This is probably the world’s most famous (and well-loved) peanut butter and fruit combination. Try spreading your favorite smooth or crunchy PB on toast.
Apples and PB can be a really create combination. A lot depends on the apple variety you get, and what your preferred taste/texture combinations are.
Did you grow up eating “ants on a log”? This is the playful name given to celery sticks that have been spread with peanut butter and topped with raisins.
These dried fruits are super sweet—almost too sweet to eat alone. This is where peanut butter comes in. The PB counterbalances the dates’ sugary sweetness, creating a perfect balance.
Slice up some ripe strawberries and use them the same way you use bananas on PB toast. They’re especially good on things like crumpets or English muffins.
Since we’re on the topic of jam, you know that grape jelly is also ridiculously good with peanut butter. Okay, so try this: make your favorite pancakes or fritters with sliced grapes.
Raw pineapple’s acidity can make PB curdle, but grilled pineapple + peanut butter = absolute poetry. Grilling brings out the pineapple’s sweetness, while cutting down on its acid.
Okay, yes, this sounds weird, but seriously—just try it. Pickles are made from cucumbers, which are fruits. Furthermore, their salty tartness juxtaposes really well against peanut butter’s.
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