Peanut Butter Pizza

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About: My full time job as an Organ Grinder keeps me pretty busy but that's just small change. My part time work, as a Mohel, keeps me up to date on my student loans from UCLSD.

DUDE.... I eat lots of peanut butter.  Rarely do I eat Hippie Steaks (aka PB&J).  This instructable is more of a guide on how to make THE BEST PEANUT BUTTER IN THE WORLD.  The "pizza" is one of a few ways I munch on peanut butter.  I also spread it in pita bread and jam some sliced  banana in with it or I just eat it plain.
* This "recipe" is fast and off the hip!  The ingredients are "measured" to taste and change with each brand.

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Step 1: Ingredients

1. crunchy peanut butter.
2. honey.
3. raisins.
4. granola....this happens to be a local honey almond flavor.
5. pita bread.


Step 2: Store Brand Crunchy Peanut Butter

Using an old peanut butter jar, put a couple big scoops of your store brand peanut better in.
*I use a old peanut butter jar because the mouth is wide and MUCH easier to mix in.

Step 3: Raisins

Drop a good handful of raisins in there....don't be shy!

Step 4: Granola

Add your granola. Use a bit less as you did raisins because this will dry out your finish product.

Step 5: Honey

Add honey to taste but too much honey gets runny and it's not funny!
The idea is to add moisture back over the dry granola.

Step 6: Mix It Up

With one hand get a good grip on the jar.  Using a butter knife, in the other hand, get in to the bottom and mix thoroughly.   Once you have it mixed, give it a taste.  Add to it to get the desired taste you like.  I have been known to add a multitude of other items. Such as sunflower seeds, almonds, chocolate chips, coco mix,  smashed candy bars..................the possibilities are endless!

Step 7: The "pizza"

Cut up pita bread into slices.  Give a dab of your peanut butter to each slice.  Put on a plate and serve.

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    knuckel

    9 years ago on Introduction

     this instructabule has made my lunch, hear i am just checking my mail, and who ho a new subscriber, so i click your name and Thayer it is "peanut butter pizza" my peanut butter jar has been staring at me every time i walk past is but i don't like peanut butter alone . ^.^

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    bajablueonrust

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    lol... I shamed my husband into surrendering a jar of unopened Skippy (creamy) yesterday.

    The freshness expires in October, so I see quite a few PB recipes in the very near future.

    Thanks for the inspiration!

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    onrustbajablue

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I take old food bank PB and cook with the oil on top..... then I still can put life into it. Next time he questions your use, let the jar find a frontal lobe (just kidding). On a side note: I call a PB&J sandwich a "hippy steak"!