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21 Tasty Peanut Butter Snacks That Go Beyond Sandwiches

21 Tasty Peanut Butter Snacks That Go Beyond Sandwiches

If you’re looking for something heavenly and addicting, look no further than these peanut butter snack ideas!

Like Nutella, peanut butter is one of the must-have spreads in the kitchen as it’s truly versatile and complex in flavor. 

With a little bit of creativity, it’s achievable to incorporate its sweet-salty taste in desserts and even savory dishes (yes, check out these delicious peanut butter noodles!).  

As per snacks, most people eat peanut butter on toast with a few toppings adorned on top—for me, it’s meant for more than just sandwiches or toasts.

From oh-so-delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding to Straightforward Peanut Butter Crepes, these peanut butter snack recipes are sure to entice.

And oh, wait—our very own peanut butter snack recipe #20 is something you shouldn’t miss! 

The most decadent no-bake snack for peanut butter lovers is here!

With crunchy old-fashioned rolled oats and luscious chocolate chops, these 10-minute energy balls are sure to bring delight to your daily snacking. 

To extend their shelf life, store the tiny balls in an airtight container and slide them in the fridge or freezer.

Tasty, rich, and creamy, there’s no reason you can’t make these peanut butter bars every day. 

The addition of butter in this recipe adds creaminess and helps everything bind together, while the semisweet chocolate chips lend a luscious touch to every bite.

Perfect as an afternoon snack for kids and adults, these oatmeal cookies are plain yet packed with delicious peanut butter and sugar jelly goodness. 

You can play around by substituting the jelly with raspberry jam and tossing some chocolate chips and walnuts for a nice crunchy finish. 

Our version of peanut butter fudge contains seven ingredients that most everyone has in their pantry already. 

Unbelievably creamy, you don’t even need a candy thermometer to create this 20-minute homemade fudge. 

Plus, it’s just as easy as it’s insanely delicious!

This 5-ingredient peanut butter granola recipe is made a little special with a splash of honey for sweetness. 

The secret to its crunchiness is the addition of brown rice cereal, which complements well with the sweetener. Make it in advance to save time and store the snack in an airtight container for a week. 

Energy bites laden with pretzels, peanut butter, chia seeds, and toasted coconut? Oh, why not?!

Combining these ingredients yields delectable little treats loaded with salty-sweet flavors and textures. 

Make the bites visually appealing by rolling them in toasted coconut and then dipping them in chocolate. 

This peanut butter banana popsicle should reign when it comes to quick peanut butter snacks. 

Everything in this recipe is light and straightforward but never underestimate its smooth and creamy texture. 

What’s more, it only features bananas, peanut butter, non-dairy milk, and maple syrup—that’s it!

Frozen banana and pumpkin add a double dose of creaminess to this vegan-inspired peanut butter smoothie. 

Perfect for Fall, the recipe also offers that earthy flavor profile from ground ginger and cinnamon. To create, add everything to a blender and let the kitchen helper do the work.

This moist bread features cacao powder, peanut butter and lots of peanut butter swirl, and sugar-free chocolate chips toppings. 

The flavor and texture are top-notch!

Since this recipe is easy to put together and only requires a few main ingredients, it’s a shame that you won’t try this anytime soon.

You can’t spell FUN without making these filling peanut butter egg rolls. 

With just a handful of ingredients and 10 minutes of your time, you can serve these deliciously crispy bite-sized treats. 

When wrapping the rolls, just be gentle, as covering them tightly can tear the wrapper.

Dairy-free and vegan food are sometimes meh, but this peanut butter mousse is an exception. It’s rich, thick, and incredibly addicting!

And with chopped, salted peanuts and mini dark chocolate chips, the sugar-free treat is perfect for endless snacking entertainment. 

Keep yourself cool all summer long with these frozen yogurt bites made from peanut butter, dairy, vanilla, and maple syrup. 

You need to mix all the ingredients, then get creative when piping small circles of the yogurt mixture onto the parchment paper.

If you’re into Rice Krispies, these peanut butter rice Krispie treats are going to be your new obsession—they’re one of the easy peanut butter snacks, after all.

Change things up by drizzling melted chocolate or sprinkling cut peanut butter cups on top of the goodies.

The easiest way to eat your peanut butter? This trail mix. 

Roasted salted peanuts, M&M candies, golden raisins, and pretzel sandwiches also fuse, resulting in a soo good and sinfully addicting snack.

Indeed, this recipe transforms the simple food paste into something incredible.

This peanut butter-based snack spoon is full of chocolate flavor with a hint of floral and tangy undertones, thanks to the vanilla extract and Greek yogurt. 

Make it by mixing the essential ingredients until smooth, then sprinkle your favorite chopped chocolate bar. That’s it!

Good news—you only need creamy peanut butter, homemade granola, and ripe bananas to make your satisfying vegan-inspired wrap. 

Sure, peanut butter and banana are a great combo but combining granola with a sprinkle of chocolate chips adds a new dimension to the dish. 

This straightforward fruit dip recipe is made from three everyday ingredients: vanilla greek yogurt, creamy peanut butter, and honey. 

It features a velvety texture while the taste has a perfect blend of tang and sweetness. 

Pair the dip with your favorite fresh fruit. 

Dig in!

Trust me; you can’t stop eating these crepes, especially when you serve them with maple syrup and cinnamon!

The recipe combines eggs, vanilla extract, sugar, and peanut butter, then loaded with cinnamon cream cheese. How about adding some Nutella and bananas? Now we’re talking.

If you’re looking for a snack that’s something mouthwatering but requires less work, ah—try these chocolate peanut butter cookies!

Perfect as a breakfast or snack, these mouthwatering cookies start with a chocolate cake mix and end up with crunchy peanut butter goodness.

There’s no more accessible snack (or breakfast) than this yummy peanut butter-based toast; you’ll love how versatile and simple this recipe is!

Toppings like sliced dates, chopped apples, apple compote, brown sugar, or sliced bananas complete the toast. 

You can add Nutella, too!

The bottom line

Peanut butter is a delicious spread that you can enjo`1y anytime; you can use it to make various snacks that are easy to prepare yet tasty.

So refer to this list whenever you need inspiration for a quick snack

But be careful in serving these recipes, though, as some food lovers have a peanut allergy and you don’t want chaos in your gathering, do you?

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21 Peanut Butter Snacks

21 Peanut Butter Snacks

If you're looking for something heavenly and addicting, look no further than these peanut butter snack ideas!


  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding
  • No-Bake Energy Balls
  • Peanut Butter Bars
  • Oatmeal Cookies
  • Peanut Butter Fudge
  • One-Bowl Peanut Butter Granola
  • Peanut Butter Pretzel Energy Bites
  • Peanut Butter Banana Popsicle
  • Peanut Butter Pumpkin Smoothie
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Bread
  • Peanut Butter Egg Rolls
  • Peanut Butter Mousse
  • Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Bites
  • Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats
  • Peanut Butter Lover’s Trail Mix
  • Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt
  • Peanut Butter Banana Granola Wrap
  • Peanut Butter Fruit Dip
  • Peanut Butter Crepes
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
  • Peanut Butter Toast


  1. Choose one or more options from our list of peanut butter snacks here!
  2. Create your new favorite dish.
  3. Pat yourself on the back for making food at home for you to enjoy!
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