PB&J Cocktail Recipe
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Creator Gianfranco Verga, a New York mixologist and member of the Tippling Bros. beverage consulting team, was inspired by the "nutty notes" in the Flor de Caña rum featured in this playful, food-inspired drink.
For the peanut syrup:
- 2 parts water
- 2 parts sugar
- 1 part peanuts, minced
For the cocktail:
- 1½ ounces Flor de Caña 7-year rum
- ½ ounce Lustau Palo Cortado Vides
- ¼ ounce strawberry jam
- ¼ peanut syrup (see above)
- 1 egg white
- Salted peanuts, minced, for garnish
- 1 banana, sliced, for garnish
For the peanut syrup:
Combine the water and sugar together in a pot and bring to a boil. Add the minced peanuts and simmer for 10 minutes.
Remove from heat and strain into a separate glass or container to remove the peanut particles.
For the cocktail:
Shake all of the ingredients together (except for the banana) in a Boston shaker without ice. Then add ice and shake vigorously again.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass that is rimmed with minced salted peanuts. Garnish with a slice of fresh banana.
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Peanut butter and jelly cocktail recipes
When we first heard about the release of peanut butter and jelly vodka, we were equal parts excited and skeptical. Clearly we’d much rather drink our sandwiches these days rather than eat one, especially since second grade is barely a memory at this point. But could the flavors of peanut butter and jelly really come together in vodka in a way that would taste good?
Van Gogh Vodka is known for their flavored vodka concoctions, most of which we wholeheartedly approve of. But to be honest, we went into this one preparing for disappointment. In the name of a good cocktail, we took the plunge and took down a chilled shot of the PB&J vodka. The first taste was pleasant, berry, clearly the jelly, but where was the peanut butter flavor? After we swallowed we found it, in the form of a burnt peanut aftertaste that we can’t say was as pleasant as the jelly flavor.
OK, so this isn’t a sipping liquor. So we did what anyone would do with a brand new bottle of vodka &mdash we decided to make cocktails instead. Van Gogh provided us with some delicious recipes and our opinions shifted after the first sip. Conclusion &mdash you only live once so we think it’s worth a try but instead of shots, we’d recommend one of the following cocktails. Let’s just hope grilled cheese isn’t on their list of “sandwiches to turn into vodka.”
PB & J Smoothie
- Author: Toni Okamoto
- Prep Time: 2 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 7 minutes
- Yield: 1 serving 1 x
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Blend
- Cuisine: American
- Diet: Vegan
This healthy and nutritious breakfast drink option is a great way to start the day! Vary your toppings and discover your favorites!
- 2 frozen bananas
- 1 heaping cup of frozen strawberries
- 2 tablespoons of peanut butter
- ½ cup of plant-based milk
- Chia seeds, to taste (optional)
- Coconut shreds, to taste (optional)
- Chopped nuts of choice, to taste (optional)
- 1 tablespoon of diced fresh strawberries (optional)
- In a high-speed blender, combine the frozen banana, strawberries, peanut butter, and plant-based milk, and blend until smooth.
- Top with chia seeds, coconut shreds, nuts, and diced strawberries, if using.
Keywords: smoothie, vegan, gluten free, oil free, vegetarian, berry smoothie, strawberry smoothie, peanut butter, peanut butter smoothie, pb&j
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Some smoothies are fresh and others are more indulgent, if you’re a fan of the latter then this PB&J Smoothie will make you very happy. One of the easiest ways to make your smoothies creamier is by adding nut butters to them. Peanut butter, almond butter, or cashew butter can make for a richer drink which is a great thing when it comes to smoothie bowls.
If you rather skip the nut butters you can add some flax meal (grounded flax seeds), some oats, one or two brazil nuts (great for selenium!), or a few walnuts (a good Omega 3’s source).
