Peanut Butter Bread Recipe

A super easy Peanut Butter Bread recipe, perfect for breakfast or as snack.

The blender in our home gets quite a workout. On a regular basis it spins away creating smoothies, sauces or salsa, but last week I used it to blend together a batter for Peanut Butter Bread. Yes, bread. Peanut Butter Bread. Oh my word.

It was a recipe I found in the new blender cookbook. I just had to give it a try. The recipe basically jumped off the page and said “You’ve gotta give me a try. Like now.” So I did. But cake or bread batter in a blender? Could it be as easy as a few whirls, with simple cleanup of one container?

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Yep. It was.

The Peanut Butter Bread recipe turned out mighty fine. It’s the perfect breakfast bread, toasted a bit and topped with some jelly perhaps? You should definitely give it a whirl soon. I know the smoothies will have to share the blender time now that I’ve discovered the ease of preparing batters with a blender.

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We’ve been spoiled with owning a fantastic Blendtec blender for about 3 years now. As I have mentioned before, our blender has been a workhorse in our kitchen. It would be sad to not have one to whip up smoothies, salsas, dips and soup bases, not to mention milkshakes. Milkshakes!!! I need a milkshake.

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But first the Peanut Butter Bread. Pass the jelly, will ya?

I hope you enjoy this easy bread recipe, and as always, thank you for stopping by!


Now, for that recipe …

4.6 from 13 reviews
Peanut Butter Bread Recipe
A super simple bread perfect for breakfast.
  • 1 cup fat-free milk
  • 2 large eggs
  • 2⁄3 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 teaspooon kosher salt
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 1 3⁄4 cups all-purpose flour
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Add milk, eggs, sugar, and peanut butter to blender jar. Secure lid and select "Batters." Ingredients will mix until blended smooth.
  3. Add remaining ingredients and secure lid. Press "Pulse" 4–6 times or until flour is incorporated.
  4. Pour batter into greased 9-x-5-inch loaf pan. Bake for 50 minutes or until wooden toothpick inserted comes out clean.
Recipe from Blendtec.

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(Blendtec supplied me with a blender. I was not compensated in any other way, and as always, all opinions are my own.)


  1. 2

    Liz S. says

    The first thing I would blend up would be a delicious mix of ingredients for a smoothie (almond milk, frozen fruits, almond butter, some protein powder).

  2. 6


    This peanut butter bread may be the first thing I make in it. I am very intrigued by it. Can’t believe I haven’t heard of this before considering how often I put peanut butter on top of bread. The ingredients are super simple too!

  3. 12

    Jackie says

    The first thing I would blend up would be a fruit smoothie with peaches and raspberries. I like to add a little vanilla also!!!

  4. 13


    Oh, my daddy is gonna love you for this! Wow.

    The first thing I would blend would be my go to smoothie. No one else in the house likes it so it would be all for me. ;)

  5. 27

    Jessica L. says

    You can make hummus in that thing?!? I’d definitely be trying that first!

  6. 32

    Amy says

    First thing I would make would be a strawberry banana smoothie… even though it’s starting to get cold out. They are still my favorite!

  7. 49

    Irene Rau says

    I would make some coconut milk ice cream with strawberries or raspberries. Yum!

  8. 53

    Suzanne says

    the first thing I’d make is this delicious peanut butter bread of course! yummmmmm! i am hale way through a 21 way cleanse and learning all about clean eating. I would use this blender to make the soup recipes in the book. oh the possibilities!!!

  9. 58

    TaraO says

    First things I’d make in my new Blendtec (fingers crossed!) would be smoothies and salad dressings.

  10. 61

    Michelle D says

    If I win, the first thing I would make is this bread, it looks really good and easy!

  11. 66


    Our blender gets a huge workout these days too since I make smoothies for breakfast and snacks for both me AND my little guy – I think ours may be winding down. So besides OBVIOUSLY making this peanut butter bread, I’m thinking a ton of healthy smoothies and creamy veggie soups to help us get through the winter ;)

  12. 68

    Johnnie Barton says

    I would love to win this blender. I have been looking at purchasing a new blender and this would be the one I would love to have. I liked on FB, followed on Twitter, pinned on Pinterest as requested. I hope to be the lucky winner.

