Calling all peanut butter lovers! Wednesday, March 1st is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day!
This day is celebrated to honor peanut butter’s excellence and versatility.
On March 1st, celebrate this yummy holiday with our peanut butter flavored ice creams and products! At Stewart’s Shops, we love peanut butter…who doesn’t?! Let’s be real here!
Try our Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup ice cream! This chocolate ice cream has thick chunks and swirls of peanut butter. For all our non-dairy customers out there, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered! We have Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup as a dairy-free option, made with a coconut base.
Have you ever wanted to try the best peanut butter ice cream in North America? Now is your chance to try one of our most popular flavors (and award winning), Peanut Butter Pandemonium!
Peanut Butter Pandemonium has a smooth vanilla base and is jam-packed with peanut butter cup pieces, smooth peanut butter, and swirls of smooth fudge! In 2022, this ice cream was awarded as the best peanut butter ice cream in North America at the World Dairy Expo!
We are also releasing a NEW Peanut Butter flavor very soon! Keep an eye out for it!
At Stewart’s Shops we are known for our hard roll sandwiches! Try our peanut butter and jelly hard roll, or better yet, our peanut butter and butter hard roll! Our smooth peanut butter with our butter and/or jelly makes for a sweet, yet savory snack.
You can count on us for quality ice cream at a great value! We MOO (Make Our Own) for you, using fresh milk from local farms to make the delicious ice cream you know and love. To see all our ice cream flavors, click here.
Did You Know? The Ancient Incas and Aztecs ground roasted peanuts into a paste, and this is when the term “peanut butter” first appeared. However, at least three inventors can be given credit for creating contemporary peanut butter, as well as the methods and tools needed to create it. These inventors include Marcellus Gilmore Edson, who secured a patent for peanut paste, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, who obtained a patent for a method of producing peanut butter from raw peanuts, and Ambrose Straub, who patented a peanut-butter-making machine. Learn more about peanut butter’s history here!
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