Peanut Butter Recipes from Smuckers

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

I love Smucker's Natural peanut butter--the first time I use the jar. It tastes good, and if you stir long enough the texture is good. I hate that it needs to be refrigerated. Cold peanut butter is difficult to stir, does not make a tasty sandwich, and often doesn't mix well into recipes. It would work well in a recipe that calls for heat while mixing, like fudge or no-bake cookies. Hmmm, maybe I need to make more fudge.

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PurrPrints said...

Try storing it upside down--this works wonders with natural peanut butters to keep the stirring necessity infrequent--just make sure that lid is on tight so it doesn't leak!

the other thing to try is (if you have a local whole foods or something similar) griding your own there--it doesn't start to separate for a week or two and tastes yummy.

Carole said...

I don't know how you manage to make peanut butter so interesting that I have to come back here each day to see what new tidbit you have for us! :-) In fact, I gave you an award:
(No obligation to do anything about it if you don't want to, but it IS well deserved! :-) )

Condo Blues said...

I like how Smucker's Natural Peanut better is thicker than some of the other natural peanut butters. Trader Joe's Natural peanut butter is really soupy.

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