  13. 69

    Christina says

    I’d make either a smoothie if I am behaving or a milkshake if I’m not!

  14. 72

    Jennifer K says

    I would make some yummy Cream of Broccoli soup! Fall makes me crave soup!

  15. 89

    Lauren says

    I would blend up a green smoothie with almond butter, spinach, flax, cinnamon and almond milk. Mmm

  16. 106

    Kindra says

    The first thing I would make would be a smoothie for the whole family. Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

  17. 107

    alyssa p says

    My boys LOVE smoothies, so I have a feeling that might be the first thing in. But I am very intrigued by this bread in a blender concept, so that would probably happen on day 1 too!

  18. 113

    Kristen says

    I want one! And the first thing I would try is this peanut butter bread!! Sounds awesome!

  19. 120

    Emily S. says

    I would go for a creamy chocolate peanut butter milkshake. Or some hummus. Let’s be honest- probably both!

  20. 122

    Melyssa says

    I would make a smoothie! Straight away! (And then probably the peanut butter bread to appease my husband. :) )

  21. 127

    Tammy scoffield says

    I would first jump up and down. Lots of times Then. I would make the peanut butter bread. I would toast I and then put butter and orange honey all over it yum yum
    I pined it

  22. 133

    candice says

    I would make fresh tomato juice to can. When you use a blender for tomato juice, it is much thicker than with a food mill or colander or juicer specifically made for juicing. You basically do not have but a very small amount of waste yielding a much meatier juice and healthier also because the skins of the tomatoes are pulverized and the skins have so many nutrients in them. Oh by the way great recipe! Thanks. I am a peanut butter fanatic. I eat it everyday.

  23. 134

    kat says

    On my word! Dream come true! I would kill for one, but didn’t put one on my wedding registry because of the embarrassing price, haha. Maybe that’s ALL I should’ve put on my registry :) Anyway, the first thing I’d make is the AMAZING vegan cashew queso. It’s so so good and a total lifesaver since becoming dairy free. But my blender makes it grainy :( Please, help me have creamy, yummy queso :)

  24. 137

    sarah says

    First thing I would make is some mashed cauliflower! Love the taste and it substitutes well for mashed potatoes!

  25. 138

    Norman says

    I like blendtec blender on facebook! The videos they post on YouTube are awesome!

  26. 139

    Debbie Z. says

    Oh, definitely fruit smoothies. There is a good possibility that the smoothie maker I have is going to deafen me- have to wear ear plugs to use the thing and it takes forever to blend things up. This Blendtec would be so wonderful!

  27. 152

    joy says

    I’m mix me up some Peanut Butter Bread. I don’t think my little blender wanna be would be able to do the job.

  28. 158

    Leslie Waters says

    If I was blessed to win the blendtec, I would try that peanut butter bread- it looks delicious! I would also make some tasty green smoothies and try to eat better… Oh and some hummus too. :) many options! Yum!

  29. 181

    Lindsay says

    What wouldn’t I make in this??? Possibilities are endless!!! Pinned, and follow on twitter!

  30. 198

    Carley B says

    I pinned this delish recipe to my Dangerous Desserts board on pinterest!!! I have an old Ninja and the blades are getting dull, I would love to try a new brand !

  31. 199

    genevieve says

    I would make paleo/vegan frappucinos! coffee and frozen coconut milk- YUM!

  32. 203


    The first thing I would make would definitely be this! !! I mean I’m a huge pb lover and bread lover!

  33. 222

    CHERYL says

    The first thing I would make with my new blender would be this delicious looking bread.

  34. 228

    Rebekah B says

    I pinned the photo and link of the Blendtec Blender Giveaway on Pinterest!

  35. 229

    lynn gingras says

    I would make this recipe, although I will be giving it a try in my old school blender…sounds and looks amazing!! Thanks for sharing :)

  36. 241

    Alexandra says

    I would whip up a pumpkin smoothie in a heartbeat! And I would make peanut butter bread batter, too!

  37. 242

    Heather says

    I would definitely make some great smoothies with this Blendtec first thing!

  38. 248

    Penny Lloyd says

    If I won the Blendtec Blender, the first thing I would make is Butternut Squash Soup.

