How Do You Make Your Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches?
Today is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Day. A day to celebrate with your favorite PG&J.
This morning we were asking people how they make their PB&Js and let's just say it was interesting.
When I'm not just eating a basic PB&J (no grape jelly, any jelly but grape), I opt for my very unhealthy sandwich which is: first of all, I toast the bread, then put on my peanut butter, either creamy or crunchy, just depends on the mood I was in, when I bought the peanut butter, then I put cut up bananas, them a layer of marshmallow cream (or fluff), then a drizzle of chocolate syrup. I told you it was unhealthy but oh, so, good.
Charlie: take a piece of Texas toast and put on a layer of creamy, cream, creamy, peanut butter, then puts on some grape jelly, and then rolls it up and eats it.
Shannon: Peanut butter and gourmet jam. Has to be jam. Your peanut butter to jam ratio needs to be 2:1. You have to make sure you have the freshest bread. So reach down in that bag to the center loaf. I make sure it’s spread evenly so you don’t get that nightmare middle bite where it’s nothing but jam. You want it even, smooth, and fresh.
From our text line:
Stephanie said her grandmother used to put peanut butter on one piece of bread, jelly on the other, then Country Crock Butter in the middle.
Peanut butter and ranch.
Peanut Butter and jelly dipped in yellow mustard.
Michael called and said he loves peanut butter and Miracle Whip sandwiches.
No matter how you eat your PB&J, today let's celebrate this glorious sandwich!