Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Holidays Celebrating Peanut Butter

Reviewing Peanut Butter Holidays


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People submit dates on several holiday sites to celebrate something they love or are passionate about. It may be a food, an animal, an event or to give recognition to a cause. Thus, over time, we have ended up with literally hundreds of these fun, interesting, sometimes wacky or weird, holidays to enjoy.


Peanut Butter, a solid staple in most kitchen cupboards, has seemingly produced several holidays. People must really love Peanut Butter!


Let's talk a bit about peanut butter and review these peanut butter celebrations.


What is Peanut Butter?


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Peanut butter is a spread made from ground up dry-roasted peanuts, with a bit of salt and sweeteners added. It was invented by
Marcellus Gilmore Edson in 1848. Today it is a spread used on crackers, bread, toast or celery, and as a tasty ingredient in desserts and other dishes. The most popular sandwich, especially in children's school lunches, is a PB&J.


Peanut Butter Dates to Celebrate


The whole month of November every year has been designated National Peanut Butter Lover’s Month.


  • January 24th is National Peanut Butter Day
  • March 1st is National Peanut Butter Lover's Day
  • April 2nd has been set aside to celebrate National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day.
  • May 18th – I Love Reese’s Day – a day to celebrate those sweet peanut butter candies loved by many.
  • June 12th is a day to bake some peanut butter cookies to celebrate Peanut Butter Cookie Day.
  • November 20th is another 'tasty' day for those with a sweet tooth as we celebrate National Peanut Butter Fudge Day.


Peanut Butter Reviews


Our behind-the-scenes writers love Peanut Butter as seen by the fun and fascinating reviews and recipes written on this blog by several of our ReviewThis! Contributors.


Coconut Peanut Butter No Bake Bliss BallsPeanut Butter Bliss Balls
Dawn Rae gives us her recipe for Easy No-Bake Bliss Balls with delicious coconut and peanut butter in the ingredients.


Peanut Butter M&MsPeanut Butter M&Ms
Dawn Rae reviews the many flavors of M&Ms, including one with peanut butter.


Peanut Butter Magic Spoon CerealMagic Spoon Cereal
For Keto diet followers, Brite-Ideas reviews Magic Spoon Cereal. These cereals come in four flavors, one of which is peanut butter.


Reeses Peanut Butter Christmas TreesReeses Peanut Butter Christmas Trees
Reeses peanut butter cups have long been a favorite candy. Seasonally, Reeses brings out these peanut butter cups in holiday shapes. Wednesday Elf reviews the Peanut Butter Christmas Trees.


Peanut Butter Keto Cookie Dough SnackSnack Better With The Best Healthy Keto Cookie Dough Bites
Margaret Schindel reviews Bhu Keto Bites mini protein bars perfect for Keto snacks. They come in a variety of flavors, one of which is Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.


So, pick a day from this list of holidays to celebrate this wholesome food we call PEANUT BUTTER! 


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*Peanut Butter Holidays written and compiled by Wednesday Elf.





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7 comments:

  1. Peanut Butter is definitely worthy of several days of celebration! As you have aptly pointed out, not only is it wonderful on sandwiches, but it is a great ingredient for lots of delicious recipes.

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  2. Wow, I was not aware that there were so many holidays surrounding the love of peanut butter. You learn something new every day. I love peanut butter, but it is something I did not know until I had children of my own. It just wasn't in our household. Weird isn't it! Oh well the main thing is that I did learn about this amazing food and have enjoyed it since. Thanks for sharing all these wacky holidays with us peanut butter lovers, Pat!

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  3. Interesting review. Thanks for all the fun facts

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  4. I had no idea that there are so many peanut butter-themed holidays, Elf. What fun! Thanks very much for including my review of the Bhu keto cookie dough bites in this post. The peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough bites really are a yummy sugar-free (and high protein and low carb) treat!

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  5. I LOVE peanut butter! Too bad it is starting to disagree with my tummy. I haven't had those bliss balls in awhile. Thank you for including my peanut butter reviews. This was a fun review to read. I had no idea there were so many peanut butter days!

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  6. June 12th is my day :))))) - (but every day is peanut butter cookie day actually)

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  7. Ms. Elf, I remember hating peanut butter when I was young, and now I can eat it by the spoonful! Funny how our tastes change - I had no idea these dates existed!

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