A PB&J is pretty much the simplest meal a human can make. But when it comes to mom and food blogger Bev Weidner (a.k.a. Bev Cooks), a PB&J is anything but simple.
Weidner recently starred in a video for the Food Network's Facebook page, where she teaches you, "the brilliant peanut butter hack you never knew you needed!" Before the video even starts, it's clear there is no peanut butter hack I never knew I needed.
Her hack is called Peanut Butter Slices, and it involves spreading blobs of peanut butter on parchment paper, folding the paper in half to conceal the PB, and then using a rolling pin to flatten the concoction. Then, put it in the freezer overnight. In the morning, take your frozen peanut butter blob out, use kitchen shears to cut the flattened PB into bread-sized squares, peel the parchment paper off, and place the PB on your bread.