  39. 249

    Katie L says

    Probably a smoothie, I have one almost every day. But ibdefinitely want to try my hand at this bread too.

  40. 256

    Mandy Shannon says

    I would definitely make this Peanut Butter bread first. My husband is insanely in love with anything Peanut Butter, and I try try try to keep new recipes in the Peanut Butter lineup

  41. 269

    Laura says

    The first thing I would blend would be a healthy smoothie or perhaps crepe batter. YUM!!

  42. 271

    rita j says

    #Blendtec Blender #Giveaway pinned! Will be making many loaves of this! Thanks!

  43. 278

    Katie D says

    The first recipe I would try is this bread for my hubby! I think he would love it for breakfast. I might have to try it in my big old mixer anyway!

  44. 280


    I’d make hummus – I miss port wine cheese and think there should be a hummus version but have no idea how so id keep trying

  45. 281

    Juli V says

    Wow, thanks for the giveaway! First thing I would make would be a chocolate milkshake. Yum!

  46. 289

    Erin says

    I would make pesto first, if I got it in time for the last of the good garden basil. If the basil is all gone by then, I’m make a super healthy yummy smoothie for my kids! Yum! So hard to decide, though

  47. 296

    Sara Hilliard says

    I would make pumpkin pie!

    Or a peanut butter and banana smoothie!

    Or apple pinchie pies! :)

  48. 297

    Darla says

    I would make an amazing blueberry smoothie with lemon zest and greek yogurt!! YUM!!!

  49. 298

    Rhonda says

    I would probably make either a shake or smoothie first keeping it simple, then on to so much more like margaritas, hummus, pesto, this wonderful peanut butter bread recipe….

  50. 300

    Rhonda says

    Pinned the blender image on Pinterest with #Blendtec Blender #Giveaway in the description

  51. 309

    Joanne Kundra says

    If I won a Blendtec blender, I would make a protein shake because I need to start eating healthier.

  52. 314

    Amanda Bower says

    The First thing I would make is a homemade blueberry muffin batter. Mmm

  53. 318

    France says

    If I win, the first thing I’ll blend would probably be this recipe. This looks too yummy.

  54. 326

    Michele H says

    The first thing I would blend up if I won a blendtec would be a back of this bread or smoothies for my family! :) this blender is a dream of mine!

  55. 328


    This is so cool! The first thing I’d make is probably this recipe. My husband is a peanut butter lover and would love it!

  56. 333

    Amy says

    The very first thing I would make with my new blentec would have to be this peanut butter bread! I was checking out the recipe when I saw it was made in a blender, shocking, but intelligent! I liked on Pinterest and will share! :)

  57. 354

    Theresa says

    I would want to try the peanut butter bread recipe. My kids would probably want milkshakes.

  58. 358

    Shannon says

    I would make this recipe with a few substitutions due to some allergies in our house. Looks delish!!

  59. 378

    Kristen P. says

    The first thing I would make would be this peanut butter bread! It looks so yummy, and I know that my family would love it!!

  60. 379

    Becky says

    I would make almond flour, and homemade Lara bars, and that delicious looking peanutbutter bread!

  61. 382

    Rae says

    The first thing I’d make would be some Acorn Squash Soup.

    I’m assuming the recipe calls for 1 3/4 cups flour, but it looks like 13/4 cup?

  62. 397

    Stephanie R says

    I would use the Blendtec to purée my Butternut Squash Soup with Chipotle Cream. Feeling hungry!!

  63. 403

    lindsy says

    Oh my the possibilities are endless on what i would make….this recipe, cake batter, bread dough!! YUMMO!

  64. 414

    Donna says

    The first thing I would make is this delicious looking peanut butter bread!!!

  65. 420

    Rachel Pairolero says

    If my husband got his hands on it first, a milkshake would be the first thing tried, otherwise smoothies!

  66. 430

    Mary Lenti says

    I want to start making smoothies! I completed all the above steps except #3!

  67. 452

    Abby says

    Oh, I think the first thing I would have to blend up is this peanut butter bread. Yum!

  68. 491

    Lisa Roach says

    I would blend up that peanut butter bread!! Looks sooo yummy! we make a lot of smoothies in our house, so that blender would be used a lot!!

