try it until I saw it on iHerb. A 16 oz bag is pretty cheap, only $4 so I decided to order it. It definitely doesn't disappoint! It tastes awesome made as a paste and works well as a replacement for flour in baked goods. I definitely recommend!
Posted by Reviewer2256496 on Mar 02, 2012
Really good, and a good source of protein
Posted by Reviewer1140404 on Mar 02, 2012
I prefer Byrd Mill peanut flour, but this is just about as good.