Finds’ Fave PB & Co The Bee’s Knees Review + Giveaway!

beeskneesIf you read this blog, you know I LOVE peanut butter (especially from Finds’ Fave Peanut Butter & Co) and that I am NOT a food blogger. That said, I was beyond delighted when Adam from PB & Co got in touch to invite me to be a part of their Yum Squad – a new ambassador group. Do I want to get access to new goodies and giveaways from one of my favorite companies? Hell, yes! It is good for me and it is good for you all, too! I get to test and giveaway delicious goodies from PB & Co all year long. Yay! My first giveaway assignment was Dark Chocolate Dreams and the 31 Days of Dark Chocolate Dreams Cookbook. The second is to create some “Peanut Butter Buzz” with Bee’s Knees. We were asked to develop or test some recipes with The Bee’s Knees, PB & Co’s peanut butter blended with “scrumptious” honey.

Like me, many of my friends and readers love PB & Co peanut butter. For this Yum Squad assignment, I enlisted Kim and Stacy. Kim decided to make a main course with her Bee’s Knees and Stacy made some cookies and no bake bars (which I will be making!)

kims bees knees

This recipe is easy and delicious! And who doesn’t love stuffed potatoes? This version is a super healthy, nutritious version of an old favorite. Kudos and thanks to Kim!

Cookies and Bars from Stacy! YUM!

Cookies and Bars from Stacy! YUM!

Stacy said, “I ended up taking a very, very basic approach.” She went on to say, “I found two recipes that I modified slightly.The cookie is just the PB, honey and agave, vanilla, oat flour, baking soda and desiccated coconut. Taste pretty good, too!” and  “The bar is no bake. Peanut Butter, honey (I used less since the PB has honey, too) and oats. Press and set. Bam.” Here are the original recipes that Stacy adapted for the No Bake Bar and cookie. She dropped some off and the husband and I loved them. Well, he loved the cookies. I ate up all of the bars before he could get any! I love these basics and even I can make them!

This #PeanutButterBuzz Bee’s Knees assignment yielded some great recipes that are easy and delicious! Want to get in on the fun? The awesome folks at PB & Co will send one lucky reader 2 jars of Bee’s Knees for his or her own use! (And it is up to the winner to decide to use, keep or share. We won’t judge! Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter. Winners must be 18 or over and US residents. This offer is void where prohibited. Contest runs through May 27. Winner will be selected and notified on May 28th.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

As I mentioned in my original review, PB & Co is also a company committed to the environment and their local community. Check out all of the great things that they are involved in HERE. They are also on FacebookTwitterGoogle+ and Pinterest. You may like Lee’s blog on Serious Eats and awesome recipes (updated every Tuesday). You can get the best deals on Peanut Butter & Co or find a store near you if you sign up for their newsletter HERE.

PS. Don’t forget my giveaways! $100 Home Depot card from Miracle-Gro, Olomomo Almonds + swag and Shape Up for Summer Bloghop!

Please note:  I was provided with free product and cookbook in exchange for this review. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions expressed are my own and those of my reviewers. This stuff is awesome. I have and will continue to eat it with a spoon!



  1. katy says:

    I love this brand of PB! My favorite flavor is the white chocolate one!

  2. Georgette says:

    This is tough- I would likely go with sweet. I love their PB, can’t wait to try this one.

  3. I feel like this is begging to be made into a peanut sauce!

  4. Amanda C. says:

    Do bananas with peanut butter count as a recipe?

  5. I’ve never had this brand but I do love PB and I use it to make lots of salad dressings and stir fry. I will look for it next time.

  6. Renata says:

    Sweet & Savory – I’d make some honey peanut butter oatmeal cookies!

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  8. Courtney A says:

    I would make a peanut butter, vegi stir fry with this yummy goodness.

  9. Jenny says:

    I would have to try something sweet!

  10. Liz says:

    how about a spoon… does that count?

  11. Lesli says:

    I’d love to try a cookie or banana bread recipe!

  12. Marcia says:

    Oh man how I love Bee Knees! I will make ALL of the recipes of course. : )

  13. Sweeet, please! I think I will make a cacao peanut butter smoothie!

  14. Jennifer says:

    I usually just eat it on a piece of toasted bread!

