Peter Pan Creamy Reduced Fat Peanut Spread

by Peter Pan

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Brandon R.
Mission, TX
7 reviews
This peanut better taste amazing, spreads easily and has less fat than most peanut butter. I recommend this to anyone who wants to eat less fat in their diet but still intake a good amount of healthy proteins.
This peanut better taste amazing, spreads easily and has less fat than most peanut butter. I recommend this to anyone who wants to eat less fat in their diet but still intake a good amount of healthy proteins.
connie P.
Logan, OH
Foodie Expert Level 3
307 reviews
Purchased at: Walmart
Peter pan reduced fat peanutbutter is tasty alone,on celery,cookies,in fudge,cakes,pues and many other things.reduced fat to not worry not being to healthy,cause It's jyst as good as regular to me.I Honestly don't see a differnce in the taste of it and regular.
Peter pan reduced fat peanutbutter is tasty alone,on celery,cookies,in fudge,cakes,pues and many other things.reduced fat to not worry not being to healthy,cause It's jyst as good as regular to me.I Honestly don't see a differnce in the taste of it and regular.
Mickala C.
Foodie Expert Level 2
201 reviews
I usually do NOT like peanut butter, but I find this one actually really good. It is also a plus that it is reduced in fats.
I usually do NOT like peanut butter, but I find this one actually really good. It is also a plus that it is reduced in fats.
Kira G.
Philadelphia, PA
Foodie Expert Level 3
24 reviews
I'm pretty sure I've been eating this peanut butter all my life. I prefer more jelly on my sandwich, but just the right amount of peanut butter makes all the difference..
I'm pretty sure I've been eating this peanut butter all my life. I prefer more jelly on my sandwich, but just the right amount of peanut butter makes all the difference..
Amanda L.
Terrell, TX
146 reviews
This peanut butter is good. I prefer the chunky, but creamy will do in a pinch. Peter Pan is one of the "middle grade" peanut butter brands I buy.
This peanut butter is good. I prefer the chunky, but creamy will do in a pinch. Peter Pan is one of the "middle grade" peanut butter brands I buy.
Kara S.
Columbus, OH
34 reviews
Yuck peanut butter does not need all of those extra ingredients!!! Especially partially hydrogenated oils aka Trans fat :(
Yuck peanut butter does not need all of those extra ingredients!!! Especially partially hydrogenated oils aka Trans fat :(
Deborah G.
173 reviews
When I have a craving for peanut butter that isn't all-natural, this is my go-to peanut butter! It tastes great, spreads easily, and it doesn't hurt that the label is cute!
When I have a craving for peanut butter that isn't all-natural, this is my go-to peanut butter! It tastes great, spreads easily, and it doesn't hurt that the label is cute!
Julia D.
Vancouver
94 reviews
We don't have this brand available in Canadian grocery stores, but I like to pick it up as a treat when we visit the States and get groceries we can't find at home. It's sweeter than man of the low fat peanut butters I usually buy, which I love. And the fact that it's lower fat makes it even more enjoyable, knowing I can eat it without all the guilt of full fat versions :)
We don't have this brand available in Canadian grocery stores, but I like to pick it up as a treat when we visit the States and get groceries we can't find at home. It's sweeter than man of the low fat peanut butters I usually buy, which I love. And the fact that it's lower fat makes it even more enjoyable, knowing I can eat it without all the guilt of full fat versions :)
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