My Favorite Way to Eat a VitaTop!

by DanicasDaily on May 12, 2009

I decided this morning that after being around so many VitaTops at The View From The Bay and The Hungry-Girl Book Signing, I definitley needed to trade in my morning snack of an apple with pb for a 100 Calorie VitaTop treat!

My absolute favorite way to enjoy a VitaTop is to pop it in the toaster and while it gets all toasty and melty, I heat 1 Tbsp of TJ’s Organic Crunchy Peanut Butter up in the microwave for 10 seconds. When the VitaTop pops up, smear the PB on and you get this fabulous 3 point treat!


Today’s VitaTop was a Triple Chocolate Chunk (3 types of chocolate = LOVE!). Just look at all that melty goodness…..Yum!


You can actually get MORE Peanut Butter for LESS points if you mix up a batch of PB2. I tried PB2 about two years ago and it isn’t bad. They take the fat out of the peanuts before drying them and turning it into a powder. My favorite use for it is to use it in smoothies. It reminds me of dry roasted peanuts, but, here is the kicker – you get 2 TBSP for 2 PTs version 1 TBSP of the real deal. For me, peanut butter is just one of the things I don’t mind spending the extra points on, but, I have alot of friends who love it. You can check out PB2 by clicking HERE. If you order it online, the minimum order is 4 jars – find some friends and share – it’s definitley worth the try.

Coming up next…Farmer’s Market Finds and my fabulous vegetarian lunch!

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