Peanut Butter and Jelly Playdate

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Kids and peanut butter and jelly are natural bossum buddies. So when I suggested a play-date based around their favorite anytime food for Festivities Magazine there were cheers all around!


We made peanut butter treats of all shapes and sized from peanut butter pie pops to peanut butter cups. The entire inspiration for this party came from a cakepan--one shaped like  a giant piece of bread that was perfect for decorating to look like a  big peanut butter sandwich. Tall glasses of milk were served to wash down all the peanut butter that was consumed.

Design Inspiration

A sandwich shaped cake pan. Crazy!

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