Keep your peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich from getting soggy by spreading peanut butter on both pieces of bread and then spreading the jelly in the middle.
i also take one normal slice of bread and one slice of bread from the end of the loaf. i put the jelly on the one from the end so it doesn’t go through because it’s too thick. but if you don’t like eating bread that’s covered with crust, this trick works too…
YES! I have been looking for a way to keep sandwiches from getting soggy for years, and years. Thank you so much for posting this idea!
I like my PB & J soggy but good idea
We toast the bread first. It is crunchy when you make the sandwich, but after a few hours it softens, but it doesn’t get soggy.
I ALWAYS eat penutbutter and jelly for school.
you cant go wrong with pb and J
Use tortilla to make peanut and butter sandwiches, you also don’t need to worry about soggy bread or squished bread.
Something else that gets messy when packed is a cupcake. My mom cuts the cupcake in half and puts the icing in the middle. That way the icing doesn’t come off with the plastic wrap.
Usefull but simple… i like it
Another idea to keep bread from getting soggy is to mix the jelly with the PB before you spread onto the bread. Your bread doesn’t get soggy as fast and the jelly doesn’t leak out!
i actually like those soggy peanut butter and jelly sandwiches there is something about them that just make me feel soo good
That is a really good idea. My mom always seems to pack these soggy sandwiches for outings and hikes, but now I see that she probably just isn’t making them the right way! I’ll mention that to her so maybe she can improve a little. The school lunch sandwiches might need to try that trick too. But I’m not sure if the sandwiches would improve. They taste like solid rock. (Tasteless, to be exact.)
I used to make PB&J like this for my dad but stopped when he complained that the jelly kept sliding out.
Now that is a great idea. Thank you
u culd just frese the bred 4 a dai. then, u spred the jeli and penut buter
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