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Amish Peanut Butter

This is my version of the sweet peanut butter spread the Ohio Amish put on every table in their wonderful buffet restaurants. They add a lot more corn syrup than I do to make it thinner and easier to pour or squirt out of a squeeze bottle. I like the thicker version that doesn't drip or make as much of a mess in the RV. This is a versatile spread or topping that goes with almost any meal. Try it on toast at breakfast, sliced apples for a snack, on bread or rolls at lunch or on ice cream after dinner.

Feel free to adjust the quantity of each ingredient to your liking. Play around with it and try it on different foods. It's especially good on graham crackers and reminds me of Fluffer Nutters from my childhood.

Ingredients

 1 cup peanut butter, creamy or chunky
 1 cup Marshmallow Fluff
 2 Tablespoons maple syrup
 1/4 cup light corn syrup

Directions

Mix everything together and enjoy. That's all there is to it.

If the mixture is too thick, adding more light corn syrup helps keep it soft and creamy enough to spread without changing the taste too much. The amount of corn syrup is up to your personal preference. I use a little less because I like mine to be a little thicker, about the consistency of soft cream cheese. In the Amish restaurants they add a lot more corn syrup to make it runny enough to work in a squeeze bottle.

Store covered at room temperature. Keeps for weeks in the RV pantry. It gets more stiff when stored in the fridge but 10 or 20 seconds in the microwave turns it soft again.


Serves: 2 to 8
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