Peanuts

While we still love the pairing of peanut butter and jelly, peanuts add delicious flavor to all kinds of recipes, including everything from lamb chops to soba noodle salad. Peanuts are technically a bean, belonging to the same family as peas, and have a flavor similar to walnuts and almonds. Peanut-based sauces are often found in Thai cuisine, especially in dishes like pad thai, but Bobby Flay put a chipotle-barbecue spin on peanut sauce for these burgers. And of course, peanuts are a great addition to indulgent desserts, whether in a chocolaty pie or a batch of classic peanut butter cookies. Check out F&W’s guide to peanuts for more sweet and savory recipes.

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11 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter for Dessert on National Peanut Butter Lovers Day

From cookies to pies to Rice Krispie Treats, here are 11 crave-worthy recipes that prove every dessert is better with peanut butter.

Peanut Dipping Sauce

Mark Overbay mixes his coarse, flavor-packed peanut butter into this fragrant Burmese-inspired dip. Slideshow: Recipes with Peanuts

Black-Bottom Peanut Pie

This is chef Marcus Samuelsson’s take on a classic Southern black-bottom pie. He added a peanut-caramel layer on top as an ode to his favorite candy bar, Snickers. “When I was a kid, I would treat myself to a Snickers bar on the way to soccer practice,” he writes in his cookbook Marcus Off Duty. “I don’t eat many candy bars these days, but I still love that combination of flavors.” Slideshow: More Pie and Tart Recipes

Peanuts

These crunchy recipes include kung pao turkey drumsticks and no-bake chocolate-peanut butter cookies.