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Chocolate peanut butter

This was not even on my radar until I saw Fix & Fogg had made some. I foolishly bought a jar and that was it, hooked!

I wanted to see if I could make my own version, and had to go through a fair bit of trial and error to get there, but I present to you a pretty decent version.

Ideal for fussy eaters:

1. Any change from what a child normally eats is good

2. If you have a peanut butter eater, it’s a change

3. If you have a Nutella eater, it’s a change

4. If you have a child who likes chocolate, it’s worth a whirl

It has some sugar but also with a decent hit of protein, good fats and nutrients.

You can spread on toast or crackers or use as a dip to entice dipping and mixing.


(For small test amount)
1 heaped dessert sp of peanut butter (I used Fix & Fogg)
1 ½ dessert sp of cocoa powder (more for more chocolatly taste – I used a dark choc version)
1 desset sp of honey/maple syrup (this doesn’t make it very sweet – add more to taste)
1/8 cup milk (add more or less for required texture)

Place all in the blender or food processor and combine until smooth-ish.
Add more chco/milk/sweetener to taste
Will keep well in the fridge (unless it’s mine, because it gets eaten 😉)

Judith, MA Cantab, is an AOTA accredited picky eating advisor and internationally certified nutritional therapist. She works with 100+ families every year resolving fussy eating and returning pleasure and joy to the meal table.
She is also mum to two boys and the author of Creating Confident Eaters and Winner Winner I Eat Dinner. Her dream is that every child is able to approach food from a place of safety and joy, not fear.
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