Scatter Brained Mom Peanut Butter Pie

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Make this recipe for Scatter Brained Mom’s Peanut Butter Pie just so you can repeat the hilarious title for the recipe! This is a fun and easy Scatter Brained Mom’s Peanut Butter Pie (see, it is so funny I have to write it again!) that you can make, if you are not too scattered (or may be if you are just scattered enough). Or, hand over the kitchen keys to your young baker in the house, and have him or her pull this one together. The recipe is quite easy, and requires no over prep time. In fact, you could make this recipe with just one bowl and a spoon, pretty much.

To make this pie a bit more nutritious, consider using organic peanut butter, or ate least one that has no added sugar or salt. For kids, especially, keeping their engines going throughout the day really requires high energy foods that do not come in the form of simple carbohydrates. So choosing a good quality peanut butter can go a long way in this regard. Peanut butter is terrific energy food, even though plenty of people are allergic or sensitive to it. Still, peanut butter is loaded with good fats, large amounts of protein, and plenty of the anti-oxidant, resveratrol (also found in red wine and red grapes). Peanuts are also action packed with vitamins E and B3. As an anti-oxidant, vitamin E plays a role in controlling inflammation in your body. Although it might be considered a high calorie food, running about 95 or so calories in one tablespoon, the nutritional benefits are well worth adding this food to your family’s regular eating plan.

So enjoy this pie, made with organic peanut butter. It will increase the nutrition, and the peanut flavor (because it is all peanuts!) and give your give kids a nutritional boost as well as something yummy to eat.

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