Quality you can see and taste! PICS Peanut Butter is made in the Northeast from U.S. grown peanuts. Whether a savory or sweet dish our natural Peanut Butter is the star. Only at Price Chopper & Market 32.
Peanut butter is a staple in many households. It is a delicious, filling, and easy spread that has been used in the classic pb&j for years. The great thing about peanut butter is that it is so versatile. Nowadays, you can find thousands of recipes with peanut butter, ranging from peanut butter smoothies, to thai peanut sauce, to peanut butter s’mores (check it out below)!
When people think of recipes with peanut butter, they may think of something sweet like peanut butter cookies for example. However, there are actually many savory recipes that can be made with peanut butter, like chicken with peanut sauce! We are here to change your peanut butter game. At Price Chopper and Market 32, we have a wide variety of PICS Peanut Butter and peanut butter recipes on our website. Take a look below for some inspiration!
Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps: This recipe is an easy & refreshing summertime recipe. If you have liked lettuce wraps in the past, then you must try this one!
Thai Shrimp Zoodle Bowl: Not only does this recipe contain PICS Peanut Butter, but it also calls for PICS Peanuts as well. Calling all peanut-lovers!
Grilled Chicken Saté with Peanut Dipping Sauce: No more boring grilled chicken – Spice it up this summer with this delicious recipe. You will not be disappointed!
Now for the moment you have been waiting for – PB & J S’mores! If there is any recipe that is a must-try this summer, it is this one!
Hooray for National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day! We are going nuts over this delicious combination that is a favorite for so many people. At Price Chopper & Market 32, we have a wide selection of peanut butter, jelly, jam, and fresh bread. Be sure to take a look at the end of this article!
Do you really know your peanut butter and jelly? Don’t miss out on these fun facts!
- The peanut butter & jelly combination is nothing new. The first of these sandwiches appeared 122 years ago in a cooking magazine.
- The average American will eat 15,000 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before graduating high school. That is kind of a lot!
- Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are ranked #9 of the top 15 sandwiches Americans love.
Love peanut butter and jelly? So do we! That’s why we’re sharing our favorite recipes below for National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Whether you prefer chunky or smooth, grape or strawberry jelly, we’ve got something for everyone. Explore new flavor combinations and impress your taste buds with our easy-to-follow recipes.
Peanut Butter & Jelly Breakfast Tart: This freshly baked peanut butter & jelly breakfast in the morning will put a smile on everyone’s face! The best part? It is quick, simple, and only requires a handful of ingredients!
PB & J Stuffed French Toast: Remember when we noted that peanut butter & jelly has evolved? This is the perfect example! This takes the classic French Toast to a whole new level!
How Peanut Butter Met Jelly
Ellie Wilson, MS, RDN, CDNApril 2nd is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Day! The peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a lunchbox icon, enjoyed by generations. Just as iconic are two of the brands America has grown up with – Skippy Peanut Butter, and Welch’s Concord Grape Jelly. How they got together went something like this…
- 1894 – Peanut butter was invented, but it is oily and hard to transport
- 1918 – Welch’s “Grapelade” (jam) is introduced, and added to U.S. soldiers rations
- 1922 – Joseph Rosefield invents processing to keep ground peanuts and peanut oil blended
- 1923 – Welch’s brings their famous Concord Grape Jelly to market
- 1932 – Joseph Rosefield starts his own company, Skippy Peanut Butter
- Taste and texture: sweet, salty, creamy, crunchy – something for everyone
- Thrifty and practical – budget friendly and quick to make
- Comfort food – PBJ sandwiches are easy to enjoy, every day or once in a while
- Food safety – no cooler required, PBJ sandwiches are good travelers