Skippy Squeeze It Creamy Peanut Butter
Taste test: This might be the greatest advance in peanut butter technology in years.
Then again, it might be the only one. Basically, they've filled a modified toothpaste tube with peanut butter. This allows you to put peanut butter on a sandwich without using a knife to scoop it out and spread it. In theory, it seems like a good idea. The peanut butter tastes pretty much the same as Skippy's creamy peanut butter in a jar. If you've got some time on your hands, you can actually make a peanut butter sandwich this way. But after trying this once, you'll realize how much more efficient the old jar-and-knife method actually is. Doing the same thing with this tube can take a really long time. Personally, I prefer to do away with the bread altogether: I usually just get a spoonful of peanut butter and make that my meal. I can't see any advantage to the tube if you eat peanut butter my way. It takes longer to fill up the spoon, and you still need a spoon.
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Smell test: Smells like peanut butter.
From the package: “New!” ... “Squeeze the fun!™” ... “Lose the knife!” ... “Fast & easy to squeeze on bread, fruit, ice cream, snacks ... anything!”
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Company: Unilever Bestfoods
Categories for this snack:
- Peanut Butter Snacks (339 snacks)
This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published .
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