Peanut Hottie

I love a hot drink before bed or first thing in the morning. I usually stick to tea or hot chocolate but I've recently discovered Peanut Hottie.


I love peanut butter. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are my favourite chocolate treat ever so I knew Peanut Hottie would be right up my street. We received a tub of the original Peanut Hottie and the Peanut Hottie with Chocolate to try out.


The Peanut Hottie range is made with real peanuts and it's suitable for vegetarians. It's caffeine-free too (minus the amount present in the cocoa of the chocolate variety) so it's perfect for drinking before bed.

All you need to do is add boiling water to 3 or 4 scoops of Peanut Hottie, depending on how you'd like it and it's ready to drink. On first try, I did think, "Wow, this is odd!" but not in a bad way. It is just a new taste. It really does taste like hot, watered down peanut butter - delicious! The chocolate version has a kick of chocolate flavour and it is equally as lovely. I absolutely love the concept of Peanut Hottie as it's unlike anything I've seen before. I can see it being very popular with fellow peanut butter lovers!



Peanut Hottie is my new go-to drink for before bed and at only 83 calories per serving, it's nothing to feel guilty about!

The tubs retail at £2.99 each and you can use their handy locator to find a supermarket near you that stocks them.


You can find out more about Peanut Hottie on their website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

(Disclaimer: I received Peanut Hottie for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)


2 comments

  1. Ah this sounds good! I'm also a reese's fan, pretty sure I'd love this too. Sounds quite nice as a post-exercise recovery drink too :)

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  2. This stuff is just the best....I always have a tub of it in the house after I reviewed it. My kids love it too :) x

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