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3 Creative Ways to Serve PB&J!

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3 creative ways to serve pb and j

3 creative ways to serve pb and j

Happy PB&J Day! You have probably served up a sweet and nutty peanut butter and jelly sandwich more times than you can count. And even after hundreds (thousands?) of PB&J’s you have never grown tired of those classic, kid-approved, childhood memory flavors. Well just in case you ever want to give PB&J a creative twist. Here are three creative ways to serve up your favorite go-to lunchtime fare! PB&J with three creative twists..

3 Creative Ways to serve PB&J!

1. Go Epic. Serve a hungry crowd with this fun-looking and delicious tasting idea: Make a PB&J Club! Get the recipe on Healthy. Happy. Life.

2. Make it Fruity.
Skip the “jelly” and substitute in real fresh fruit as the sweet component. Try bananas, apples and more. Get the recipe for a Fruity Stack Peanut Butter Sandwich.

3. Go Savory. There is a lot of sweet going on in a PB&J. But you can easily serve up some savory too! Try adding veggies to your sandwich and you might be impressed at how yummy everything still tastes and comes together. Try thinly sliced cucumbers, shredded carrots, chopped celery and even a handful or wilted kale or fresh baby spinach! Try a Cucumber PB&J recipe on HHL.

photos: Kathy Patalsky

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Read more from Kathy on her blog, Healthy. Happy. Life. Get Kathy’s book, 365 Vegan Smoothies: Boost Your Health With a Rainbow of Fruits and Veggies, available on Amazon.

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Kathy Patalsky is a blogger, author and photographer. Her website www.Healthy-Happy-Life.com features creative vegan recipes. She is the author of 365 Vegan Smoothies (Spring 2013). She is also the founder of FindingVegan.com.

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