It’s National PB&J Day!! 5 Recipes You must Try!!!

Who doesn’t love a good PB&J Sandwich? Most of us lived off of this as children, but this sweet and salty combination has evolved into much more. We have gathered some yummy recipes for you to try in honor of national PB& J day! Enjoy!

Peanut Butter & Jelly Muffins (Photo & Recipe Courtesy of Erica’s Sweet Tooth)

These muffins offer crunchy goodness with extra love on top (Berry Jam) Eat this on the go for breakfast, or for an afternoon snack! Recipe Here.


Vegan PB&J Cups (Photo and Recipe from Love me, feed me)

Calling all Vegans (and non vegans)! These delicious little bites offer a burst of flavor delivering a creamy flavor from the peanut butter cup, packed with berry-chia jam. This gives the oh so popular reeces peanut butter cups a run for its money! Your guests will be asking for more! Thats if you can resist eating them all by yourself! We found this brilliant recipe here.


Classic PB&J With a Twist (Photo & Recipe Courtesy of Healthy Nibble and Bits)

Who doesn’t love a good ol PB& J Sandwich? After all, studies have shown that the average American will have eaten over 2,000 by the time they graduate from HS. Well here’s a way to take it up a notch! Enhance this classic by adding some fresh fruit and honey, and you’ve got yourself a delightful snack! Recipe Don’t like Berries? Swap it out for Bananas 🙂


Peanut Butter and Jelly Donuts (Photo and Recipe from Broma Bakery)

Donuts? Yes please! This simple recipe will have you wondering why you even waste effort in going to Dunkin Donuts (Okay we know its convenient), because you can make this all by yourself! Impress your co-workers and bring in a batch of these babies tomorrow they’ll be gone before you know it! Recipe here.


PB&J Smoothie (Photo by Kitchen Treaty)

Add some protein to your morning smoothie by adding a drizzle of peanut butter! Just that simple!


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