You’re the Peanut Butter to my Jelly

Throughout childhood my best friend and I played a long running game called, “You’re the Peanut Butter to my Jelly”.  We always began with good old PB&J and ended  with crazy combinations like “You’re the eye to my eyedrops”.

Nerds?  Maybe, but all these years later this special memory still bring a smile to my face.  With her birthday coming up pretty soon, I thought it would be fun to recreate our favorite game in cookie form .

PB&J Cookies 1a

There are a number of cookie cutters that will work for this project.  My favorites are this Wilton jersey, a top hat from Hobby Lobby {available around St. Patrick’s Day}, and a simple onesie.

PB&J Cookies 1b

Because I already had an idea in mind I trimmed the shapes to my liking with a small heart cutter and a very sharp knife.

PB&J Cookies 2If you would like to create a double cookie it works best to piece the cookies together before trimming.

PB&J Cookies 3

To make these cookies you will need:

Begin by outlining the crust area with a #4 tip.

PB&J Cookies 4

Next, fill the cookie with ivory 20-second icing leaving an open space like the one below .  Let the cookie dry for an hour or two.

PB&J Cookies 5

Fill the empty spaces with either “grape” or “peanut butter” 20-second icing and let dry overnight.

PB&J Cookies 6

If you’d like, use black icing {#1.5 tip} to add eyes and a smile and pink for sweet little cheeks.

PB&J Cookies 7

Here are both versions.  Notice the double cookie is a little on the large size.  If you’d like a smaller version, a {small} onesie cutter works well after trimming.

PB&J Cookies 8

Like I said, we could play for hours.  Eventually things would get so silly we’d do more laughing than talking.

You’re the cheese to my pizza, the milk to my cookies, the salt to my pepper, the ketchup to my french fries, the butter to my popcorn…the list goes on an on.

We Belong Together Cookies

Just peanut butter and jelly, some things…like me and my bestie, were meant to be.

PB&J Cookie HR

I love ya, Ness!

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  1. 51
    Arjun Kanuri says:

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  2. 52
    Anji says:

    I love these so much but even with the how to instructions I don’t feel confident I could create them. I’d definitely pay money for those! They are sooooooooo cute!!!

  3. 53
    Vickie says:

    Love these! I actually found a slice of bread cutter at The Machine Shed and will definitely be giving this a whirl! Thanks! :)

  4. 54
    Anita says:

    These are SO adorable! You are SO creative! Your imagination is amazing! I’d love to try these but not sure they’d look as beautiful! :)

  5. 55
    lorena says:

    i will try this as my first cookie adventure so nervous

  6. 56
    Charlene G says:

    So creative!! Love your site, have learned so much. Thanks for sharing your incredible talent!

  7. 57
    Esmée says:

    I like these smiley foods!

  8. 58
    Nessa says:

    These are sooo cute. you sure do have talent. what a wonderful way to express ur childhood joy and ur love for someone.

  9. 59

    Some of my favorite cookies ever..still:)

  10. 60
    aida diaz says:

    Superior me encantan tus ideas sólo quiero preguntar como unir las galletas armadas de diferentes cortadores, ya que lo he intentado y se separan al hornear si me contestan mil gracias será excelente muchos saludos.

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