Peanut Butter and Jelly Loaf

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This Peanut Butter and Jelly Loaf has all the flavors of that nostalgic sandwich baked right in.

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With kiddos home from school for the summer, if your house is anything like mine was growing up, I bet your kitchen is seeing its fair share of PB&Js.

Nothing is faster for parents to whip together…and nothing is easier for kids to grab and eat on the go while they head out the door for more play. (Because when you’re 9 and it’s summer, food is of secondary importance after spending time outside with your friends.)

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