Easily the thickest (and closest to peanut) of the butters mentioned here, Field Trip Chickpea Butter tastes like tahini's and peanut butter's long-lost cousin. Be warned: It'll quickly overpower delicate jams, which is why the bold, vanilla-centric flavor of BRINS' banana jam is our favorite pairing.
Field Trip Chickpea Butter, $8 at amazon.com
Associate Features Editor Nina Friend loves this peanut butter made from Virginia peanuts. It makes for an ideal balance of sweet and bitter, and founder Radhika Murari adds just enough espresso powder for it to be flavorful without overpowering the deliciously nutty taste.
Revamp the American classic with newfangled nut butters and jams.
3. Field Trip Chickpea Butter
Watermelon season is fleeting, but this unexpected seed butter extends the best part of summer by imbuing subtle sweetness, delicate, chunk-free texture, and just a hint of toasty salinity into sandwiches year-round.
OmMade Espresso Ecstasy Peanut Butter, $20 at www.ommadepb.com
While peanut butter and jelly are considered an inseparable pair for good reason, some especially compelling newcomers to the nut butter and jam aisles have forced the question: Why can't that dynamic duo involve watermelon seed butter and chia jam? Or CBD almond butter plus damson plum? We can't stop raving about these updated combinations that are sure to excite both PB&J loyalists and change-seekers alike.
2. OmMade Espresso Ecstasy Peanut Butter
88 Acres Organic Watermelon Seed Butter (2 Pack) $27 at amazon.com
Hemp-derived CBD is a key part of the package with this intensely creamy, drizzle-worthy almond butter, and while we can't confirm that it will make you chill, it does beg to be paired with Ayako & Family's tart and floral damson plum jam–and no one can be super-stressed while eating plum jam.
For starters, this dish is loaded with nutrients. Add in the fact that it tastes incredible & you’ve sold us entirely. It’s entirely sweetened from natural sugars & is beyond filling–another factor we need in a meal because this appetite is anything but small…
Typically whenever we make anything with PB&J it instantly makes us feel like a kid again. Mini PB&J cereal, PB&J pancakes, PB granola bars…the list goes on & on & let’s be honest, wouldn’t your 6 year old self go crazy for any of those?! This recipe for Almond Butter & Jelly Chia Seed Pudding however was the first time we made something of the sort that made us feel real grown up. Perhaps it was the almond butter or the fact that we don’t think chia seed pudding was of the norm back in the day but whatever it is, we’ve finally found a grown up way to eat this combination & we’re slightly obsessed.
One of our favorite parts about chia seed pudding is that it’s SO easy to make. You simply throw most of the ingredients in a large bowl together, give it a good mix, & place it in the fridge overnight to soak. By the morning you’ve got yourself a delicious meal. Of course we like to take ours to the next level by topping it with some delicious add-ons (see full recipe below) but that’s entirely optional (although strongly recommended). You truthfully can top it with whatever you’d like. We go crazy for our cookie dough chia seed pudding but also love a refreshing berry one & are dying to try some other ideas.
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PBJ is an indica/sativa variety from ThugPug Genetics and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±60 days ) and outdoors . ThugPug Genetics’ PBJ is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.
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