Do you want to jazz up your boring peanut butter? You’re probably wondering if you read that correctly; yes, you did. This Amish Peanut Butter Spread answers the “how?” of that question. With just a few extra ingredients, you can make this delicious classic into a mouthwatering spinoff.
Anyone Can Make This Spread
This recipe is a combination of a few simple ingredients, yet the results are delectable. With a prep time of only 5 minutes, you can whip up this nut-flavored spread in a snap, slap it on your favorite foods, and enjoy.
Homemade Peanut Butter Spread
As mentioned before, this peanut butter spread is super easy to make; it’s budget-friendly and tastes fantastic. If you’ve been wanting to try using peanut butter in different recipes. This homemade peanut butter spread is perfect for you, so go nuts!
How to Serve
The church spread is delicious on so many things. You can try it on a slice of bread, crackers, pancakes, or even waffles. You can have this with just about anything in the kitchen you enjoy with peanut butter.
I can imagine the look on your face when you try this amazing peanut butter, especially for the first time.
The Amish Peanut Butter’s yield all depends on how much you decide to use per person. If you enjoy your spreads in a thin layer, you’ll get a whole lot of serving from this recipe.
However, if you love to lay in on thick, there will be fewer servings to share. If that’s the case, you can always make more.
Mixing Bowl: This is the only equipment you will need for mixing your ingredients separate from the pot you will use to boil these ingredients.
Saucepan: You’ll need a medium saucepan to bowl the water and sugar.
Wooden Spoon: Use this to stir the ingredients together.
Peanut Butter: The main ingredient used in this recipe is peanut butter. You can use any brand you prefer or have at home. Peanut Butter gives this homemade spread its color, flavor, and contributes to the creamy texture.
Brown Sugar – I used 2 cups of sugar in this recipe. If you are running short on this sugar, use an equal amount of granulated sugar.
Vanilla – This flavoring gives the spread an alluring aroma and a delightful taste. Just use an equal amount of maple flavoring if you don’t have any vanilla.
• Brown Sugar – Combined with water and boiled for 2 minutes.
• Peanut Butter – Used as the main flavor ingredient.
• Marshmallow Crème – Mixed with the peanut butter, sugar mixture, and the remaining ingredients.
• Corn Syrup – Enhances the flavor of the spread and prevents the sugar from crystalizing.
• Vanilla – Adds a delicious taste as well as aroma to the mixture.
1. Combine sugar and water until blended
2. Boil the sugar mixture for 2 minutes.
3. Add the remaining ingredients to the sugar mixture and stir until combined.
4. Set aside until cool. Enjoy.
Boil Water and Sugar for 2 minutes
The first step in making this Amish delight is boiling the sugar and water for 2 minutes. During that time, the sugar dissolves in the water, thickens it a bit. This caramel mixture is used to thin out and sweeten the church spread.
Suppose this ingredient isn’t readily available to you?. You can make your own at home using egg white, corn syrup, powdered sugar, and vanilla.
All you have to do is combine the egg white and corn syrup in an electric mixer until light and thick, then incorporate the other ingredients and beat well. It’ll yield the same great taste.
You can keep this Peanut Butter at room temperature in an airtight jar. If stored in the cupboard, it stays fresh for up to three months and another three to four months if stored in the refrigerator.
If you have not yet tried this delicious spread, you’re missing out. It’s smooth, creamy, and rich with peanut flavor. You can enjoy this spread any time, whether morning, noon or nighttime. Have it with your favorite types of bread, biscuits, or cookies.
Amish Peanut Butter Church Spread
A delicious bread to top your favorite bread, biscuits, and cookies!
- 2 cups brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons corn syrup
- 2 cups peanut butter + 2 tsp
- 1 cup water
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 0.5 lb marshmallow creme
- Bring to a bowl, the sugar, and water in a saucepan for 2 minutes.
- Stir in the vanilla, peanut butter, marshmallow crème, and corn syrup.
- Mix thoroughly and allow this to cool.