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AmidyIler AmidyIler 2 years

My family likes to make PB & J wafflewiches. The grid pattern helps to keep everything from sliding to the bottom. We also put PB on waffles and pancakes with syup instead of butter.

ZoeMason57105 ZoeMason57105 2 years

My kids school won't let them take any nut products or things made in factories with nuts. Shame as a peanut butter sandwich or a few Brazil nuts are great in a lunchbox!

Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 4 years
Cute idea!  I love the panini idea and now I'm totally craving PB&J!
DottieJoi DottieJoi 5 years
My sister would always make me pb&j sandwiches during my midnight runs for snacks, it's her way of spoiling me during my pregnancy. Hopefully my son will share the appreciation too.
Moms Moms 5 years
Anonymous — lots of schools aren't peanut free, but we're going to have another round of recipes that cater to kids with peanut allergies.
amandachalynn amandachalynn 5 years
Ashley I used sunflower butter with a little honey in it. He hated the sunflower without the honey, but loved it when I added it!
Sweet-Kirstin Sweet-Kirstin 5 years
I just love my PB&J and I recommend this because of my early childhood. I just made myself a PB&J sandwich and I will always enjoy 'em with my sweet passion. sweetkirstin
Sweet-Kirstin Sweet-Kirstin 5 years
I just love my PB&J and I recommend this because of my early childhood. I just made myself a PB&J sandwich and I will always enjoy 'em with my sweet passion. sweetkirstin
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