From time to time, my 3 school-aged children will beg for PB&J on homemade gluten free bread for lunch. It seems like such a simple thing to make for lunch, so time-tested, and since the peanut-allergic kids have their own lunch table we’re allowed to send in peanut butter. So why do they have to beg? I think it has something to do with my cooking and baking for a living, and the fact that PB&J seems to me like the lunch you make when you have run out of options. In camp, it was always the lunch you could go make for yourself when you didn’t like the prepared lunch. All I’m trying to say is, I have a bit of a PB&J sandwich hang-up. Enter gluten free peanut butter and jelly cookies. So I can send my kids with a mom-preferred sandwich or wrap, and they can still have their PB&J.