Don't you just hate it when you make a peanut butter sandwich, but the peanut butter doesn't spread easily so you end up ripping the bread apart?
Well, buddy, thanks to Food Network all your peanut butter worries are solved. Allow me to introduce you to peanut butter slices.
Meet Bev Weidner, a sandwich master. She's here to hack your peanut butter for you.
First, tell Carol you'll have to reschedule your boozy brunch because this recipe will take a full three hours.
OK, now that your schedule is clear, let's get cooking. For starters you're going to want to spread a few "globs" of peanut butter out onto parchment paper, and then freeze the peanut butter for about three hours.
Bev calls it "dollopies." So Bev!
Once the peanut butter is completely frozen, peel off the parchment paper and stick your freshly made peanut butter square onto your sandwich bread. Let the peanut butter thaw (which will definitely take roughly longer than if you'd just spread the peanut butter onto the bread three hours ago) and add whatever extra ingredients you want, like jelly, honey, or chocolate sprinkles. That's it!
Commenters had a lot of feelings about Bev's hack.
Thanks to peanut butter squares, this loving husband and wife can finally have kids!
One viewer even detailed their own experience of trying out this incredibly useful hack.
Some viewers even shared other food hacks that help cut down time and stress in the kitchen.
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So. What do you think? Ready to step up your PB&J game with peanut butter squares?
vote votesHell yeah!
vote votesHell no!
vote votesI'm also going to make my own orange juice now. Good idea.