I LOVE Peanut Butter!

If there is one thing I couldn’t live without it would have to be PB&J sandwiches. No kidding when I first went GF, I was so sad I would one longer be able to enjoy my favorite sandwich. (That changed very quickly once I found Udi’s Gluten-free Bread!)

The thing I love about peanut butter is there are so many ways you can enjoy it. Add to that most peanut butters are g-free, and it’s a win, win situation! When I shop for peanut butter, I opt for natural. It’s so much better then the process stuff!! (Trust me once you switch, you will notice a HUGE difference). Below are a few more ways I like to enjoy peanut butter:

Peanut butter on apples/ pears
“Ants on a Log” – Celery with PB and raisins Peanut Butter on crackers/Joan’s multi-grain English muffins
Peanut butter with Snyder’s GF  Pretzel sticks/ Lentil Chips

My peanut butter of choice = “Smooth Operator” from The Peanut Butter Co. I don’t know what it is about this peanut butter, but it honestly makes the best PB& J sandwiches. However, there is one tiny issue, I can only find it at my local Whole Foods at home, and I ran out this past weekend! Up at school, Wegman’s carries some of the Peanut butter Co.’s peanut butter, so I decided to step away from the norm and try their Cinnamon Raisin Swirl PB. I love making PB & J on Cinnamon Raisin bread so I couldn’t see how I wouldn’t like it. The first time I tried this peanut butter I put it on a Udi’s Cinnamon

RaisinBagel. While the texture is a bit more grittier then your traditional peanut butter, the combination was delicious

In addition to “Smooth Operator” and “Cinnamon Raisin Swirl” the Peanut Butter Co., makes a variety of unique flavored peanut butters including, “Dark Chocolate Dreams”, “Mighty Maple”, and “White Chocolate Wonderful”. In addition to selling jars of PB, I just found out the Peanut Butter Co. also sells individual packages of PB, which would be great when traveling. To learn more about the Peanut Butter Co. visit their website, and be sure to find them on Twitter

Have you tried the Peanut Butter Co’s peanut butter? If so, what is your favorite variety? What is your favorite way to enjoy peanut butter?

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