  15. Robin Miller says:

    Peanut butter cookies or try in a smoothie.

  16. Earl-Leigh says:

    On a rice cake! Does this count? LOL

  17. I am all about using peanut butter to make a satay sauce.

  18. Tessa says:

    Any peanut butter cookies!

  19. Ray says:

    I like sweet peanut butter brownies.

  20. Maryann D. says:

    I would go sweet and make some cookies with the peanut butter, and I also like to put some in smoothies.

  21. Sapna says:

    No recipe needed! Just like you, straight from the jar with a spoon:)

  22. Willow says:

    I would love to try a peanut sauce used for dipping spring rolls or as a salad dressing. Yum!

  23. Lisa Jones says:

    My hubby makes this awesome chicken sate and I think this would work great with it. Sorry, no recipe. He just wings it.

  24. sa collins says:

    I love peanut butter — I’ll probably just grab a spoon. Thank you for the giveaway.

  25. Jeff F says:

    my favorite is peanut butter thumb print cookies filled either with jam (aka PB & J) or NUTELLA! amazeballs.

    I keep a jar of Mighty Maple in my desk at work and will eat it as a preworkout snack in between 2 Honey Stinger waffle cookies.

  26. Dandi D says:

    I’d like to try a savory recipe as they look very intriguing!

  27. I’d go with a classic PB cookie. YUMMMM!

  28. mona says:

    I like both

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  30. Holly E says:

    I would love to make peanut butter banana bread

  31. Kristen says:

    Mmmm peanut butter cookies would be really good with this! I need to try that out!

  32. Caitlyn says:

    I think I’d start off with a simple peanut butter cookie recipe.

  33. Julie G says:

    I like savory.. that sweet potato recipe looks interesting

  34. Nikki Fahey says:

    Awesome finds

  35. Melissa says:

    sweet… like maybe mixed into brownies?

  36. Carrie H says:

    Does apples and PB or celery and PB count. My kids eat it daily!!

  37. Deborah says:

    I would make peanut butter cups.

    I just mix a little nutritional yeast with peanut butter and melt some chocolate (baking choc/coconut oil) and pour into molds; add some peanut butter and then pour more chocolate on top. Put in freezer or fridge. Sorry if that description isn’t clear! I don’t use a recipe, but there are plenty online.

    When the jar is pretty low, I like to stir in some cocoa powder, shredded coconut, and some chia seeds. Just eat with a spoon. 🙂

  38. I’m pretty much a PB addict, but I’ve never tried this kind before!

  39. David Burns says:

    I would make peanut butter cookies

  40. Alison Miller says:

    I would probably make something sweet, such as peanut butter balls or peanut butter cookies, but something savory would be nice, too. To be honest, my husband is a peanut butter pig and eats it straight from the jar! We probably go through a jar of peanut butter a week!

  41. Alona Y says:

    I would have to go with sweet and I’d love to try to make those no bake bars.

  42. Kat says:

    Love this brand! I will definitely be trying a sweet recipe with this!

  43. Lindsay M. says:

    I would probably go with sweet!

  44. I would like to try a sweet recipe! This would be great in cookies!

  45. Georgiana says:

    I would make a sweet and savory whipped cream peanut butter pie!

  46. lauren says:

    I’d make PB cookies

  47. Morgan Alonso says:

    I’d make something savory!

  48. Helga says:

    I would make thai peanut sauce.

  49. Alyssa says:

    I would definitely go with a sweet recipe. Some pb cookies with this would be delicious!

  50. Wehaf says:

    This would be perfect in a PB and banana milkshake!

  51. Lisa says:

    I love making peanut sauce with peanut butter and coconut milk for chicken satay or noodles… or anything, really!

  52. cheryla lister says:

    I would go with savory, as I just tried a Chinese Chicken Salad tonight with peanut butter in the dressing. Delicious!

  53. Brandi Dawn says:

    I would do sweet. Definitely the PB Cookies!

  54. Teri says:

    I would make something sweet. Maybe muffins or an energy bar. Yum!

  55. yenny says:

    I would go with sweet for sure.

