Tasty peanut butter and jelly bars are childhood reimagined. These incredible bars will become your new favorite snack.
I think it’s safe to say that peanut butter and jelly has been a classic favorite for most of America. The only people who I know who don’t have an undying love for peanut butter and jelly are people who can’t have peanut butter.
There’s just something about that creamy stick-to-the-roof-of-your-mouth peanut butter and sweet, fruity jam that puts an immediate smile on everyone’s face.
For years I’ve gone without peanut butter and jelly anything. I admit that I never even really thought about it until my daughter discovered it for the first time thanks to my mom. Suddenly, we are both sitting around and enjoying pb&j sandwiches and I can’t remember how I’ve gone so long without one.
Now all I can think about is peanut butter and jelly everything and what better than a few slices of peanut butter and jelly bars and an ice cold glass of milk?
I’ve never been much for bars or slices. They were never a big part of my life growing up. That’s exactly why I needed to make these bars.
Because if peanut butter and jelly is so good, how amazing are bars and how long must I go without? Bars are amazing. They are the best. Peanut butter and jelly bars, well, they are everything.
Most of the time, especially in the summer, I will say make your own jam. It is quick and easy to put together and the taste is unparalleled. But, you know what? We want classic everything here.
So unless your mom raised you with only homemade jam in your life, you will want to have something more close to what you had as a child. So, go for the store-bought stuff and slather it all over these bars.
Grape jelly is great, but if I am honest, raspberry jam is, well, my jam. It is so delicious, especially in these peanut butter and jelly bars.
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