Peanut butter is one of those items that most people have on their pantry shelves, but they only use it for peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Your kitchen doesn’t have to be defined by the traditional use of peanut butter anymore. Check out these 10 uncommon ways to use peanut butter.
#1. Tricking your dog into taking their medicine. If you can’t get your dog to take their medicine, peanut butter does the trick every time! Please make sure your pet doesn’t have allergies and ensure you don’t give them too much peanut butter.
#2. Peanut butter makes an excellent way to lubricate items. Anything that may be a little stuck, give it a swipe of peanut butter and you’ll be good to go!
#3. Removing sticky items. If you have a sticker stuck to a counter or dish, rub it with peanut butter and it will come right off.
#4. Gum stuck in the hair. If you or someone you know has come stuck in their hair, use peanut butter to get it out. There’s nothing worse than gum in the hair. You can also use peanut butter to get gum out of a carpet.
#5. Use peanut butter to clean off leather furniture. It’s said that peanut butter has natural oils and can help to clean the leather better.
#6. Peanut butter can help hide unwelcomed smells. Whether you are cooking fish or burnt something on the stove, peanut butter can help get rid of the smell. Just cook a little of the peanut butter over the stove to release the aroma.
#7. Peanut butter is great as a drizzle. Try melting peanut butter and using it was a drizzle on things like ice cream, salads, and even quinoa. You can also use melted peanut butter as an awesome dressing on your salad.
#8. Peanut butter can be used as a cleaning aid. The oils in peanut butter make it the perfect solution for hard to clean spots. Try rubbing a dab of peanut butter on your glass stove to get rid of those hard to remove stains.
#9. Make edible playdough for your kids using peanut butter. You can use this awesome edible peanut butter playdough right here.
#10. Use peanut butter to catch a rodent. It seems as though rodents like peanut butter as much as humans. If you need to catch a mouse or rat, use a dab of peanut butter on the trap.
What is the most uncommon way you have ever used peanut butter? We would love to hear what works for you?