From Taste of Home comes a recipe for a Peanut Butter 'N' Jelly cake.
If bread is more your style, then this PB & J Bread recipe from I Really Like Food should do just fine.
The Food Network offers up PB & J Pancakes.
You can find a recipe for PB & J shortbread at Everything is Better with Bacon.
Cheryl at Smithsonian Mag spotted this deep-fried PB & J on a stick at a country fair. If you want to try an at-home version, check out this recipe from Troop 701.
Steve at Grathio Labs shares his recipe for his PBJ-Cream Cone.
If cones aren't your thing, how about PB & J Pops from Martha?
Milkshakes more your style? Then you'll want to see this concoction courtesy of the 50s Prime Time Cafe at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
As they say, candy is dandy but liquor is quicker. The PB & Jelly cocktails from BarMeister will surely go down fast. There are 3 versions to choose from, including PB & J #1, PB & J #2 and PB & J #3.
And finally, we have this...a PB & J Jell-O Shot courtesy of My Science Project:
3 oz. package grape Jell-O
8 oz. (1 cup) boiling water
8 oz. vodka
1 envelope plain gelatin
8oz. (1 cup) cold water
2 Tbsp. peanut butter
2 oz. Bailey’s Irish cream
2 oz. Amaretto
2 oz. butterscotch schnapps or hazelnut liqueur
Sprinkle gelatin powder over cold water in top pan of double boiler. Let sit for a few minutes. Heat gelatin in double boiler over hot water until it liquefies. Add peanut butter, heat and stir until peanut butter is completely melted into gelatin. Remove from heat, let cool to room temperature, then add combined liquors. Fill cups halfway with peanut butter mixture, chill for 2 hours, then top with grape mixture and chill again. (For dozen more Jell-O Shot recipes, follow this link to MSP.)
So, have we missed any yummy/unusual/just plain weird PB & J creations? If so, let us know! (The Cuisipro Peanut Butter and Jelly Spreader featured in the primary pic is available at Amazon for about $8.50.)