Pantry items are quite precious these days, which is why you shouldn’t waste time on questionable dishes. These dairy-free peanut butter recipes are timeless, well-loved, and just darn delicious. They include breakfasts, snacks, some meals, and of course, desserts. And they range from unique creations to simple classics.
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25 Dairy-Free Peanut Butter Recipes Worth Stocking Up For
These aren’t just recipes that contain peanut butter – it’s the star of the show! If needed, you can substitute sunflower seed butter, almond butter, or cashew butter for the peanut butter in these dairy-free peanut butter recipes. Each alternative works nicely, and will produce similar results. But keep in mind that sunflower seed butter reacts with baking soda to produce a (harmless) green hue.
This decadent dessert recipe is cool, creamy, and incredibly rich. But it’s actually vegan and can be made paleo-friendly.
These aren’t just like Clif Bars, but we think they’re better! Instead of protein isolates, they’re made with natural ingredients, and have a sweet soft and chewy texture.
This is one of my favorites. It’s rich, creamy peanut butter on the bottom, and blueberry-infused on the top. Sometimes I just blend it all together!
I put this stuff on everything. It’s so good, so healthy, so rich, and so easy.
Do you need a dessert guaranteed to impress guests? Here you go …
These sweet, nutritious bars are a cross between crispy treats and oat bars, with a generous infusion of peanut butter in the bars themselves and in the icing.
You don’t need to know how to cook to make this simple recipe. You just need the ability to appreciate straight up indulgence.
These plant-based hoagies come from an award-winning recipe that’s filled with fresh vegetables, and enriched with a wonderful peanut sauce.
Each bite doubles down on the pb goodness, with peanut butter in the cake and spread on top.
It doesn’t get much easier than these snack balls. Even kids can make them!
Upgrade your ordinary apple pie with this peanut butter infusion and crumble topping.
Each bowl boasts a full serving of peanut butter, and several servings of your daily vegetables and whole grains.
You won’t believe how easy it is to make your own dairy-free Pop Tarts!
This recipe takes the humble peanut butter and banana sandwich to tasty new heights.
You know the ones – boil, drop, attempt patience, devour.
Enjoy watching the game at home with this sweet and salty popcorn. The recipe includes baked and no bake options.
This simple, timeless recipe serves PB&J’s in a snackable, sweet treat.
You can use this recipe to make peanut butter eggs, peanut butter cups, or any shape of peanut butter-filled, chocolate-covered goody you desire.
Although it’s heavy in Indian flavors, this dinner is generously infused with peanut butter and apple for a unique, but comforting twist.
What would a collection of dairy-free peanut butter recipes be without cookies?! These are a bit like 1-2-3 peanut butter cookies, but with a few more ingredients, and they’re naturally vegan!
These generously spiced kabobs are wonderful with rice, quinoa, millet, or couscous.
Think of this simple recipe as nice cream sandwiches made with graham crackers. It’s snack-worthy, but still a cool treat.
The chocolate cookie crust is actually grain-free, and the dense, rich filling is made with a decadent combination of cashews and peanut butter.
If you haven’t tried peanut butter and coconut together, then you’ve been missing out. Make these now!