Note: I probably was too carried away with peaches in the food processor. That is why it looks so thin. You can also use this same idea to make a topping for pasta and or pizzas.... https://www.instructables.com/id/Peanut-butter-and-jelly-pizza/
See also: https://www.instructables.com/id/Our-food-instructables/
Step 1: What's Needed
Unsalted peanuts. (You might could use lightly salted peanuts if you are addicted to salt)
Fresh fruit or canned fruit will do in a pinch.
Olive oil (not extra virgin unless you are a glutton for punishment)
Bread (You could make your own bread and really make it home made. https://www.instructables.com/id/Italitex-Bread/
Personal food processor
Paring knife (if you need to peel fruit).
Butter knife (for spreading the PB&J)
Separate containers for PB&J.
Can opener. (if you do not use fresh fruit.
Step 2: Do the Peanuts.
Add oil to about 1/4 inch up the container. A little practice will let you know the correct amount.
Add spices if you wish.
Grind the peanut and oil mixture to you favorite consistency. We like crunchy.
Empty to a separate container and chill well. The mixture will tighten up a bit during the chill process.
Optional: Roast your peanuts in the oven first to get and even deeper taste.
Step 3: Do the Jelly.
Fill the personal food processor with the pared or canned fruit.
Grind just enough to be a think slurry. Keeping chunks will make it easier to spread later.
Empty into a container and chill.
Step 4: Time to Eat.
Spread the jelly on one piece of bread.
Spread the peanut slurry on another piece of bread.
Join the two pieces of bread together so the PB&J is on the inside.
You can slice the sandwiches if you wish.