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anyone ever use watkins peanut butter extract. i specify in case there's a difference in potency between brands. i've read some very mixed results about it, so i'm hesitant to go full throttle w/ it &
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posted at 4/23/2013 11:41 AM EDT
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anyone ever use watkins peanut butter extract. i specify in case there's a difference in potency between brands. i've read some very mixed results about it, so i'm hesitant to go full throttle w/ it & potentially end up w/ an inedible cake. i was figuring i could probably use it in approximately equal amounts to vanilla extract,but wanted to find another opinion on this calcualtion. every time i type in peanut butter extract in a search field it results in peanut butter & vanilla extract being listed in the recipe ingredients, so i'm trying this route

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posted at 4/23/2013 11:45 AM EDT
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Dave - could I ask where you live?  I've never seen or even heard of peanut butter extract before.

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posted at 4/23/2013 5:32 PM EDT
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I know watkins has lots of odd flavored extracts, but never heard of peanutbutter.  If I were making a cake and wanted peanut butter flavor, I'd find a recipe that used peanut butter and forget the extract.

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posted at 4/23/2013 7:43 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: peanut butter extract meaasurement:
Dave - could I ask where you live?  I've never seen or even heard of peanut butter extract before.
Posted by Nancy G


nancy,
although walmart carries Watkins vanilla  and a few other flavors
it's main product line is sold through distributors       kind of like avon products
they have much more in their line 
to check it out
 

www.JRWatkins.com


can see   what they have   and get name of a dealer near you

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posted at 4/23/2013 8:06 PM EDT
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Oh, my goodness Nellie --- peanut butter extract!!
http://www.jrwatkins.com/jrwatkins/productdetail.cfm?Store=3BAE0D90-00AE-630B-8F328117E7CDA7C8&Product=233322A4-AC57-EBBF-CA4424E079B33187&Country=Usa

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posted at 4/23/2013 8:38 PM EDT
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Watkins Peanut Butter Extract is high in flavoring content; full, long-lasting flavor and strength. Peanut butter flavor is awesome in SoyNilla®, peanut butter cookies, hot chocolate, chocolate and other frostings, whipped topping, stir-fry, Asian sauces.

Ingredients:

Water, propylene glycol, natural and artificial flavor, (contains peanut oil). Does not contain distilled white vinegar, and to the best of our knowledge, is free of gluten and/or gluten derivatives.

These fat-free liquid flavorings are economical to use and add a full, rich flavor to a variety of foods—not just baked goods. They’re concentrated, trueto-life, and all backed by the same expertise that’s made Watkins Vanilla the choice of generations.
Convenient: The easy way to add some of your favorite flavors.
Concentrated: Economical; a little goes a long way.

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posted at 4/23/2013 11:20 PM EDT
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GRANA here;
 PB extract?; never heard of it before but it might  be helpful  when baking for people w/ nut allegies?; check it out  first; I'm thinking of a PB  cake  w/ chocolate morsels baked in a BUNDT   PAN; baked according to  original recipe for  a bundt cake Smile Or in mini muffin pans( by TBS for each mini cup) @ 400' F for 12-15 minutes  till done to light touch in center of each cup ; cool 2-3 minutes before removing Smile

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posted at 4/24/2013 7:24 AM EDT
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 we made the peanut butter cake and it was easy to make.

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posted at 4/24/2013 7:40 AM EDT
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I never heard of peanut butter extract before.

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posted at 4/24/2013 9:24 AM EDT
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In Response to peanut butter extract meaasurement:
anyone ever use watkins peanut butter extract. i specify in case there's a difference in potency between brands. i've read some very mixed results about it, so i'm hesitant to go full throttle w/ it & potentially end up w/ an inedible cake. i was figuring i could probably use it in approximately equal amounts to vanilla extract,but wanted to find another opinion on this calcualtion. every time i type in peanut butter extract in a search field it results in peanut butter & vanilla extract being listed in the recipe ingredients, so i'm trying this route
Posted by dave t


i'm sorry dave that I didn't welcome you to our forum          you can come back anytime

also  on the watkin's site they have many recipes  that might help you clarify the amt you need to use

I guess the idea of peanut butter extract distracted us from trying to answer your question

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posted at 4/24/2013 9:38 AM EDT
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I responded to this yesterday but I have no idea where the post went....
My suggestion to try to determine how strong the flavor is would be to place 1 teaspoon full of vanilla extract in 4 ounces of milk then place 1 teaspoon full of the peanut butter extract in 4 ounces of milk then try them both.  You would be able to taste how strong the peanut butter extract is compared to a vanilla extract then adjust the flavoring from there. 

And...Welcome to VBB Dave, I do hope you have some recipes to share that will go well with that peanut butter extract.

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posted at 4/24/2013 10:35 AM EDT
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NEVER HEARD OF IT INTERESTING

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posted at 5/2/2013 4:13 PM EDT
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anyone ever use watkins peanut butter extract. i specify in case there's a difference in potency between brands. i've read some very mixed results about it, so i'm hesitant to go full throttle w/ it & potentially end up w/ an inedible cake. i was figuring i could probably use it in approximately equal amounts to vanilla extract,but wanted to find another opinion on this calcualtion. every time i type in peanut butter extract in a search field it results in peanut butter & vanilla extract being listed in the recipe ingredients, so i'm trying this route
Posted by dave t


Hello, Dave T.

Unfortunately, we do not have any available information for you in regards to peanut butter extract. I certainly apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.

-Tiffany

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posted at 5/2/2013 5:09 PM EDT
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Interesting, but then why not, there seems to be an extract for just about everything.  I would think that anyone with a peanut allergy couldn't use this either due to the peanut oil in it.

Thanks to Nellie and Nancy for posting the website info and to Maxine for posting the nutritional info.

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