Peanut Butter and Jelly again?

You can only eat so many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches… right? Here are a couple of different spins on the old PB & J to get you out of the rut.

Instead of trying peanut butter why not try something new like: almond butter, cashew nut butter, or SunButter (sunflower seed spread).

PB & B:  smash organic banana(s) in a bowl and add a pinch of cinnamon.  Once nice and smashed spread on bread with peanut butter.

PB & BB: in a bowl squish a handful or two of organic blueberries, once nice and squished sprinkle some sugar and mix.  Add squished blueberries and natural peanut butter to your favorite bread.

PB & J on rice cakes.  Take your favorite spreads and put them on mini rice cakes. Save the bread for an organic ham sandwich tomorrow.

PB & J’Dilla: Warm up an organic flour tortilla in the microwave or toaster oven.  Spread natural peanut butter all around the warm flour tortilla, which will get nice and gooey- next add a little bit of jelly in the middle of the tortilla fold and pinch ends.  If you would like the PB & J’Dilla hot– On half of the tortilla spread peanut butter next spread jelly on the other half.  In a pan melt a smidge of butter add the tortilla with PB&J.  Once the tortilla warms and becomes slightly golden fold tortilla with spatula and set aside to cool.  (Jelly becomes hot)


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