What does PB&J stand for?

Peanut butter and jelly

PB&J is one of the most famous American lunchtime sandwiches. It consists of peanut butter (crunchy, smooth, etc.) and jelly (strawberry, grape, etc.).

The sandwich's invention dates back to at least the 19th century and has been enjoyed by millions since. There are many techniques for creating a PB&J, and it depends on the person as to how much jelly or peanut butter should make up the sandwich.

You will most likely hear people say PB&J in person, whether requesting a sandwich for home lunch or at the cafe. You might also see PB&J in texts and online messages.


PB&J sandwiches always remind me of my school lunches in my childhood

Batch of PB&J

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Updated April 25, 2022

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