This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PB2 Foods. All opinions are entirely my own.
Chicken Burger with spicy peanut butter slaw was amazing. Not only are these simple to prepare, but after grilling or cooking, you can keep the patties in the fridge for days.
So, they are perfect for meal prep if you are doing it. All you got to do is heat and eat.
Now, if you are doing low carb, there is a simple solution for that too. You can use almond flour instead of panko breadcrumbs and enjoy these protein-packed chicken patties even if you are doing low carb diet.
I partnered with PB2 Foods to create recipes using their products.
This time I used their new PB2 Crunchy Powdered Peanut Butter, which is peanut butter reimagined!
Freshly roasted peanuts are pressed to remove most of the oil.
Mix in some roasted peanut pieces, a little sugar, and a dash of salt for flavor, and the result is peanut butter with only 2.5 g of fat per serving – almost 70% fewer calories than traditional peanut butter and 5 g of plant-based protein.
Anyhow, my family and I enjoyed these Asian-inspired burgers with spicy slaw.
If you like me and love Asian flavors, then these burgers are for you.
You could serve patties in the bun, on the salad, or use lettuce to wrap them up, which is perfect for the low-carb option.
Also, the addition of PB2 Crunchy Powdered Peanut Butter in both burger patties and slaw was perfect. It gives you something extra so you could enjoy every bite.
With that being said, I feel like using any other condiment was not necessary. I used mayo, and it was great. However, we have tried skipping slaw and used BBQ sauce and cheese. We had divided opinions on this one.
Three of us preferred using slaw in the burger. It was a perfect balance of sweet and spicy, which was incredible.
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The other two chose a more traditional way just by adding cheese and BBQ sauce. I feel like both ways were delicious; it is just a matter of your personal preference.