Rohnda’s Peanut Butter Whip
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Ahhh….if I had a dollar for every time I relied on this delicious, THM peanut butter whip to carry me through cravings on THM, I'd have a lot of dollars! This recipe is a Trim Healthy Mama classic (and a staple in my house!).
This recipe was created by Rohnda, a long-time THM blogger and creator of delicious recipes. I'm so, so thankful for Rohnda's generosity in allowing me to share this THM peanut butter whip recipe with you! Rohnda works for THM and is shutting down her website, so she graciously allowed some of us fellow-bloggers to share her recipes so they don't disappear from the internet forever.
This is quick, convenient, and delicious – a must-try! And thanks again to Rohnda for letting me share this fantastic recipe and your beautiful photos!
- ¼ cup heavy whipping cream
- 1 doonk pure stevia extract powder
- ½ teaspoon vanilla
- 2 Tablespoons peanut butter
- 85% dark chocolate or THM's Skinny Chocolate
- Pour ¼ cup of heavy whipping cream into a bowl.
- Add 1 doonk pure stevia extract and ½ teaspoon vanilla and whip with a mixer until thick
- Add 2 Tablespoons peanut butter and whip for a few minutes until incorporated.
- Pour into a dish and top with peanuts and finely chopped chocolate
If you like this single-serve THM Peanut Butter Whip recipe, you should try:
Single Serve Low-Carb Chocolate Chip Cookie (S)
Single Serve Brownie Batter in a Mug (S)
Thank you for sharing this recipe. What is a “doonk” of pure stevia extract powder?
Hi Jill! It’s a term used by the authors of the Trim Healthy Mama books – basically a pinch. If you buy their brand of stevia they have a small “doonk” spoon in each package. I hope that helps!
Is there a replacement amount that would work with gentle sweet? Im not used to the stevia yet and find it has too much of an aftertaste for me, but I’ve had good luck with gentle sweet.
Hi Sarah! You could try to convert it to another sweetener using this conversion chart: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/84724036717820231/
This looks delicious! But, I don’t have a stand mixer. Could this be done with a hand held? Or maybe done with a whisk?
It should work fine with a hand-held mixer!
Has anyone made a larger batch to keep in the fridge for the next night? Would that work?