I cannot remember a time when I didn’t love a peanut butter sandwich. Some of my earliest food memories involve making my own peanut butter and chocolate sprinkle sandwich after school. (Warm it for 10 seconds in the microwave – trust me on this.) These days, I’m still a big-time peanut butter sandwich lover and usually enjoy my PB with fresh sliced bananas, or even savory with some pickled vegetables, torn basil and a sprinkle of sriracha. But there’s really nothing more nostalgic and tastier to me than a peanut butter sandwich made with homemade jam or jelly.
Of the many ways millennials use Alexa skills, recipes for meal prep are one of the leading uses. To ensure peanut butter is at the forefront of the conversation, we developed a peanutty Alexa skill, just in time for the biggest day of the year for Amazon fans, Prime Day.
From peanut butter ales to peanut whiskey, incorporating peanuts into adult beverages has become all the rage. It’s clear that peanut lovers are craving new ways to enjoy their favorite snack, and we wanted to get involved with this latest trend on @PeanutsHere. Just in time for summer, we partnered with seven influential mixologists and bartenders to create peanut-based cocktail recipes that are both deliciously peanutty and go perfectly with peanut foods.
Kids love the great taste of peanut butter, and school nutrition professionals love the protein and other key nutrients of this American staple. Some schools, however, struggle with managing peanut products due to concerns about food allergies. Others are unsure of how to use peanut butter as an ingredient in meals beyond the typical PB&J. We sat down with two experts in K-12 school nutrition to get their insights on the importance of peanut butter in nutrition programs, advice on managing food allergies, and culinary tips to elevate school meals with peanut butter.
Crazy Richard’s Peanut Butter Co., partnering with the National Peanut Board, recently launched an entirely new category in the freezer section of the grocery store with the introduction of Wholly Rollies frozen protein balls.
Introducing new foods into your baby’s diet is exciting and consistent research is showing that adding peanut products as early as 4-6 months can help reduce their risk of developing a peanut allergy later on in life.
Have fun introducing your little one to peanut butter by adding it to easy recipes that the whole family will love.
Just when you thought there was nothing about a jar of peanut butter that could be improved, Andy Scherer of Southern California has invented the peanut butter pump.
Raising three children as a single dad, Scherer remembers the challenges of getting kids ready, lunches made and out the door every day. “When my kids were younger, I thought ‘Wouldn’t it be great if there was pump to make their peanut butter sandwiches easier and faster?’” Scherer is a self-proclaimed tinkerer and kept a running list of inventions he wanted to work on when he retired from his financial services career. The extra time came around more quickly when he was unexpectantly laid off. But he jumped right into pursuing the item at the top of his inventions list: the peanut butter pump.
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