Powdered Peanut Butter
Not since Grow Toys and Sea Monkeys has the simple addition of water created a miracle of Powdered Peanut Butter caliber. Obviously, the 85% reduction in fat and calories renders it more a loose approximation of peanut butter than the thing itself, but health-conscious consumers who have put so much hummus on their gluten-free toast that they're starting to sweat garbanzo beans will fall to their knees in praise of the gods of molecular gastronomy. Add as is to smoothies, yogurt, oatmeal, or joints for an intense peanut butter explosion, or take advantage of the powder's DIY reconstitution capabilities and create a paste for sandwiches, or sauce for stir fries and 150-calorie Arctic Zero. Not recommended: Spilling it on the floor and using a wet paper towel to clean it up; eating half the jar by the spoonful and not being able to use the bathroom for 3 days; calling it "fairy dust" and sprinkling on people with nut allergies.
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