All About the Crunch
Now let’s talk about toppings because that’s what smoothie bowls are all about and we are here for it. Topping your bowl of oatmeal is the funnest part about preparing them. Depending on your preference you can opt for different toppings but we recommend choosing a few crunchy ones because it seems to be an important part of the formula. Let’s check a few options:
- Chia Seeds
- Coconut Flakes
- Chopped Walnuts
- Dried Fruits (like raisins, cranberries or mulberries)
- Flax Seed
- Fresh Fruit
- Drizzle of nut butter
One of the things we love most about the convenience of smoothies is how easy it is to swap ingredients while coming up with newfound blends. Try adding raspberries when you’re out of strawberries, or mango when out of pineapple. Get creative with your morning shake and open up your healthy breakfast possibilities.
PB&J Old Fashioned
- 1 ounce Maker’s Mark Bourbon
- 1 ounce Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey
- 1/2 ounce strawberry preserves
- 3 dashes black walnut bitters
- Garnish: mini PB&J skewer
1. Add strawberry preserves to a mixing glass, followed by the bourbon, peanut butter whiskey and bitters.
2. Fill the mixing glass with ice, then stir until well-chilled.
3. Strain over one large ice cube, and garnish with a mini PB&J sandwich on a skewer.
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Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous PB&J Milkshake From The 50's Prime Time Cafe
Not all sweet treats involve hours of mixing, rising, and time spent running your hot oven. No, sometimes the best desserts involve throwing some pantry ingredients into a blender with some ice cream and calling it a day. In fact, the Disney Parks Blog just shared a recipe for one of its classic desserts that you can whip up in just a jiffy.
Yes, this week, Disney shared the recipe for the Peanut Butter & Jelly Milk Shake from the 50&rsquos Prime Time Café at Disney&rsquos Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL&mdashya know, the one where you can watch TV while eating dinner and everything looks like an adorable vintage dream? Anyway, on to the milkshake!
Just like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, this milkshake is SO simple to whip up. like, FOUR ingredients simple to whip up. As you can probably tell from the name, three of them are peanut butter, jelly, and milk. The fourth? Ice cream! And that's literally it. If you don't happen to have jelly on hand, the blog noted that two cups of sliced strawberries can be substituted for jelly, if that's more your jam. Get it?
As with some of the other park recipes Disney has shared, this recipe has been converted from the larger quantity used in the restaurant kitchens, so it may vary slightly from the restaurant&rsquos version. But with things like milkshakes, churro bites, and crispy grilled cheese, are we really going to complain? NO! You can find the full milkshake recipe here.
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Prepare peanut butter sandwich using your favorite jelly or jam. Make sure it isn't too runny because you will be heating this sandwich and don't want all the jam to leak out.
Heat a frying pan and melt the butter in the pan. Tilt pan to spread it around, so the butter covers the pan evenly. This is key to get a perfectly crispy crust on your bread.
Butter one side of the sandwich. Place buttered side down in the pan. If possible, place a steak weight or bacon press on the sandwich, so it cooks evenly. When one side is golden brown, butter the other side. Turn sandwich over and place the weight back on the sandwich. The second side will cook faster because the sandwich is already heated.
Remove sandwich from pan, cut diagonally and serve immediately.
Looking for other ways to perk up your beloved PB&J? Here are some other ways to enjoy this common childhood favorite:
Try spreading it on French toast that's fresh off the griddle.
For a fun twist, try a sandwich with waffles instead of bread. Just slather some peanut butter and jelly onto waffles. You will not necessarily need syrup in this case, but you can, of course, add it if you'd like.
Instead of bulky bread, try putting the peanut butter and jelly on a healthy wrap. It may be slimmer in volume, but the taste will shine.
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Several hours after the whole affair, I was really, really hungry – and still really really numb. A liquid dinner was going to have to be on the menu the only question was, which smoothie should I make? My mind first turned to one of these, but I was craving something fruity – and I needed something dairy-free. Enter the PB&J Smoothie!
The combo of strawberries and peanut butter reminds me of my fave peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but in smoothie form. No bread – or, thankfully, chewing – needed!