Peanut Butter Cookie Bread

It’s Christmas time… know what that means?!

Ok, well first and foremost it means time with the people you love celebrating the birth of our Lord and Savior JESUS CHRIST.

But for just a moment or two can we go back to that first one… mkay thanks 🙂

Soooo Cookie Exchanges…
Sugar cookies, so overdone. Chocolate chip-good, but get hit pretty hard at all other times of the year. Peanut Butter cookies, always a winner! But… we need to change things up a little bit… how? How you ask?

BREAD! Bread, Bread, Bread, Bread, BREAD!!!

My favorite thing (well.. for the moment-I have a short attention span so ‘my favorite’ changes quite often) ANYWAYS…. My favorite thing right now is mesh quick breads and desserts!

I <3 quick breads and making new flavors is probably the most fun any a weird health food obsessed college student can have!

So this recipe combines my love of peanut butter, cookies and bread to create… The Peanut Butter Cookie Bread

Honestly people, this taste like a peanut butter cookie – in a loaf form. Ah-May-Zing.

If you don’t try this, the world will probably start raining tangelos, erupting with gophers and traffic lights will never-ever change to green. Do you want that to happen!? Me Neither-so go make this bread!


2 cups all purpose flour (I used half white whole wheat)

1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup equivalence sweetener (sugar, Stevia, etc.)
3/4 cup creamy peanut butter
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup buttermilk

1. Mix all ingredients together until everything is wet and combined – Do not overmix!
2. Pour into a greased and floured 8×5 loaf pan
3. Bake on 350* for 45-ish minutes… just keep a good eye on it and take out when the edges are a dark golden brown.
4. Enjoy. Enjoy in the morning as breakfast with coffee! Enjoy as a snack alongside a Peanut Buster Shake… too much peanut butter? Nah… Enjoy after a nice meal of homemade pizza. Just enjoy it! And the sooner the better 🙂

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