For peanut butter lovers, few things are as satisfying as a thickly-spread peanut butter sandwich washed down with a cold glass of milk.
Jelly provides a tasty – but optional – layer of flavor, texture and fruity complexity. However, as simple and adorable as this wholesome, filling snack seems, there are a few obstacles to deal with.
The bread, in particular, can be difficult to work with, especially if you have selected a softer variety of sandwich shingle. The pieces can tear under the pressure of the thick PB as applied by a knife. Then, there’s the knife…have one handy? No? Wow. No sandwich for you.
Now, think about an almost empty jar of spread. So much is stuck to the sides. You can scrape all you want but most of it will still stay in the jar or stuck to your hand.
Well fret no more, my peanut-butter-lovin’ friends. Because Andy Scherer, dad of five peanut-butter-eating kids (now grown [but still eating PBJs of course]), brings us his genius and long overdue invention:
The Peanut Butter Pump
The pump is designed to fit onto any 40-ounce peanut butter jar. As peanut butter partakers pump, the device scapes the sides so there is no waste or knuckle-licking. Any amount can be dispensed on bread, apple slices, celery sticks, buffalo wings, etc.
Two different nozzles are available to maximize your experience, including a streaming style for smoothies, milk shakes and all manner of snacks. Measuring for recipes and clean up is a breeze, and it can even be used for crunchy varieties.
It’s here, y’all. It’s really here. Go to Indiegogo to find out how to change your life.