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My son is obsessed with Uncrustables, and when I was pregnant with my daughter I was too!!! I always am making him sandwiches with my PC Cut and Seal...but NEVER has it dawned on me to freeze them!!! Thank you so much! I just whipped up a whole tray full of these little guys...I stopped by Kroger when they were have there $.88 sale and got PB and Jelly for $.88 each and a loaf of their bread is $.78. I used half a jar of each, so for $1.66 I made 10 Uncrustables and have lots of crusts to use for home made bread crumbs! Thanks for this super idea and money saver!!

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Ashley S. October 05, 2009

I might be crazy, but I think these sandwiches taste much better after freezing. I make a huge batch each week and pop a sandwich and an apple into my lunch sack for work. Couldn't be easier!

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jennifer_sporty_11535594 February 15, 2012

Great idea! My city is peanut free for schools but DH loves to take these to work and they're great for taking on picnics and will be perfect for the beach!

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Sam #3 March 21, 2010

Pampered chef sells a sandwich cutter that cuts the same shape as the uncrustables too!! You can make yourself, save the scraps for bread crumbs.

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brokedownrage January 17, 2009

These are a real time saver in the morning! I've used honey instead of jelly for my picky 8 year old. I use my pampered chef cut-n-seal and they're just like the store bought ones!

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Chef Christi D October 21, 2008

This has changed my life!! Now I make 5 or 6 PB&J sandwiches when I have a few minutes to spare, and keep the in a stack in the freezer to have at the ready. They thaw perfectly -- you'd NEVER know they were frozen. I use whole wheat bread & natural peanut butter, both with great results.

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Allisonsdinner November 10, 2013

My kids havent tried these yet, but I know they will love them. Made them so when I wont be home one day next week, it will be an easy lunch when my DH is home with two of my boys. I will definalty be looking into getting the thing that seals the sandwiches for these sandwiches! Thanks for the simple recipe!!

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coloradomommy85 September 02, 2012

Great!

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Andtototoo! August 18, 2011

Saw this idea last year and started making PBJ in bulk to freeze. Works really well. I pack three kids' lunches everyday and it's something I dread, but this makes it so much better. Also great to keep on hand for a super quick dinner or snack when you're running out the door for baseball, and much healthier than the drive thru. Thanks for sharing the idea!

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LonghornMama July 18, 2011

Really good idea. I had never thought of freezing PB&J sandwiches before. Thanks for posting this!

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price403 August 01, 2010
Frozen Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches OAMC