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National Peanut Butter Day

In honor of National Peanut Butter Day I thought I would write about some conventional and not so conventional ways to enjoy this diversely used ingredient.

Northern Indiana

Downtown Chesterton near the Indiana Dunes is already preparing for March 1st. Tonya’s Patisserie will prepare peanut butter granola to enjoy on this special day just for peanut butter consumers. So it may not be the specialty but they do offer plenty alternatives if peanut butter granola doesn’t tickle your fancy.

Tonya’s Patisserie located at 321 Broadway in Chesterton.

 

Southern Indiana

If you are in to peanut butter fudge you will find plenty waiting for you at the Santa Claus Christmas Store. Fresh made in southern Indiana. Treat yourself to a little gift of their peanut butter fudge where it’s Christmas all year round.

 Santa Claus Christmas Store is located at 33 N Kringle Pl in Santa Claus.

Eastern Indiana 

Lowery’s Candy in Muncie has a different take on peanut butter recipes. Yes it’s cold outside however a peanut butter smoothie with peanut butter chips which are chocolate covered peanut butter paradise. So if you are in to smoothies head east to Muncie to celebrate National Peanut Butter Day!

Lowery’s Candy is located at 6255 W. Kilgore Ave in Muncie.

So say you are not a sweet eater, how about trying out an unconventional way of eating peanut butter. Imagine ordering a hamburger topped with bacon, mayo, lettuce and a spoonful of creamy peanut butter. Yes, I said it. Huntington Indiana’s very own Brick House Grill offers a long-time menu favorite, the “D-bo’s Goober Burger”. If you are the adventurous type and enjoy such a mixture of flavors why not try it.

Brick House Grill is located at 19 Washington St in Huntington.

Western Indiana

The Brick House Grill is not the only place to sink your teeth into another exciting menu item. If you have ever been to Triple XXX Family Restaurant, chances are you’ve seen this infamous burger on the menu. The Duane Purvis Burger consists of fresh ground sirloin which also happens to have peanut butter on it. Greg Ehresman, the burger’s creator shares, “You either love it or you don’t”. However, if you decide to bite into this not so average burger chances are you will not be disappointed. The creator’s key is to add just the right amount of peanut butter to compliment the smoky yet nutty flavor of the burger.

Triple XXX Family Restaurant is located at 2 N Salisbury St in West Lafayette.

 South Central Indiana  

Visit beautiful Brown County for a variety of delicious peanut butter treats. There are several places to indulge in delectable desserts for National Peanut Butter Day.

Nashville Candy Store is more than just an average candy store the tiger butter fudge which consists of vanilla fudge layered with peanut butter and topped with a drizzle of chocolate fudge which is also a best seller even if you aren’t celebrating your love of peanut butter on National Peanut Butter Day.

Nashville Candy Store is located at 41 S Van Buren St in Nashville IN.

The Candy Emporium does peanut butter a little different they take an ordinary Ritz Peanut Butter Cracker and turn it into a chocolate covered delight. All in one bite you can enjoy a salty and sweet flavor explosion.

The Candy Emporium is located at 58 W Main St in Nashville.
 

There are so many choices so whether you are a peanut butter fanatic or just a enjoy it from time to time, National Peanut Butter Day is one day to be adventurous or simply just enjoy one of many treats Indiana owned bakeries and cafes have to offer.

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Written by : Amanda, an Indiana University (IUPUI) graduate, is a wife and working mother of two. She spends her free time exploring local nature trails, antiquing and finding unique dining experiences at local restaurants with her husband. Her passion for other cultures, reading and writing has always been the drive behind her ambition. Amanda has lived in Indiana her whole life and since graduating from IUPUI Amanda has worked as a marketing manager until recently when she joined the Indiana Office of Tourism asa Visitor Service and Outreach Manager.