For those of you who've never heard of PB2, it is a powdered peanut butter that comes in regular peanut butter packaging (this confused me for a while). To turn the power into peanut butter, you combine two tablespoons of the PB2 powder with 1 tablespoon water at which point it turns into really thick, creamy, tasty peanut butter. Alternatively, you can also add the powder directly to a smoothie or yogurt for some delicious peanut-y taste.
Two tablespoons of PB2 (enough to spread in a la tortilla factory soft wrap) are 53.2 calories, 1.87 grams of fat, .48 grams of fiber, and 5.65 grams of protein (so only 1 weight watchers point). Ingredient wise the powder consists of peanuts (they are slow roasted and pressed to remove all the fat), sugar, and salt. It also comes in what looks like a yummy chocolate flavor, but I haven't had the opportunity to try the chocolate flavor yet.
One of the reasons I wanted to post about PB2 was so that I could post about a low calorie peanut sauce recipe that leverages it to eat with thai spring rolls. I will do this posting next week so stay tuned!
Finding PB2 might be challenging. It is available online through the company that makes it called Bell Plantation. They have a store locator on their site so you can find PB2 at a store in your neighborhood.