Konnichiwa Peanut Butterer

Peanut & Chocolate Butter

Combining Whittaker's Creamy Milk and Dark Ghana Chocolate with our Hi Oleic crunchy peanuts, Pic's Peanut & Chocolate Butter was like a peanut slab in a jar. Delightful. 

Unfortunately this wonderful spread is no longer available in New Zealand, having its final run in February 2022. Of course once part of the family, always part of the family. Peanut & Chocolate Butter lives on in our hearts!

The background (How we made it)

Pic doesn’t eat chocolate. But everyone else here at Peanut Butter World does; which means statistically 98% of the company wanted chocolate peanut butter.

So he let us make one.

We stole Pic’s original idea for his first roaster too. Our crunchy mix of peanuts and Whittaker’s chocolate was tossed together in a concrete mixer before heading into the peanut butter grinder, for a one squish session.

NZ's favourite chocolate and our world-famous freshly roasted crunchy peanuts. Pic didn’t sign it off. But we did.

Your Really Good Peanut Butter Makers.


Ingredients: Peanuts (76%), Whittaker’s Creamy Milk & Dark Chocolate (20%) (Cocoa Solids 8% (Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter)), Sugar, Milk Powder, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Vanilla Flavour, Peanut Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Salt

Contains: Peanuts, Milk, Soy

May contain: Tree Nuts, Sesame



Once you think of Pic's Peanut & Chocolate Butter as an ingredient, a dip, a sauce... you've opened your mind up to a world of wonderous chocolatey things

  • Add it to a platter as a dip for fruit and vege
  • Blend it in a smoothie
  • Jazz up the sponge cake and use it as an icing
  • Bake muffins, brownies, cakes, the list goes on! 

Check out our recipes for more delish inspiration and if you find a peanut butter recipe, be adventurous and switch it out for our chocolate one!


Spreads Website spotlight 5

Peanut Hot Chocolate

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Double chocolate peanut butter brownies

2 v4

Vanilla Waffles with Peanut & Chocolate Butter


Pic's Peanut & Chocolate Butter tips

  • This is a natural product and might separate over time. Never fear! It’s just the white cocoa butter cooling down, solidifying, and then rising to the surface to say hello. Warm it back up on hot toast or simply give it a good stir.
  • Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
Copy of Made with cocoa butter never palm oil stir me up.