If you love peanut butter as much as we do, then you've probably been eating even more of it recently. But wait, don’t throw those jars away because we’ve got some fun ideas for you to reuse them.
After working from home for a while, it’s easy for you and the family to get into a snacking rut and nosh on the same go-tos. A satisfying snack packs in flavor, diverse textures, and good fat, protein and fiber that will keep you going from conference call to home schooling and back again.
People are spending a lot of time in the kitchen these days. No surprise then that we are all searching, sharing and saving recipes on social media now more than ever. That’s why peanut butter is getting a lot of love on the internet with a variety of recipes being shared featuring America’s favorite nutty spread.
In schools around the country, cafeterias work like well-oiled machines. They are often the largest foodservice operator in a community and serve hundreds or thousands of meals in just the span of a few hours every school day. Students stand in orderly lines and select their prepared meals, quickly entering and exiting the cafés newly nourished with the energy to learn.
But what about when school doors unexpectedly close and education goes 100% virtual? During the current pandemic, schools have had to rapidly adjust to help meet the needs of their students.
“Look for the helpers.”
It’s a classic quote from Mr. Rogers that has seen a resurgence during the turmoil caused by COVID-19. While this pandemic is unprecedented, being a helper during crises is not new for peanut farmers. Whether pitching in to rebuild a school after a tornado, harvesting a crop for a neighboring grower who’s fallen ill or donating food to Haiti after the earthquake, USA peanut farmers always feel compelled to help. During this time of uncertainty, peanut growers and the wider industry are doing what they do best—continuing to produce a safe, high-quality food supply, trusting their faith and helping to ensure families in need don’t go hungry.
A Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich is a classic, but there are many more ways to enjoy this American Favorite. National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day is the best day to do it! Check out these ideas below from some fellow peanut butter lovers.
Spreading Good offers peanut and peanut butter fans the opportunity to put their love and passion back into the community. To kick it off, the Spreading Good campaign will be spreading more than peanut butter — it will be spreading goodwill, too.
The Meal Makeover Moms just released a third book: The Smoothie Bowl Coloring Cookbook. Coloring books are wildly popular these days, so as dietitians and food bloggers, they decided to create a coloring book filled with healthy recipes and corresponding whimsical food designs. Talk about a creative way to excite kids about cooking and eating right!
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