7 Mistakes Even YOU Might Make With Peanut Butter
To me, peanut butter is one of the greatest thing a supermarket has to offer. You can mix it with literally anything and it will turn into a masterpiece of eating – and not just because it’s delicious! A single serving of peanut butter contains 8 grams of protein and plenty of healthy fats that keep your stomach (and heart!) full for longer.
Although it’s one of the most popular foods in America, peanut butter still holds some secrets in terms of storing, stirring and spreading. Still think you’re an expert in the field? Read our top 7 mistakes even you might make when it comes to peanut butter.
7 Mistakes You Might Make with Your Peanut Butter
You’re spreading it wrong
Are you into chunky peanut butter? Then you probably know the struggle of spreading it perfectly on a slice of bread. Instead of choosing its smooth alternative, you might want to try some of the following tricks:
- Place several small spoonfuls around the entire surface of the slice; this makes spreading easier.
- Warm up the peanut butter before using it just enough to soften its texture.
- Try different types of bread as the texture of your current bread may just be too soft to handle peanut butter; if you really want to stick to the current brand, you can toast it for a few seconds to harden its surface.
Storing it right side up
Wait, what? Let me explain. If you’ve ever bought a natural, bio peanut butter, you’ve probably noticed that it separates, making stirring nearly impossible. If you store it right side up, though, all the oils will rise to the top while the pieces of peanut will go down to the bottom. When you flip the jar over to open it, you can stir it easily and serve it in no time.
But there’s one more catch…