This recipe solves the age-old problem of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich becoming boring. Make these bite-sized pinwheels for a snack or to serve as an appetizer at your next kids’ party.
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Popcorn Party Mix
Your favorite snack mix will never look the same. In addition to the tried and true party mix flavors, popcorn gives the old-school snack a buttery twist.This recipe is courtesy of Orville Redenbacher’s.
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For November, Chef Qui took the classic ingredient of butternut squash and created a fresh Butternut Squash Slaw with Roasted Peanuts and Nouc Cham.
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For an elegant and easy dessert, try these chocolate and peanut butter stacks.  Recipe courtesy of Keri Bassett at www.shakentogetherlife.com
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This is one of the first cocktails created for Mountain Brook, AL’s restaurant Ollie Irene, and is an adult twist on the Southern custom of throwing a few salted peanuts into a Coke bottle and allowing it to marinate until the last sip.  It’s simple to put together – just combine Jack Daniels, Coke, and peanut orgeat (an old fashioned peanut syrup).  Click here to see 24 Southern Dishes That You Need to Know How to Make
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This recipe is a great play on the traditional peanut butter sandwich that most children love and enjoy. This particular grilled cheese elevates the original by adding banana and Monterey Jack cheese to create an unexpected flavor combination that creates a new experience for children. (pg 104)
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Monster Munch
This recipe comes from Sally's Baking Addiction, by Sally McKenney. This snack mix is made up of fall favorites like honey roasted peanuts, caramel corn and pretzels for a salty-sweet snack to satisfy any craving. Click Here for More Snack Mix Recipes
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Pot O’ Gold
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A crunchy mix of sweet cereal, roasted peanuts, candy-coated chocolates, and pretzels, this snack mix is a perfect fit for your St. Patrick’s Day party. Recipe courtesy of The Emeals Blog.
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Top your summer burgers and/or hot dogs with the slaw of bursting flavor, or enjoy it as is!
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The Daily Meal has already shown you how to make some of your favorite Halloween candy at home — now, we show you how to recreate the magic in your cocktail. Our Snickers Bar cocktail, made by Jim Reis at the Rosewod Inn of the Anasazi in Santa Fe, N.M., is sure to be a hit long after Halloween is over. 
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Peanut Butter Nutella Cookies
My father makes fantastic Linzer cookies. With fresh raspberry preserves in tow, he fills perfectly baked and flower-shaped cookies. Though I love being traditional, I thought it time to switch it up. Many an Italian loves Nutella and many an American loves peanut butter and there isn't anyone who doesn't love a good sandwich cookie. Well, what do happens when it all comes together? Bliss. Bad day? Have one of these bad boys, perfect for chocoholics and peanut butter lovers alike. These cookies will even keep peace amongst enemies; they're so distractingly delightful.  Click here to see more peanut recipes.
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Broiled Chicken
A quick-and-easy recipe for chicken that's topped with crunchy peanuts. Try serving it with roasted vegetables like asparagus as shown or even wild rice. Click here to see more peanut recipes.
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