No matter how many times I get peanut putter out of the peanut butter jar, if the level of peanut butter is below half of the jar, I'm going to get some peanut butter on my knuckles while I try to squeeze my hand in with a knife. Luckily someone has invented a peanut butter pump that attaches right to your peanut butter jar to easily and quickly get the nut butter you need.
Perfect for getting some quick peanut butter for snacks, smoothies, sandwiches, and more, the peanut butter pump works on any kind of peanut butter (including chunky), and has parts that easily come apart for easy cleaning when needed.
How it works is, the peanut butter pump uses a large scraper that starts at the top of the jar and works its way down getting every last bit of peanut butter so nothing's wasted. It even scrapes the sides of the jar so there's essentially nothing left behind once the peanut butter is gone. No more having to rinse the jar before recycling!
The peanut butter pump replaces your existing jar lid, works with most 40 oz containers, works great for giving your dog a quick peanut butter treat, and works on regular peanut butter, chunky, smooth, almond, and more. Though the pump should only be used on stabilized peanut butter, not types where the oil separates such as Laura Scudder's or Adams peanut butter.
The peanut butter pump comes with two different nozzles, one of which is slimmer and meant to give out a smaller stream of peanut butter for filling dog treats, and putting onto snacks, whereas the larger wider nozzle is meant to quickly and easily spread a layer of peanut butter onto toast or bread.
Each pump of the handle gives out a perfect amount of peanut butter to be consistent with recipes, it helps kitchens be more allergy sensitive to not dirty more utensils with peanuts, and is made from food-safe silicone rubber, plastic tubes, and a stainless steel spring.
Check out the peanut butter pump in action via the video below.
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