Peanut Butter Hacks For Kids

Peanut Butter Hacks For Kids

on March 18, 2021

Peanut Butter is a classic delicious treat. From PB&Js to Ants on a Log, it’s a flexible, cheap ingredient that can be used a thousand different ways. Here are a few of our favorite recipes and craft projects that help you get the most out of that jar of peanut butter. Make sure to get Every Last Drop with our Kitchen Spatty!

Bird Feeder Pine Cones 

Bird Feeder Pine Cones are an amazing way to use up the last bits of peanut butter in the jar. Grab your Kitchen Spatty to get out all that peanut goodness and spread it over a pinecone. Once you have your peanut butter coated pinecone, simply roll it in birdseed and add some string for hanging. Try and find a good spot next to a window to hang your new creation and enjoy a bit of bird watching!

Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Quick, delicious, and just so happen to be gluten-free, these ooey-gooey, flourless peanut butter cookies are so easy to whip up you’ll wonder why you’ve never made them before! You’ll only need one mixing bowl, a cookie sheet, and just a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. We love to use extra chunky peanut butter for an extra yummy crunch. 

Edible Peanut Butter Playdough 

Use this edible peanut butter Playdough recipe to turn snack time into playtime with just two ingredients! Mix 1 part peanut butter and 1 part powdered sugar to whip up some fun (and tasty!) modeling clay. Turn it into hours of easy sensory play time with cookie cutters, sprinkles, and tools like the Spatty to squish and roll the day away. Kids will love the texture and, of course—the taste! 

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