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Tami Jo Eaton says ...
Straight from the jar with a spoon, graham cracker or celery stick. If I were stranded on an island and could only have one thing, I would ask for a really big jar!
03/11/2010 1:39:08 PM CST
court says ...
We LOVE peanut butter in our house. I love it, my husband loves it, our 2-year old loves it and the dog loves it. We have an endless parade of kids coming and going at all hours and peanut butter saves us. It is cheap, quick and easy and the kids love it. We have peanut butter sandwiches and peanut butter on apples on a daily basis. With summer coming up, we will be going on more picnics and walks and would put a case of your yummy peanut butter to very good use.
03/11/2010 1:42:36 PM CST
Heather Oswald says ...
Peanut Butter is a family favorite. I can remember seeing my mom and sister fight over the top layer and now my children do it. We use alot of creamy peanut butter on sandwiches and wraps, treats and cookies, wonderful sauces, and all by itself as a dip. I can't imagine it would be difficult to use a case. It's the all American treat.
03/11/2010 1:47:36 PM CST
Faith says ...
I would make these three recipes over and over again. They are easy recipes for my 8 year old daughter to make on her own, or perfect for me to use to teach my younger girls how to cook. Yum. Just thinking about the No Bake Oatmeal Bars, makes me want to make them. http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/peanut-butter-granola-balls http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/No-Bake-Chocolate-Oat-Bars/Detail.aspx http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Peanut-Sauce-I/Detail.aspx Thank you Everyday Food & Allrecipes.com
03/11/2010 1:49:28 PM CST
Marie says ...
I'm boring - just eat peanut butter on sandwiches. No jelly. Lots of peanut butter.
03/11/2010 1:56:13 PM CST
Stephanie says ...
An entire case of peanut butter! This is the *BEST* giveaway I have come across in a long time. We go through peanut butter like crazy here. My 3-year-old and I make peanut butter balls almost weekly. We also love making peanut butter cookies...and spreading peanut butter on Ritz crackers...and swirling it in ice cream! So many uses. P.S. Can you please build a Whole Foods Market in Vail, AZ? Thank you. :)
03/11/2010 1:57:48 PM CST
Linda Troutman says ...
Grew up on smooth peanut butter but fell in love with crunchy when it was introduced. PB is delicious on bananas, celery, cinnamon/raisin English muffins, Irish soda bread, etc. My husband loves banana/peanut butter sandwiches. Since he is diabetic, I microwave PB and sugar-free chocolate topping to make them more pliable and spoon them over no-sugar added yogurt so he doesn't feel deprived of a treat. Whoever wins the case of PB will be a lucky person.
03/11/2010 2:03:45 PM CST
ally says ...
I like thai peanut noodles and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and peanut butter on celery and in oatmeal, but for me, it's really all about the cookies. fresh out of the oven peanut butter cookies just make me melt.
03/11/2010 2:06:36 PM CST
selena&rand carpenter says ...
We spent 3.5 years in Haiti with our two young kids. Although not many people outside of that small country know it, but they make the BEST peanut butter around. In Haitian Creole (spoken only in Haiti), it is called "mamba" and it's made in almost every village. A typical breakfast on the street is warm, freshly baked bread spread with freshly ground peanut butter made from locally grown peanuts. BUT the best part of the peanut butter is that they make it spicy, "avek piman" (with peppers). YUM. We always put it in spaghetti sauce to add some needed protein...and in just about anything else we could think of.
03/11/2010 2:07:44 PM CST
valerie hydrick says ...
Like most of us I just LOVE LOVE peanut butter. with a house full of boys and myself a jar of peanut butter doesn't last long. My husband is in the Army and is gone ALOT so he loves when at all possible to try and find a new way to incorporate peanut butter into a mail. some ways have become very creative such as a sauce or with noodles, pancakes. so this case of peanut butter would not only give us a lot of new ways to enjoy but also alot of together time to find new ways to "invent" to use it!
03/11/2010 2:09:04 PM CST
Lori P. says ...
My husband and I love, love, LOVE peanut butter! We eat it almost every day. We can go through twolarge container of WFM's fresh ground peanut butter in less than 24 hours! A little obsessive? Yes! But we're okay with it! :) We eat it in oatmeal, on toast, english muffins, and even pita bread. We love it on 365 Woven Wheats - so delicious! And of course PB&J sandwiches! We even eat it straight from the jar with a spoon sometimes! And all that's not even mentioning all the baking and cooking we do with it...
03/11/2010 2:31:26 PM CST
Judith Conrad says ...
I have loved peanut butter since I was a child in PB&J sandwiches as well as candy bars. I still love those but ever since I tried "natural Peanut butter" I only purchase it as besides the better taste it does not contain any additives and trans fats. At home I make PB cookies, frosting for cakes, and homemade candy. For a quick snack, I put it on saltine crackers. With a whole case of PB, I could try more recipes and share with my friends.
03/11/2010 2:32:19 PM CST
Carmen says ...
We are a peanut butter eating household. Peanut butter goes into everything from snacks, to main course ingredients, to desserts. Snacks: apples or celery with peanut butter and raisins, peanut butter logs rolled in granola, peanut butter and chow mein noodles. Sandwiches: PB&J, PB and honey, or PB and marshmallow creme. Peanut butter and coconut sauce for satay, Thai noodles, or stir fry. Dessert: PB frosting for angel food cake, PB cookies, PB brownie swirls, or PB cups (dipped in melted chocolate). My favorite, oatmeal with peanut butter and raisins. It's also a terrific treat for the pooch.
