3 Super-Tasty Twists On PB&J
We’re updating the classic kid combo—and here's the great part: Kids with nut allergies don’t have to miss out. Just swap in sunflower seed butter for a safe, yummy alternative.
Stuffed French Toast
Prepare a classic PB&J sandwich as French toast. Just take a little extra care when dipping it in batter and flipping it in the pan—and, of course, top with syrup.
Blend 1 cup each of strawberries, milk, and banana chunks, with 2 Tbs. peanut butter and 1 Tbs. jam. Freeze in pop molds; serve for breakfast on a warm morning.
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Make a shallow hole in a vanilla cupcake, fill with jelly, and spread on creamy peanut butter as frosting. (You can also do this with a banana muffin for a breakfast surprise!)