  56. cris says:

    I would love to try a Peanut Butter with fudge cake recipe.

  57. Ariel says:

    Chocolate peanut butter banana milk shake! YUM!

  58. Diana says:

    Sweet please with my Bee’s Knees in cookayys. #SweetBeesKneesWithCookies

  59. Jessica says:

    I’d make a peanut butter cake!

  60. Jennifer Hiles says:

    I would like to try the Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie Ice Cream Sandwiches!

  61. Pat Wike says:

    I recently purchased my first jar of dark chocolate flavor. This is the best peanut butter I have ever eaten. It is full of flavor, nice and creamy and good for you. I haven’t tried any recipes yet because I am enjoying eating it on crackers and straight out of the jar on a spoon.

  62. sharon says:

    I’d make a fluffy pie, with chopped peanuts on top and a drizzle of wildflower honey 🙂

  63. Alexi says:

    I would try a sweet recipe with Bee’s Knees–maybe some delicious cookies!

  64. Stacey says:

    Probably a shake of some sort. I don’t bake a lot anymore, but love PB&Co!

  65. Katie B. says:

    PB&Co. has this recipe on their Facebook page right now – Grilled Spicy Peanut Butter Marinated Shrimp Recipe. I’m intrigued. So we’ll say THAT!

  66. Wanda McHenry says:

    I would go with savory and make my peanut butter chocolate pie!

  67. Nicole Powell says:

    Peanut Butter Chicken and Peanut Butter Pie.

  68. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    I’m always for something sweet! I’d probably make cereal bars.

  69. tara f. says:


  70. Jonelle says:

    I’d probably do something savory for dinner and something sweet for dessert

  71. Alexandria Julia Tinnon says:

    My Mom would love the stuffed sweet potatoes! She loves those things!

  72. Claudia Davis says:

    I love pasta dishes mixed with a peanut dressing.

  73. Susan Campbell says:

    I would try both, I LOVE this brand!!!

  74. Christina m Oddy says:

    sweeet and savory, who says you have to choose!

  75. emily says:


  76. Rachel says:

    I love the Cinnamon Raisin Swirl to eat with bananas or celery, or any snacks:) The Bee’s knees is super delicious too in smoothies.

  77. Natasha says:

    Heck, I just want to eat it with a spoon!

  78. Jackie Vigliucci says:

    I would have to go with sweet!

  79. Alex Freiert says:

    Gotta go with a sweet one, this stuffed sweet potatoes looks awesome.

  80. tara pittman says:

    I would make peanut butter brownies.

  81. Priscilla S. says:

    I would love to make peanut butter muffins with it.

  82. Carly says:

    Sweet would be easier for me, but I’d love to try a savory dish, too!

  83. Donna K says:

    sweet. I would use it in PB&J.

  84. Julie says:

    This looks great! I’ve always seen this peanut butter at my local natural food store and have been dying to try it!

  85. Nela says:

    Probably something sweet. 🙂

  86. Madi says:

    Ooh savory sounds good! I’d love to make some kind of peanut butter chocolate pie or just have it straight!

  87. Sweet! My favorite peanut butter chocolate chip cookies!

  88. Natalie says:

    I want to smear this pb on a tortilla and top it with cinnamon and bananas! Yum!

  89. Jennifer Essad says:

    I’m craving home made peanut butter fudge 🙂 so that’s what I would make and then the Hershey Kiss Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies

  90. Kimberly Snyder says:

    i would make a satay sauce, substituting the peanut butter for ground peanuts.

  91. I’d make peanut butter cookies for sure.

  92. Tamara N says:

    I would make my peanut butter cookie balls with this. Sweet for us!

  93. Sherri Lewis says:

    I think I would go for sweet, and try it in my smoothie

  94. Michelle Proper says:

    Sweet! I’m dying for some peanut butter pie 🙂

  95. BreannaS says:

    I am a sweet girl and I love ants on a log. Celery with peanut butter and raisins.

  96. amanda whiltey says:

    i would make peanut butter balls.

  97. wen budro says:

    Hmmm….I’m going to have to go with the sweet. It’s been ages since I made peanut butter cookies from scratch….I would make some of those first.

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