The ultimate cosy, winter recipe is here and it's our ultimate peanut butter hot chocolate. This rich and creamy peanut butter hot chocolate is perfect for keeping you warm all winter long.
because I mean really, why wouldn’t you want to cozy up with a sweet treat that tastes just like a warm, liquid peanut butter cup?! This peanut butter hot chocolate recipe is seriously delicious, and is made with 7 ingredients in less than 10 minutes!
Peanut Hot Chocolate
● 500ml of milk of your choice
● 60g cocoa powder
● 60g sugar
● 60g Peanut Hottie Powder
● Pinch of salt
● 60g Peanut Hottie Powder
● 80ml water
1. In a large saucepan, heat the milk until hot but do not boil.
2. Whisk in the cocoa powder, powdered sugar, and salt until smooth then whisk in the peanut butter powder until smooth.
3. Bring to a boil. Boil, stirring often, for 1 minute or until it starts to thicken.
4. Meanwhile in a separate bowl, mix your drizzle ingredients together until smooth.
5. Serve into two mugs, top with cream and drizzle over your Peanut Hottie drizzle.
As the cold weather sets in and the leaves fall from the trees, it’s natural to crave something a little more hearty and warming to start the day. We’ve put together some of our favourite Peanut Hottie autumn breakfast ideas to get you mornings off to the best start.
Peanut Hottie pancakes
250g Peanut Hottie powder, mixed to a paste with water
50g unsalted butter
6 tbsp maple serum
300g self-raising flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tbsp golden caster sugar
Heat the Peanut Hottie powder, butter and maple syrup in a pan for 2 minutes, before setting aside to cool.
Mix the flour, baking powder, sugar and a pinch of salt in a large bowl. Crack in the eggs and whisk. Add the milk and ¾ of the peanut butter mixture and whisk to combine.
Add some butter to a frying pan, add 2 tbsp of batter to make small pancakes, making sure there's space between each. Cook until bubbles start to form on the surface, then flip and cook on the other side.
Serve the pancakes with the remaining peanut butter sauce, maple syrup and fruit, if using.
Peanut Hottie and banana porridge
The perfect breakfast to keep you warm and fuller for longer!
160g Rolled Oats
1.2l unsweetened almond milk
2 tbsp sultanas or raisins
¼ tsp cinnamon
2 bananas, sliced
4 tsp Peanut Hottie, mixed into a paste with water
Place the oats, milk, sultanas and cinnamon into a saucepan with a pinch of salt. Cook over medium heat until smooth and thick. Make sure you stir frequently and add a splash of milk depending on the texture you like.
Serve the porridge, top with sliced banana and dollop Peanut Hottie on the top as you desire
Peanut Hottie breakfast bars
200g Peanut Hottie powder, mixed to a paste with water
3 tbsp coconut oil
300g milk chocolate
Grease a 9 x 9 inch, or similar, brownie tin with butter or coconut oil
Combine your peanut butter and coconut oil in a large bowl and melt together.
Once they are liquid, you can stir in your oats. Mix well, and tip into your square tin. Press down firmly with the back of a spoon.
Melt the chocolate and drizzle over the top of your oat mixture.
Pop in the fridge to set - they should be ready in about an hour.
Take a look at our recipe page for more fantastic Peanut Hottie recipes.
For vegans, every day is a celebration of plant-based diets. But when Nov. 1 rolls around, it’s worth taking a little extra effort to think of ways to celebrate World Vegan Day. This special day showcases a cruelty-free lifestyle and all the reasons why vegans choose to adopt it. Plus, it is also a wonderful chance for individuals to highlight everything they love about veganism. We’ve compiled a list of how to celebrate below.
1. Expand your knowledge November 1st is the perfect day to expand your knowledge regarding veganism. Maybe you could read a new book, watch a documentary or read up on the latest research - you can never know enough about a topic.
2. Try a new recipe Celebrate World Vegan Day by trying out a new recipe. This is especially ideal if you tend to stick to the same meals every week. There are so many delicious recipes out there! Check out our blog for some of our favorite Peanut Hottie recipes
3. Cook for non-vegans
While you're at it, share your delicious meal ideas with people who typically do not eat vegan meals. This can be anyone from your co-workers to your family. It's an awesome way to share a little piece of your world. It's a lovely way to spread awareness, too.
4. Make a vegan beauty product
Veganism doesn't stop at the food on your plate. The products that you put on your body make a difference, too. And since homemade beauty products are all about the natural ingredients, there's a good chance that you already have ingredients in your kitchen. Start with something simple, like mixing lavender oil with coconut oil to make luscious shaving cream.
5. Enjoy some sweets
Being vegan doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy delicious sweets. Free From Fellows are sugar free, gelatin free and gluten free, whilst still being mouth wateringly tasty!