The other day I brought former Mrs. Bug-out renter to the store so she could get some groceries. She wanted to go to Wal-Mart and shop there. I don't normally walk up and down the grocery aisles at the store so it was going to be an adventure. I was on grandchild duty, and while Boy and Girl were at Sunday School I had the 3, 4, and 6 year olds with me. The 3 year old in Bug-out's cart and the 4 and 6 year old in mine. They were perfect! (Did I mention that they instantly fell asleep and slept the entire shopping trip?)
As I was perusing the aisles I noticed something I'd never seen in any grocery store. Now that doesn't mean it's not carried everywhere, it's just that I hadn't seen it. Dried, powdered peanut butter. 6 1/2 ounces for under four dollars by Bell Plantation. It said the bottle made 15 servings. I figure it costs about twice the price as if you bought a jar of Skippy or Jif. That's not bad for something that you can store.
I didn't make it into peanut butter yet but I did open the jar and eat 1/2 a teaspoon plain and dry. I liked it. It will be good to throw into shakes, add to pancakes, brownies, or anything else that I'm cooking. Give it a try. If you don't like it you aren't out much money. If you do like it, you can purchase it from food storage companies sealed in cans for really long-term storage or you can buy it in mylar bags or plastic bottles from the store.