National Peanut Board hosted an edible gift exchange this year. Our staff members each found recipes from their family collections or online. Edible gifts make great presents because they are quick and easy to make for the ones you love.
Left-over turkey this season? Our peanut lettuce wraps are easy and fun to prepare–a perfect party dish.
The peanut butter is in the sauce for a tangy, delightful finish to this classic year-round dish.
Ninety-nine percent of people do not have a peanut allergy. Learn more to help keep people with food allergies safe while allowing others to enjoy this tasty and nutritious food.
Whether you’re working late or up early, peanuts and peanut butter provide the energy you need to power through any time.
Peanuts are a naturally delicious and nutritious part of your gluten-free life.
As the average age of America’s farmers continues to rise, what will happen to the future of farming? Young farmers offer views.
We were inspired by the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich to offer a twist on that American favorite–peanut butter and jelly cookies!
This beautiful stuffed French toast recipe is sure to be a hit at your next brunch–or simply for a lazy weekend morning.
Like many natural foods, peanuts grow underground. From tiny seeds to brilliant blooming flowers and sturdy pegs, learn more about the life of a peanut plant.
As the “Father of the Peanut Industry,” Carver developed more than 300 uses for peanuts. Even Franklin D. Roosevelt and Thomas Edison were fans.