  69. 502

    Kim Oldenburgh says

    Definitely would be blending up that awesome looking peanut butter bread. I LOVE peanut butter!

  70. 514

    Nonniemom says

    I bet I could also make some yummy almond butter bread in it too! Mmmmm….. :-) Thanks for the chance to win.

  71. 520

    Nikki says

    The first thing I would make is some awesome peanut butter to make this bread!!!

  72. 524

    Stephanie H says

    I would make smoothies with a new Blendtec blender – the blender I have now isn’t cutting it!

  73. 542

    Christina Hoffman says

    So many wonderful things I could make with this blender – a yummy, healthy green smoothie, homemade almond butter, pancakes…can’t wait to try!

  74. 550

    Deb says

    Smoothie. I love smoothies but our current blender is kind of subpar, making it more like a “chunkie” than a smoothie.

  75. 551

    Jennifer Medina says

    The first thing I would make is an awesome smoothie, followed by some soup :)

  76. 556

    F Kane says

    I’ve pinned the blender image on Pinterest with #Blendtec Blender #Giveaway in the description! Thks!

  77. 560

    terri says

    Well, the first thing I want to make with this blender is the p-nut butter bread!! Sounds great!

  78. 566


    the first thing i would make would be a super smoothie… the second thing would be gluten free cupcakes with coconut cream frosting!!
    Cathy B*****y palmbreezelife at yahoodotcom

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    Karen says

    I would love to try to make homemade peanut butter in one of those fancy blenders! Also, I’d like to understand why everyone seems to be making smoothies all the time. Maybe if I had a blender like that I’d make smoothies all the time too and understand the trend!

  80. 572

    Karen says

    And aside from smoothies and peanut butter, I follow on Twitter too! (@SnurpsNotSmurfs)

  81. 573

    Kathy Schlemmer says

    I would try one of my new Pinterest cake mix recipes, to make a birthday cake for my 16year old grandson.

  82. 588

    Jennifer says

    I have been dying to try the Blendtec. My first recipe would be my kale shake. They come out so chunky in my regular kitchenaid.

  83. 591

    Valarie P S says

    I would totally make the Peanut Butter Bread! You made it sound so easy and it looks delicious in your pictures.

  84. 596


    The first thing I’d make if I won the blender is this incredible-sounding peanut butter bread . . . to go with my homemade strawberry jam!

  85. 597

    annaclarice says

    I’d blend me up some delicious Swedish pancakes to have with my new jar of lingonberry jam.

  86. 602

    Renee Kern says

    I would make this bread, then some smoothies, my daughter loves smoothies!

  87. 605

    Michelle Fox says

    I would try one of the many yellow pea protein smoothie recipes I have.

  88. 606

    Candy Newby says

    The FIRST thing I would make would be the amazing-looking peanut butter bread from this post! My blender died after making a move across the country and it looks like this would be the perfect replacement. =)

    • 609


      Hey Rachael,

      Yes! It’s 1 3/4 cups.

      I’m glad you asked. I just added an extra space to clear up any confusion. Happy baking!

  89. 610

    C Woods says

    This bread was very yummy. Just the right amount if sweetness. I really enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing!

    • 611


      Hello C,

      I’m so glad you enjoyed it. It’s the perfect amount of sweetness for breakfast (and to still be able to add some jelly without it getting too sweet).

      • 612

        C Woods says

        I will try tomorrow with a little cinnamon & honey. I posted to my Pinterest for safekeeping ;) I will be making again.

    • 615

      Shisha Alisha says

      It’s got a crust like bread but it’s soft like cake inside. Not too sweet like a dessert would be but a good breakfast bread. Holds up to being cut with a knife.

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    Shisha Alisha says

    Mine just came out of the oven! It rose high and is gorgeous! The house smells wonderful! The bread is moist and tastes great with butter, jelly, AND Nutella! I have to say though, I’m jealous of your blender! I did everything as you said but as soon as I started to add the flour, it got too thick and stopped blending. I had to finish by hand. If I had it to do again, I’d mix all but the flour and pour into a bowl to finish mixing with the flour. I also cooked mine for a solid hour to get the center done Thank you! :)

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