People who don’t like jam and jelly can agree that what’s the difference between peanut butter and jam? Either one is good in its own right. But for some reason, for a lot of people, jam and jelly are a lot less tasty.
In this case, it’s because peanut butter comes with both the natural and artificial flavoring ingredients. That’s right; a jar of honey-flavored jam is also a jar of peanut butter. Yes, that’s right, honey-flavored jams and jellies, no matter how much we like peanut butter are still
jam and jelly. However, I’m willing to bet that most jam and jelly lovers wouldn’t mind that a little bit, even if it was a little less delicious.
However, a jam or jelly that is already jam and jelly is not an adequate substitute for a jar of peanut butter. If you’re shopping around for a pot of jam, you probably aren’t going to find a jar of peanut butter that will do the trick either. However, you might be able to find a pot of just peanut butter, but most likely, it won’t taste nearly as good as the jam and jelly you love so much. Don’t
let that deter you.
Difference Between Peanut butter and Jam
Did you know that your house could smell great as you eat your favorite peanut butter and jelly?
You do not imagine things! Peanut butter has a natural substance called mono and polysorbate 80. It’s this chemical that gives its rich, nutty taste. And it’s that same powerful combination of properties that makes it the preferred alternative to jam and jelly. However, the concentration of the chemical is significantly lower in jam and jelly than it is in peanut butter. So if you have a jar of
jam with no peanut butter in it, you’ll miss out on one of the best features of a jar of jam and jelly.
Now, don’t let me discourage you from using jam and jelly if you enjoy both of these delicious cookies alternatives. If you don’t have any peanut butter in your pantry, use a teaspoonful of jam and jelly as a substitute, and you’ll enjoy a delicious dessert. For those of you who can’t seem to decide between jam and jelly, make up your jam and jelly. Fill a jar with half peanut butter and half fruit puree, add enough sugar to make it slightly
sweet, and cover tightly with plastic wrap. Let it sit at room temperature for Many Months. Use the mixture as you would jam and jelly. If you do like jam and jelly but don’t want to make up your own, keep a few cans of jam and jelly on hand. Once in a while, you can serve the mixture with sweet potato fries, burgers, or ice cream. For an excellent topping for burgers and ice cream, mix some margarine, honey, and a little bit of vanilla. Then pour that over your favorite burger or ice cream. Mix it up slowly; you don’t want any margarine or honey clumping together.
If you have hot dogs at your next picnic, but you want to keep the use of peanut butter to a minimum, pour some canned grape jelly over the meat. It’s much like dipping hot dogs in a corn dog. The combination of the sweet and salty is irresistible.