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Old 02-12-2021, 04:15 PM   #1
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What's Your Favorite Nut Butter Combo?

What's your favorite nut butter sandwich combo? For Elvis, it was peanut butter, banana, and bacon. For me. I think it's peanut butter and honey-butter. Here are some of mine:
1. Peanut butter and honey butter
2. Peanut butter and seedless raspberry jam
3. sunflower seed butter with raspberry jam and Ovaltine chocolate malt powder
4. Any nit butter and wild blueberry jam
5. cashew butter and nutella
6, super-crunch peanut butter and strawberry freezer jam
7. super crunch peanut, or sunflower butter and apple butter
8. peanut butter and banana slices, or banana puree
9. sunflower butter and apple pie filling
10, peanut butter and cherry preserves

Those are not the only pairings that I have enjoyed over the years. But it's a good start.

I have even found whacky combos of peanut butter and Miracle Whip, or peanut butter and yellow mustard to be tasty, So, no matter how outrageous you favorites are, list them It just might inspire some of us with something we've never considered.

List your favorite nut butter and something pairings. You can put any that you have tried, and enjoyed, even peanut butter and vegemite, or marmite if you so desire.

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Old 02-12-2021, 05:30 PM   #2
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I think my favourite pairings are tahini with eggplant in babaganoush or with chickpeas in humus.
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