Aldi Is Selling A Whole Load Of Exciting Peanut Butter And Jelly Jars

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Us Brits don’t tend to eat that many peanut butter and jelly (jam, duh) sandwiches – it’s more of an American thing. But why is that, because peanut butter and jelly is da bomb.

The salty peanut butter combined with the sweet, sticky jam is a killer combination.

So, imagine our joy when we saw that Aldi was selling these super-exciting peanut butter and jelly jars!

And the best thing about it is, you only have to use one knife to spread it, because – if you’re anything like us – you can’t be cross contaminating your peanut butter jar and your jam jar by using the same knife for both.

Spotted in Aldi recently, these Grandessa peanut butter and jelly jars come in two flavours: strawberry jam and raspberry jam.

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But wait… there’s more! There’s also a chocolate and peanut butter version as well as a banana and peanut butter jar on offer. How good does that sound?!

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No word on how much one of these jars will set you back, but seeing as they’re on sale in Aldi, we’re guessing they’ll be cheap as chips.

Speaking of tasty spreads, if banoffee pie is your go-to dessert, then you are going to LOVE Sainsbury’s new banoffee spread which is sweet, sticky, gooey and delicious.

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This Taste The Difference Summer Edition spread would taste incredible on toast, bagels or just about anything, tbh. But also, just think about all the baking possibilities! Instead of making Nutella brownies, why not swirl this through the brownie batter and turn them into banoffee brownies? Or, you just know a banoffee cheesecake would be out of this world made with this.

You can pick up a 180g jar from Sainsbury’s stores now for £2.

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