Punjabis are known to be die-hard foodies. Whenever you meet a Punjabi, there are certain pre-conceived notions that resurface your brain. They are super-loud, full of life, love peppy music, drinks and food. Whether it’s their heart or their food plate, it always has space for more. Vicky Kaushal is one such Punjabi munda from the Bollywood industry who has won several hearts and broken many too after he got married to Katrina Kaif a while back. The Uri actor has wooed many with his looks and his Punjabi song reels. 

However, this time it is his sweet plate that has caught our eye. Recently, Vicky Kaushal took to his Instagram to share a story of his food plate and it consisted of something sweet. Nothing too fancy or lavish, in fact his dessert seemed to be a pretty basic jugaad. It has a slice of bread with peanut butter slathered onto it along with a bar what looks like dark chocolate. Wondering what we are talking about? Here, take a look. 

Source: Vicky Kaushal/Instagram Stories 

 The super crunchy and smooth peanut butter on a slice of bread seems like a delicious pick for dessert. Do you like peanut butter too? Here are guilt-free peanut butter recipes that you can try. 

1.  Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse 

Some creamy and smooth, you won’t be able to resist this mousse. Paired with a crunchy touch of peanut butter, the chocolate mousse comes packed with the taste of maple syrup, cocoa powder and more. Garnish with some peanuts on top and you are good to go. 

2.  Peanut Butter Creamy Fudge 

If you aren’t much of a kitchen person, you’ll be glad to know that it is a no-cook recipe. Made with organic ingredients like peanut butter, coconut oil and maple syrup, the thick fudge is set in the fridge and eaten chilled. 

3.  Baked Peanut Butter Pie

Crusty and smooth, the peanut butter pie is a heavenly treat for your sweet taste buds. The decadent custard of the pie has a slight crunch of peanut butter which lends the entire dessert a delicious nuttiness. 

4.  Peanut Butter Choco Chip Cookies 

Dunk some choco chips into your peanut butter cookie batter and roll them in small circular shapes. Place them on a baking tray and bake till they turn brown.