We once had a small, dirty, skinny dog last year appear at our house, walk in the front door, and act like he owned the place. We tried to feed him both wet and dry dog food, and he absolutely refused. I must have offered him 10 different things before I discovered the only food he loved was peanut butter. I fed him peanut butter 3 times a day. ..Henceforth we called him “Peanut” and he stole our hearts with his snuggly cuteness, and we had decided to keep him..and one day, after living with us over a month, he disappeared. I was worried sick about him and found him being walked by his overjoyed owner 3 days later.
His name was apparently “Oreo”. He will always be my li’l Peanut though. I enjoy seeing his owner walking him every once in a while because he still perks up and wags his tail when I say “Peanut”!
The reason I tell this story is that today is an incredibly important day among American Holidays. If it were up to me, we would all have the day off and eat these blondies together with some milk(or in my case Almond milk).
It’s NATIONAL PEANUT BUTTER DAY !
We go through 1 jar per week, minimum. This week the jar ran out on Tuesday. We bought it Sunday. Something is wrong with that, really but my excuse is I have been cooking and baking with nut butter lately.
These blondies have zero refined sugar, flour, or butter and taste peanutty.
You might be surprised at the ingredient list, but I will let you discover what’s inside on your own …hehehe.