All-New Ways to Get Your Peanut Butter Fix

Use your favorite sandwich spread in a whole new way!

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There’s no wrong way to eat peanut butter. Heck, we’ll eat it right out of the jar with a spoon when no one’s looking! For more than 100 years (peanut butter debuted at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904) peanut butter has been a pantry staple in the homes of so many American families and now, the spread has it’s very own day! In honor of National Peanut Butter Day, here are peanut butter-y recipes you can make to get your fix all day long.

According to the experts at Jif, the average American will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before graduating high school. Swap out your kiddo’s typical sandwich for these sweet muffins. Suddenly, packing lunch just got a lot easier!

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Creamy peanut butter is America’s favorite choice, but these healthy thins turn the concept on its head. And these crunchy thins are the perfect snack to take to grandma’s house: This survey shows that as we age, we prefer crunchy PB over the creamy kind.

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It might sound crazy, but peanut butter on burgers is a thing! This recipe was invented in central Missouri, and the combination has taken off across the country, even inspiring a secret menu item at Shake Shack.

Food Network Kitchen's Peanut Butter Banana Bread, as seen on Food Network.

Food Network Kitchen's Peanut Butter Banana Bread, as seen on Food Network.

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Here’s a bread that any peanut butter lover can get behind. Peanut butter replaces the butter and oil in this recipe and even makes for a decadent glaze for the final touch.

Duff Goldman’s cookies are something the King of Rock and Roll could certainly get behind. These cookies have all the trimmings of his favorite sandwich, with a few extras like pretzels and chocolate chips thrown in.

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