Happy Happy Friday everybody!!! How are y’all doing? For those of you that have started back to school (or have kids that have started back to school), y’all doing alright? I know how crazy banana pants for everyone the first couple of weeks back can be so I thought I’d check in on everyone haha. Today’s post is keeping with the theme of simplicity like it has been all week, because who needs fun foods made complicated, amiright?
I almost don’t even want to admit where I got this recipe, because y’all, this one came straight off the top of the Jif Whips Peanut Butter container. BTW just so y’all know, the Jif Whips Peanut Butter is the freaking bee’s knees, and no I’m not being paid or sponsored to say that, but I love you guys and want you to know how good it is.
Not only is the texture nice and whipped and fluffy, but it’s also slightly lower in fat, calories and carbs than regular peanut butter. I put 1/2 a serving of it in my oatmeal almost every morning, and it’s pure magic, like I literally take as long as possible to eat it because it’s so delicious. Anyways, back to this delicious dessert dip. The top of the peanut butter container had this recipe on it, but they called it an orange peanut butter dip because their original recipe had orange marmalade in it, and honestly I wasn’t really feeling that so I substituted raspberry jelly instead.
Let me tell you guys, if you love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, you’re gonna freaking love this dip. It tastes like a more decadent (thank you Cool Whip) peanut butter and jelly sandwich, that you then get to dip pretzels (or cookies or fruit) in, drooool. I also may have doubled the amount of Cool Whip, because, why not? If you’re looking for something super easy and fun to make tonight or this weekend, I definitely recommend this glorious dip. Have a wonderful weekend and thank you so much for stopping by!
whipped peanut butter…
and whipped topping, mix these all together…
- 1 (15 Ounce) Container of Jif Whips Peanut Butter.
- 1 (12 Ounce) Jar of Seedless Raspberry Jam.
- 2 Cups of Thawed Whipped Topping.
- Mini Salted Pretzels for Dipping (Optional).
- Graham Cracker or Cookies for Dipping (Optional).
- In a large bowl, place the peanut butter and jelly and stir together.
- Now fold in your whipped topping until just blended.
- Serve with pretzels, cookies or even fresh fruit (whatever you like) and enjoy!!!
- Feel free to substitute the raspberry jam for one that you prefer, or even the orange marmalade that the original recipe called for.