Speaking of Peanut Butter 7355
Sheryl Rosen Seriously Sheryl, I would really like to answer your question but we just aren't into peanut butter. For the very...
I eat peanut butter mostly in the privacy of my own home, and no one here is allergic so....I'm ok!
I bought a jar of Skippy Reduced Fat Peanut Butter (creamy) and wow is that sweet! I think they overcompensated for the reduced fat by adding sugar. The calorie count is the same, so they took out a few grams of fat and added in a few grams of sugar, so the end result is the same calories.
Frankly, it's vile and I'll finish the jar but will not buy Skippy reduced fat again. I suppose I could just eat the regular stuff and eat a little bit less than the 2 tablespoons...But I would rather find a better product to eat the recommended serving of.
I have been using Jif or Skippy "regular" and have also been eating store brand peanut butters and frankly, they are pretty comparable....but I'd really like to find a reduced fat peanut butter than isn't sickeningly sweet, like Skippy is.
I am familiar with "Simply Jif", which has reduced sugar and reduced sodium and the peanut taste is really fantastic! But the fat isn't reduced and that's more what I'm looking for. I would love to find a combo of reduced fat and reduced sugar.
Has anyone found such a thing? Peanut butter is not something I want to live without, but I would like to find a healthier version of it. Jif makes a lower fat version, and they make that "Simply Jif" reduced salt-sugar version, but I don't think they do it in the same jar and that's what I want.
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