What Would You Do With Four Pounds of Peanut Butter?
Jul 6th, 2016
During the next visit to your local Albertsons store, don’t be surprised if you find a 64 oz. tub of Signature Kitchens peanut butter (creamy or chunky). Besides making a staggering amount of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, what else could one do with 4 pounds of peanut butter?
Before we answer that question, let’s learn more about peanut butter. While the early idea of peanut butter traces back to the Ancient Incas and Aztecs, peanut paste was first patented in 1884. The leading exporter of peanut butter is the United States. If you’ve enjoyed peanut butter recently, you have contributed to the $800 million worth consumed annually throughout the country.
How many peanuts does it take to make a jar of peanut butter? Which U.S. states are home to a city named Peanut? Which two former Presidents were once peanut farmers? What makes the best peanut butter and jelly sandwich? The National Peanut Board has the answers. To learn more, click here.
Now let’s get back to the answer of what you can do with all of that peanut butter. We’ve compiled a few fun, delicious peanut-buttery treats for you to try:
Don’t hesitate to share any of your fun peanut butter ideas!