From tasty candies to specially designed scrapers.

By Bridget Hallinan
Updated February 19, 2020
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Creamy and sweet-savory, peanut butter is one of life’s simple pleasures—and if you know someone who loves it just as much as we do, there are plenty of tools and treats available that would make great gifts. Think scrapers specially designed to get every last bit of peanut butter out of the jar, mixers to combat separation, and of course, peanut butter and chocolate candies. Read on to find out where you can get them. (And maybe keep a few for yourself, too.)

Peanut Butter Gift Box

Courtesy of Mouth.com

Granola! Peanut butter puffs! Peanut butter pretzels! Mouth’s “Peanut Butter Fix” gift box is packed with six different snacks to satisfy your cravings.

The Peanut Butter Fix, $63 at mouth.com

Peanut Butter Sampler

Courtesy of UncommonGoods

Some people are peanut butter purists; however, if you’re willing to branch out a little bit, this sampler is a good place to start. It includes six different flavors: Happy Trails Mix, Dream Big, So Happy Together, Go Lucky, Joy to the World, and Don’t Worry.

Peanut Butter Sampler, $40 at uncommongoods.com

Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Malt Balls

Courtesy of Sugarfina

Think of these candies as similar to Whoppers, but with the addition of peanut butter.

Peanut Butter Milkshake, $8 at sugarfina.com

Peanut Butter Patties

Courtesy of See's Candies

See’s takes old fashioned peanut butter and swathes it in milk chocolate for an indulgent treat. Each box includes one pound of candy, so you’ll have plenty to snack on, too.

Peanut Butter Pattie, $27.50 at sees.com

Peanut Butter Mixer

Courtesy of Stonewall Kitchen

If you keep natural peanut butter in your fridge (whether storebought or homemade), this mixer will help you re-combine the ingredients whenever they separate. Just attach it to the top of a jar like you would a lid, and turn the handle.

Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Mixer, $14 at stonewallkitchen.com

The PBspoon 

Courtesy of UncommonGoods

Anyone who regularly eats peanut butter knows the frustration of trying to scrape clean the jar—inevitably, a little bit ends up wasted. That’s where the PBspoon comes in. It’s a cross between a spoon and a spatula, designed with a pointed tip to get into “hard-to-reach ridges,” a flat edge for scraping, an angled back for spreading, and, a rounded part so you can scoop it right into your mouth.

Peanut Butter Spoon, $12 at uncommongoods.com

Scoop and Spread

Courtesy of Crate & Barrel

In a similar vein to the PBspoon, this tool has a spreader on one end and a flexible silicone scoop on the other, ideal for spreads like peanut butter. As an added bonus, it’s heat-resistant, so you can use it in hot pots and pans, too.

Tovolo Multipurpose Scoop and Spread, $10 at amazon.com or crateandbarrel.com

Baking Sheet

Courtesy of Amazon

To make your own peanut butter, grab a cookie sheet and roast the nuts in the oven. This particular model was our favorite out of several that we tested.

Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Commercial Baker's Half Sheet, $18 at amazon.com

Food Processor

Courtesy of Amazon

Once the nuts are roasted, throw them in a food processor or high-speed blender. If you’re going with the former, this was the best-reviewed model we found on Amazon.

Hamilton Beach 8-Cup Compact Food Processor, $40 at amazon.com

Mini Muffin Cups

Courtesy of Food52

Don’t be put off by the “muffin” component of these cups—you can also use them to make your own bite-sized peanut butter cups. It’ll save you a trip to the store.

De Buyer Silicone Mini Muffin Cups, $29 at food52.com

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