03/11/2010 2:35:12 PM CST
SaraR says ...
I like my peanut butter on a spoon with some chocolate chips sprinkled on top. Or with a banana on whole wheat bread and in the panini maker (of course with chocolate chips would make it even yummier). I also like it on my girls' left over peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that I finish up instead of throwing away. A case would certainly lead to many of these yummies.
03/11/2010 2:37:24 PM CST
Jen B says ...
Peanut Butter is a staple in my house. My fiance has PB & J for lunch every single day and has done so for over a year now!!! It's not just an economical issue since I lost my job 2 years ago, but he really does like his peanut butter sandwiches that much. Recently, though, I was disgusted to find out corn syrup was hanging out in our regular peanut butter and was disturbed at what I was finding out when I decided to research this. We've decided to make the switch to organic and I've become committed to making as much as I can from scratch. Since my fiance loves Peanut Butter so much, not only will he be having healthier peanut butter sandwiches, but peanut butter cookies. I'll probably be making chocolate peanut butter cups to stir into our home made ice cream as well. I have a wedding coming up where I'm making cheesecakes for the groom. One of them will be peanut butter. Peanut Butter is also good in asian noodle dishes and blended with banana and yogurt for a breakfast smoothie. Oh, and it's a great addition to homemade granola bars too!
03/11/2010 2:39:40 PM CST
Mary Allison says ...
Me and my running partners enjoy peanut butter on bagels after our weekend long runs. We always start our long runs from some place that serves bagels or toast, so it's convenient for us to fuel ourselves right after our run. I remember during the peanut recalls, not long ago, how nobody would serve peanut butter... so we started bringing our own. Nobody ever complained about us bringing our own food, but we definitely needed the protein after those hard workouts.
03/11/2010 2:46:34 PM CST
Laura Ewald says ...
I just love to take some corn chips and dip them in any peanut butter I can find, my favorite though is extra crunchy!
03/11/2010 2:48:07 PM CST
Annette says ...
I eat peanut butter in my protein shake in the morning. On the weekends I go for long bike rides and I bring peanut butter, banana, and honey sandwiches with me to keep me going. During the day if I eat an apple,it has to have peanut butter on it. If I have ice cream at night, I like to throw a spoon full of peanut butter in it. While I'm at work I keep an extra jar of peanut butter with me and eat it right off the spoon. I love peanut butter and can find just about anything to eat it with or all by itself! It's such a great source of protein and satisfies me.
03/11/2010 2:56:44 PM CST
Marlena U. says ...
We LOVE peanut butter and I can't seem to get enough of it since being pregnant. I love PB on toast for breakfast, apple slices dipped in PB for a snack and of course, a nice piece of dark chocolate dipped in PB to finish off the day! YUM!
03/11/2010 3:01:13 PM CST
Cynthia Marshall says ...
With a case of peanut butter, I would teach myself how to make my favorite candy, peanut butter cups. I'd go on a peanut butter cup spree, sharing my bon-bons with everyone I could think of -- friends at the gym, quilting friends, neighbors, and anyone else who crossed my path. Ah bliss!
03/11/2010 3:32:09 PM CST
Jessie says ...
I love peanut butter on a slice of crusty whole grain bread with sliced banana! So good!
03/11/2010 3:49:50 PM CST
Linda K. says ...
Since our daughter has to eat gluten free we use a lot of peanut butter. We love gluten free cookies, she's in college and takes a lot of peanut butter in a container with gluten free crackers for her lunch on the go with good energy, and we love to make "Puppy Chow" for dessert that's gluten free & it calls from peanut butter so, we use a lot. All her non-Celiac friends eat up the Puppy Chow too.
03/11/2010 3:54:00 PM CST
Giulio says ...
With Passover just around the corner, there is no yummier way to enjoy whole wheat matzos than with peanut butter and a fruit topping. That takes care of a jar or two right there. What would I do with the rest? Use it in oriental pasta dishes; make peanut butter and sauerkraut sushi rolls; mix it with soy sauce and put it on top of sliced tofu for baked tofu; make a pasta sauce with peanut butter and miso; and, of course, make peanut butter cookies. If there's any left, (I doubt it) I'd just eat it with a spoon.
03/11/2010 3:56:46 PM CST
Tanya Bos says ...
I would be baking so many delicious peanut butter treats, and that is how I would enjoy it the most. In fact, I have a pan of choco-peanut butter swirl brownies baking at this very moment! Oh, and my three year old must have either mac and cheese or Peanut Butter Jelly sandwiches every day....
03/11/2010 4:25:13 PM CST
Daria McDermott says ...
I eat peanut butter every single day, so the thought of winning an entire case would be indescribable. Or would it? What would I do with all of that peanut butter? As a writer, I would create a peanut butter blog where I post a different peanut butter sandwich recipe each day. My favorite recipe came to me by great accident recently. Toasted whole grain bread, a slather of organic peanut butter, only to be out of jam! I had some fresh blackberries in the fridge. I put about a quarter cup of them in an oven safe microwave glass with a pinch of sugar for 30 seconds. Poured the "pie filling" onto the peanut buttered toast and drizzled with organic honey. Now, don't you want a few more recipes like that one?
03/11/2010 4:28:47 PM CST

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