4 Ingredient Cookies With Peanut Hottie!

*This post contains PR samples, all opinions are my own as always :)

Peanut Hottie is an up and coming brand who make Peanut butter flavour powder that can be used to make hot drinks, milkshakes and other fun recipes!

When Peanut Hottie* asked if I'd like to try some of their creation, I couldn't say no! I've always loved real peanut butter but rarely treat myself to it since it's so high in calories but Peanut Hottie is only 83 calories per drink (20g serving) so it seemed like a fab alternative. 

They were so kind and sent lots of goodies as you can see :P

The product itself comes in powder form and just needs to be mixed with hot water to make a delicious alternative to tea/ coffee/ hot chocolate but I was surprised to find out that Peanut Hottie can be used in many different ways and there are lots of creations on the website e.g you could make a Peanut Hottie Milkshake or Peanut butter pancakes, there are even a few slimming world recipes out there!

Peanut Hottie suggested that I share my own creation with you lovely lot (bare in mind, I'm so bad at baking, I could burn a jelly) so I decided to try out some Peanut butter biscuits/ cookies and here is what I used...

60g Peanut Hottie
125g Margerine (or butter if you're feeling indulgent!)
200g plain flour
60g caster sugar 

I also added the dark chocolate pieces to some of the cookies but this totally is optional.

All you need to do is...

 Mix the butter and the sugar together until smooth. 
Stir in the flour and Peanut Hottie to make a dough. Turn on to a work surface and gently roll out until the dough is 1cm/½in thick.  
Cut into rounds, fingers or hearts like mine and place onto a baking tray. 
Sprinkle with caster sugar and chill in the fridge for 20 minutes. 
Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes on 180 degrees Celsius or until pale golden-brown. 
Set aside to cool on a wire rack.

Then simply enjoy with a cup of Peanut Hottie!

I also had a go at the milkshake since it's just Peanut Hottie mixed with milk and that was delicious too!

3 teaspoons of Peanut Hottie 
200ml milk (or almond milk as I used) 


Peanut Hottie can be bought from Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose and Booths for £2.99

I was sent Peanut Hottie free of charge for the purpose of a review. As always, all opinions are my own : )

Have you tried Peanut Hottie yet?


  1. Thanks for sharing! That sounds really good in mixed into maybe a chocolate drink to make it peanut butter chocolate. :) Love the owl cup by the way!!!

    1. That's such a good idea, I never thought of adding in to hot chocolate! And thanks, it's only from Primark :D

  2. Oh my goodness! This all sounds so, SO good. I love peanut butter so much and it's nice to see that there is an alternative out there. Now I've also got an awesome cookie recipe as well! Thanks Georgia! (Ps: The Dark Chocolate pieces are mandatory with me. Hehe.)

    1. Glad you liked the post! And I agree, chocolate is a must have haha :P

  3. That looks and sounds absolutely incredible. I really want to get my hands on Peanut Hottie now because anything peanut butter related is right up my street hehe. xxxxx Romantiquely

  4. I love Peanut Hottie! The milkshake is a brilliant idea but does the powder dissolve okay in cold milk?
    Mary-Ann xx
    Angel Flicks

    1. Thanks for commenting and yep it did do for me, just be sure to give it a good stir : )

  5. I've heard about these a lot and really want to try some now! I also really love peanut butter (: http://coffeeatmidnight13.blogspot.co.uk/

  6. Ive got one in the cupboard that i havent touched yet!


  7. I've never seen this before, it looks delicious though - I definitely want to try out the cookies!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog


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