As you can see in the picture, they’re a bit like Kraft Singles, the pre sliced and packaged cheeses. They’re packaged in a similar way, with individual peel-off sheets of peanut butter.
They’re called P.B. Slices and share their name with their company. The company was based in Guthrie, Oklahoma, but doesn’t appear to be active anymore. The slices have been sold in Arizona, Hawaii, California, Nevada, and Washington. In a 2001 interview, PB Slices’ inventor disclosed his inspiration for making them.
He said that, like pre sliced cheese, pre sliced peanut butter is more convenient and makes lives less stressful. He added that the idea came to him when a friend’s mother was complaining about how spreading peanut butter can tear bread.
Each PB Slice is 170 calories, making it maybe not the best peanut butter option.