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Cinnamon Chocolate Peanut Butter

What you need: 

1/2 cup natural crunchy peanut butter
1/4 cup plain soymilk
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
3 tablespoons raw sugar
1 tablespoon canola oil
2 tablespoons vegan chocolate syrup
pinch of salt

What you do: 

Stir the soymilk into the peanut butter (the warmer each is, the quicker it will stir in).
Add the cinnamon, sugar, canola oil, and chocolate syrup, and stir well.
If you find it too runny, you can add more peanut butter.
You only need to add salt if your peanut butter is unsalted. Just taste-test and see if you like it.
Store in a glass jar with a lid, and store in the fridge. I'm not sure how long this would keep, but it's tasty and versatile so it will probably not last long anyway.
This is meant for putting on toast (or licking straight off the spoon), but I'd like to hear if people come up with other creative applications.
I made this because when I was younger I ate a lot of Nutella, and since then I'm craving the nut-chocolate combination. I love the crunch of the peanuts and the sugar crystals in this! I'm sure this would taste wonderful with hazelnut butter instead of peanut butter, but it's more expensive and not always readily available.
Don't eat too much at a time! It's very sweet and might give you a headache ;)

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
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This would be great over diced apples with coconut  sprinkled on top :}



I didnt have chocolate syrup so i used chocolate silk. Its delicious I just dont know what to put it on!


I love it, amazing I just added a lil bit of vanilla, AMAZING! but too sweet so make sure you dont eat too much :)
other than that, it was great.


I bet this would be really good drizzled over my morning oatmeal (with bananas, of course!).  The vegan chocolate syrup I have is already really sweet, so I want to try making this without the sugar and see how it is.  Can't wait to try it!


This is really good! Very easy to make and wonderful to satisfy spontaneous sweet cravings. I was gonna take a picture, but I can't find the camera. I put mine on some toasted cinnamon-raisin bread...very good!


I made this late at night (2am) to eat the next day...but I ended up eating most of it right then and there!  it's great with teddy grahams (especially the organic ones from meijer) or straight from the spoon, which is what I resorted to in the end. :)  it's addicting!!!

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