Eight Ways To Make PB&J Sandwiches They Love
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches don’t need to be boring. Here are ways to make something fun with PB&J. We made these in our test kitchen.
Use Cherry Bubblegum Jelly and delight your children. It really does taste like cherry bubblegum.
And kids do love it. Food Network did a show on kids eating PB&J sandwiches made with Cherry Bubblegum Jelly. The kids were delighted to discover the bubblegum flavor.
If you think bubblegum flavored jelly sounds awful, choose something else.
|1. PB&J Crackers Spread peanut butter and jelly on Ritz-like crackers.|
|2. PB&J French ToastDip that PB&J in egg wash with regular French toast and slap it on the griddle. Drizzle it with the kids favorite syrup. You can also make syrup by melting a jar of jelly over low heat.|
| 3. PB&J Bread Pies
Use a Crustable-type press to make PB&J’s, other little pies, and sandwiches.
|4. PB&J Little PiesUse our just-add-water pie crust mix and make little Hostess-type pies. Be sure and brush a little water on the edges of the dough to get a good seal. You’ll need a dough press but you can use the dough press for pocket sandwiches, pizza pockets, and little pies.
|5. PB&J GrilledSpread butter on both sides of the sandwich and slap it on the griddle. Cook it until it is brown and crispy. You can use a Panini press too.|
|6. PB&J Banana Bread Even adults will eat PB&J’s if you use banana bread. For an extra treat, grab a mix and make cinnamon chip banana bread.|
|7. PB&J Zucchini Bread Sneak a vitamin in and make PB&J’s with zucchini bread. Don’t forget the cherry bubblegum jelly.|
|8. PB&J Sushi Make the kids feel like grown-ups and make sushi PB&J’s. Press the bread down slightly, trim the crusts, load it, and slice it.