SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Smucker’s Uncrustables Peanut Butter Sandwich

Smucker s Uncrustables Peanut Butter Sandwich

Smucker’s isn’t known for peanut butter. I’m just sayin’. (Spotted by Amanda Y at Target.)

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10 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Smucker’s Uncrustables Peanut Butter Sandwich”

  1. BORING! Could they done another nut flavor like almond or something? Change up the bread! Add chocolate chips in there

  2. I was wondering why this is anything special either. They already make these with pb and j, and pb and banana.

  3. I’ve never seen Smuckers pb and banana! Also their website says they have raspberry Uncrustables but I’ve never found them.

  4. It’s a very small segment in the Venn diagram of children who aren’t allergic to peanuts, mothers who don’t claim their child is “allergic” to gluten, and children who hate jelly.

  5. If you’re too lazy to take thirty seconds out of your day to make a peanut butter sandwich, you’re past hope

  6. I hate jelly, so on that level it sounds appealing, but I’m sure ridiculously expensive for something easy to make

  7. I wish they would bring back the grilled cheese version. That was fun and yummy.

    1. I liked the grilled cheese version also. Even I am not lazy enough to not be able to make my own peanut butter sandwich, so the rest has never appealed.

      But Smucker’s certainly is known for peanut butter. They’ve been making an excellent peanut butter made just from peanuts and salt (“natural” when that wasn’t a fad) for ages, in both smooth and crunchy versions. Really good, too, and I’m a peanut butter expert.

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