What’s In Your PB&J? (Part 1)
Everyone loves a good PB&J, bread, peanut butter and jelly is one of the easiest sandwiches to make and is very portable. There is however a wide variety to this sandwich that can take a turn for the good or for the worse.
Here is the LisaFIT take on this traditional sandwich. I use a high protein bread that has 15 ingredients that I can pronounce and recognize as a food. Instead of peanut butter I like almond butter. It’s just a preference, you can use cashew butter too just make sure there are no added ingredients like oils, salt or sugar. Instead of jam or jelly I use fresh blueberries. My biggest issue with jams and jellies is that they are always made with added sugar or corn syrup. Fruit is sweet. Fruit is sugar. There is no need to add anything to it.
What’s in your PB&J.
Read tomorrows post as I dissect the “healthy” version or what is called the “low calorie, low fat, no sugar PB&J”. Yikes!