Peanut butter and jelly, a classic. A flavor combo that takes us back to childhood memories of sandwiches with friends in the school cafeteria. (Also, it’s something we still totally eat as adults.) April 2nd is National PB+J Day. To celebrate, we’re eating ice cream.
You can’t do much better than warm, homemade doughnuts right from the fryer. My strawberry jam doughnuts are just the place to start.
Start a new breakfast ritual. This peanut butter and jelly breakfast bowl is made with yogurt and oats and is topped with homemade grape jam.
The perfect fall cheese board is well balanced, with sweet, spicy, savory, creamy, and crunchy elements. Check out this spread served with a sweet and spicy pepper jelly and a wine to match.
This delicious breakfast smoothie will challenge everything you thought you knew about a classic PB&J.
Take your classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich to a new gourmet level with these 8 variations.
Warm rays of sunshine are coming and we are ready for some frozen sips. Recreate the childhood favorite PB&J in a boozy milkshake form.
The perfect project to get rid of all those Easter jelly beans and celebrate this fun day.
Like a sophisticated PB&J, this fig and nut butter smoothie is an easy, but gourmet drink that can be a delicious snack.
If you love the iconic peanut butter and jelly sandwich, then you will love these peanut butter thumbprint cookies filled with your favorite flavor of jam.
As kids go back to school, even adults can’t deny their love for peanut butter and jelly. Here are our favorite grown-up ways to indulge our PB&J cravings.
Chewy bars with triple berry jam, creamy peanut frosting, and blackberries and raspberries will let you relive your childhood.
It is practically human nature to crave and delight in show-stopping desserts during the holiday season. Enter the ever-versatile jelly roll.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are a classic lunch staple, but change can be quite delicious, too. Try these ideas to reinvent the traditional sandwich.
With a little salty, a little sweet and plenty of rich chocolate, these brownies are decadent. Just one delicious comfort food swirled into another.
Colorful pineapple jam is great on toast, in desserts, or grilled seafood.
Jelly from fruit juice is the perfect winter canning project.
This a light dessert full of fruity flavors for when you want something refreshing at the end of the meal.
The satchel of seeds helps to thicken the quince paste, which is delicious served with crackers and Spanish cheese like Manchego.
Japanese Coffee Jelly is one of the most popular dessert served in most coffee shops and restaurants in Japan during the summertime.
You really can’t beat a blend of salty, buttery nuts with sweet, syrupy preserved fruit.
Dianna Muscari gives us a wonderful jelly donut muffins recipe with a Valentine’s Day twist.
These cookies are just so easy that anyone will enjoy baking them. And eating them.
If you want to have a schoolyard kid moment with your significant other, make PB&J Baked Oatmeal for breakfast.
Jelly donuts are so decadent, and so good that President John F Kennedy claimed he actually was one. Or did he?
This lovely jelly is made with fresh orange juice, green kiwifruit puree and a twist of fresh dragon fruit to bring up the vibrant colors.
Pandan Agar Agar Jelly – a delightfully refreshing Malaysian dessert. The pandan extract creates an enticing natural light green colour.
Sonia Mangla’s five year old son designs a peanut butter and jelly sandwich from heaven.
Croatian jelly doughnuts are traditionally baked throughout February, during carnival time.
Lemon marmalade, tinted pink with blueberries, lovely on scones, toast, or muffins and a welcome holiday gift.
A refreshing Coconut Pandan jelly for that everlasting summer.
Eric Isaac falls in love with New York’s Peanut Butter & Company, and brings us along for a mini photo-tour.