Obviously, the most common and classic way to eat peanut butter is with jelly, but they’re so many other tasty ways to enjoy it. Even with most the obsessed with peanut butter the combination of peanut butter and jelly finally gets old. One of the best qualities of peanut butter is that it is incredibly versatile and can make almost any taste exponentially better. These 16 ways to eat peanut butter will make you forget about jelly.

1 Peanut butter and bananas

If you’re craving a sandwich but are tired of peanut butter and jelly, try peanut butter and banana on a sandwich. Even if you aren’t in a sandwich mood, spread some peanut butter on a banana for a filling, protein-packed snack.


2 Peanut butter fudge

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Chocolate and peanut butter are the perfect combinations when you’re looking for something rich and decadent. This peanut butter fudge can be made with only three ingredients. Easy and delicious.

3 Peanut butter hot chocolate

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What if I said you could drink your peanut butter too? Put a spoonful of peanut butter in your hot chocolate, mix it around, and that’s it. You’ll have a creamy, nutty, chocolate-y drink that will make any winter day perfect.

4 With a spoon

Arguably the best way to eat peanut butter is straight up with a spoon. No judgment. There are endless ways to eat peanut butter. Next time you’re tired of your good ol’ Peanut butter, try one of these combinations. Don’t be afraid to get a little creative with it.

5 Peanut Butter and Pickle Sandwich

This sandwich does not necessarily need a recipe, given its simplicity. But it’s an unlikely pairing, is peanut butter and pickle, and sometimes that is what a recipe is for — to prod you in a direction that you never considered. Dwight Garner, a book critic for The Times, makes a strong case for this, his favorite sandwich, calling it “a thrifty and unacknowledged American classic.” The vinegary snap of the pickles tempers the unctuousness of the peanut butter, and it’s an unusual pantry sandwich for when luncheon meats leave you cold.

6 Peanut butter hummus Hummus is great.

Peanut butter is great. Add peanut butter to your hummus and it’ll be the greatest (and creamiest) thing ever. It’s logic.

7 Peanut butter and apples

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Julia Gilman The thick, creamy texture of the peanut butter perfectly complements the juicy, crispy texture of an apple. Apples and peanut butter are a match made in heaven. If you want to get even fancier, try these loaded peanut butter apple slices.


8 Ants on a log

Maybe your mom used to make you these bad boys as a kid, or maybe you’re never heard of combining peanut butter and celery. Ants on a log are easy to make; just spread some peanut butter on a celery stick and add some raisins on top as the “ants.” In 30 seconds, you have a great healthy snack

9 Peanut butter cups

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Move aside Reese’s, these homemade chocolate peanut butter cups are even better. With a recipe like this, you’re in control and are able to customize the perfect chocolate-to-peanut butter ratio.

10 Peanut butter stir fry

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If you wanted to take a more savory spin on your peanut butter, add some of it to your next stir fry. Add some soy sauce, hot sauce, garlic, and ginger and you’ll have a stir fry that’s even better than takeout.

11 Peanut butter and yogurt

Top your favorite yogurt with some peanut butter for some extra protein. Or go the extra mile with this chocolate, peanut butter, coconut dip. It’s perfect for dipping some dried fruit (like banana chips), or on enjoyed on its own.

12 Peanut butter granola bars

Granola bars are ideal when you’re looking for a quick, ready-to-go breakfast, or an easy mid-day snack. Test out your meal prep skills with these homemade peanut butter granola bars. They’ll stay fresh and chewy for up to a week after making, but let’s face it, they won’t last that long.

13 Peanut butter s’mores

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Take your s’mores to the next level by putting some peanut butter on the graham crackers or swapping out your ordinary chocolate bar for a peanut butter cup. If it’s too chilly outside to make s’mores around the traditional campfire, try these peanut butter s’more bars that you can make right in your oven.

14 Spread it on pretzels

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Pretzels are great on their own, but once you add peanut butter, you’ll never go back. Want to get fancy? Try making these peanut butter pretzel truffles.

15 Peanut butter overnight oats

If you’re looking to upgrade your overnight oat game, try adding some peanut butter. Add some peanut butter the night before and mix it in with your oats. Top it off with more peanut butter in the morning if you’re feeling ambitious.


16 Peanut butter cookies

These peanut butter cookies are vegan, and gluten-free and only require five ingredients. As if I weren’t selling them enough, they only take 20 minutes to make. Definitely better than a Peanut butter .


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