Pan de Manila Peanut Butter

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

I'm not a peanut butter person due to the fact that most peanut butter is too sweet for my taste. It's really hard to find the perfect blend. I would love to make it homemade but my blender already gave up on me and the last homemade spread I made was cookie butter.

We had no choice at this moment (until i had enough budget for a new food processor) but to consume store-bought peanut butter. I visited several groceries (SM, Rustan's & Landmark) but failed miserably. They have imported and local brands but I already tried them. I didn't like it. I once bought a local brand at SM but they no longer carry Ehje's. So sad. :(

I could definitely order from them directly but I want the product to be available to every grocery store near our home just in case we run out of stock. Laguna is far from us and online buying is out because of shipping time. I don't want to be bothered with trivial problems (the package got loss, etc)

Can you sense the desperation for a good peanut butter? I am desperate because you see hubby cannot consume a huge amount of sugar due to his health and you know how guys behave when no one is looking. They eat like there's no tomorrow and finishing a bottle of peanut butter will no longer be a surprise. It is a done deal for him.

So when I read online that Pan de Manila is also carrying a good peanut butter, I rushed to the nearest branch and bought the largest size. It was love at first taste. Perfect for our taste I even recommend it to my mom and she also loves it too. As of this writing, there's a small amount of peanut butter in the jar and will be gone before this week ends.

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