Peanut Butter Knife


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Get every last bit from the bottom, rim, and sides of the jar—even the big ones—with this peanut butter knife. The extra-long, stainless steel blade has a curved tip that scrapes jars clean. It’s strong enough to stir and scoop peanut butter, natural nut butters, jams, thick oils and more, and it is extra broad to give you an ample serving with every swipe.

  • Materials: Strength-treated stainless steel and BPA-free ABS plastic
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Great for peanut butter, natural nut butters, jam, coconut oil, mayo, and other spreads
  • Long blade reaches the bottom of large jars
  • Curved blade design cleans the sides, bottom, and top rim of the jar
  • Strength-treated stainless steel cuts and stirs thick spreads, natural peanut butters, and oils
  • Extra-broad blade carves out more spread
  • Blade length: 7"
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 7" x 1" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.22 lb

169 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Good, but imperfect

12/31/2018 by Muriel

Although the knife did help in scraping the sides and bottom of the jar, it was too long, making it a little clumsy to manipulate.


Not only for peanut butter...

10/28/2018 by August

A little getting use obecause it’s a long butter. Knife. This utensils also ideal for getting to the bottom of mayonnaise jars also. A welcome addition to the well used kitchen utensils.More > < Less


More than PBJ knife

9/17/2018 by Larry

I like this spreader a lot. I use it more for mayonnaise and jelly than Peanut Butter (since my grandkids no longer live with me, I don't make nearly as many PB&J sandwiches). That being said, this knife works great on anything you need to retrieve from a jar, even if you are not spreading it. I was surprised (pleasantly) at how long it is. It's length makes it useful for even the biggest jars.More > < Less


The Peanut Butter Queen loves it

8/20/2018 by Barry

My wife Beth


PB knife

2/25/2019 by Maggie

Awkward, way big. Hard to wipe clean. Maybe when I get further down the jar I will find it more useful. Personally, I've never had the PB knuckle problem.More > < Less

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Every Last Bite

Fed up with sticky knuckles and wasted food, Maker Landon Christensen created this peanut butter knife to help solve a common kitchen problem: getting every last bit of deliciousness out of peanut butter jars. Yes, even the big ones.

Landon pulled from his art background along with his PB&J-making prowess as a dad to create the PB-JIFE. The long, stainless steel blade has a curved tip specially designed to reach into all the contours of a jar and scrape the bottom, sides, and rim. But PB-JIFE is not just for when the jar is almost done. The strong, extra-broad blade is sturdy enough to stir peanut butter, natural nut butters, jams, thick oils, and other spreads, too. And it can deliver an ample portion to an eagerly awaiting sandwich with just one swipe. It’s one of the most helpful knives around—jar none.