What was your favorite sandwich that you ate when you went to school? Was it peanut butter and jam? Was it peanut butter and honey or bananas? Do you still eat peanut butter sandwiches or put them on your crackers or celery? If so, who can blame you? Did you know that today we celebrate peanut butter lover’s day? Let’s talk about the history of that!
March 1st urges you to grab your far of Jif, Planters, Peter Pan, or Skippy peanut butter and to take a butter knife to take either the smooth or nutty peanut butter goodness and spread it on your toast or anything else. You may even want to take a spoon and scoop out some delicious peanut butter to savor on this day and enjoy the texture too.
And if you have a sweet tooth, you will want to enjoy having some Reece’s peanut butter cups or enjoy having some peanut butter ice cream or cookies. Better yet, look for recipes of desserts that involve peanut butter to celebrate the day since you are a peanut butter lover. Here is also the great thing about it. Peanut butter is delicious, and it is also highly nutritious, as it is an excellent protein source that keeps you full so that you will eat fewer calories after. As counterintuitive as this sounds, peanut butter has low carbs, which can lower your risk of developing diabetes. It also is high in essential fatty acids, which is good for your hormones and brain! Therefore, you have no reason to feel guilty about eating a delicious serving of peanut butter – especially on March 1st!
History Of National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day started all because of an unnamed st. In March of 1890, Louis’s doctor found that peanut butter was the very thing that his patients with bad teeth could eat. That was because peanut butter was the only thing they could eat without struggling to chew it. In 1903, George A. Bayle Jr. formulated the creation and began to sell it, as it was patented to Ambrose W. Straub for a peanut butter-making machine. Then the popularity of peanut butter grew from there – especially after 1928, during the invention of sliced bread. In the early 1930s, peanut butter sandwiches became a hit, especially among children.
Since then, the love for peanut butter has evolved, as, over the years, it had parings with jam, honey, banana, chocolate, and so on!
How To Celebrate National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
How do you like to eat your peanut butter? Do you eat it in your sandwiches or on your crackers, apples, or celery? Do you know of some really good peanut butter recipes? If so, share it! Use #NationalPeanutButterLoversDay to post on social media.
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