Do americans really eat jelly and peanut butter on sandwiches?

Answer Just curious, where are you from? As an American, I also love PB&J's as we call them. Peanut butter is very American as it was invented here. We eat it with many things. Peanut butter is very d... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Do americans really eat jelly and peanut butter...

Ok, I was just wondering do people in America REALLY eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?

yeah, but it's jelly as in crushed grapes with some type of sugar mixed in, not gelatin like jell o

Survey: What flavor of jam/jelly do you use for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches?

Cherry preserves! And if I have them, I also put on cut up banana or blueberries. Some people also like cut up slices of apple. I like cherries the best, though, because I get tired of strawberries... Read More »

Who invented peanut butter&jelly sandwiches?

While the specific origin of the peanut butter and jelly sandwich is not known, the first recorded reference to the classic combination was in 1901 by food writer Julia Davis Chandler.Source:Food T... Read More »

Can you freeze peanut butter&jelly sandwiches?

You can freeze peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. To avoid a soggy end result, start with a frozen loaf of bread. Put peanut butter on both slices of bread, with jelly in the middle. This will hel... Read More »