Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are one of the most delicious things you can eat. Not only that, but they are easy to make and healthy. Two of the only foods in the world that actually slow down and reverse cell deterioration are grapes and peanuts. No lie. Eating a PB&J actually makes you younger. So eating them a lot is important. But things can go oh so wrong when you’re making them.
Let me give you a look into my brain so you don’t make mistakes:
You ever find a knife with peanut butter on it in your sink and think to yourself, “But that’s what the other piece of bread is for…”
I found a knife covered in Peanut Butter in the sink this morning. My only conclusion is that the jelly was applied first. Thats the only reason for the knife to still have peanut butter on it. Well that’s wrong. Folks, there is only one right way to make a good PB&J and that is to put the peanut butter on first, wipe the excess PB on the bread you have put aside for the jelly, and then apply the jelly.
The jelly will slide right off of your knife and therefore you will have no mess to worry about and no wasting of deliciousness.
So get with the program.