Peanut butter is the yummy spread that’s delicious on bread, fruits, and sweets. But it can be messy to work with, and not to mention even more challenging to wash off your hands or utensils. That’s why dad of five, Andy Scherer, invented the Peanut Butter Pump to make our lives and our hands less sticky.
Scraping the bottom of a jar to get the last scoops of peanut butter without getting it all over your hand is a task that not even a ninja can accomplish. But when you’re a dad of 5, your life as a parent is pretty much that of a problem solver. Which makes total sense that Andy Scherer came up with the Peanut Butter Pump. Andy invented the kitchen tool in 2017 and launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in February with hopes of beginning distribution this August.
The pump fits on most popular 40-ounce PB jars in place of the lid. Simply screw it on and done. Then pump out the perfect amount of peanut butter for whatever you’d like. The Peanut Butter Pump is such a genius idea that the crowdfunding campaign already has close to 1000 backers and it passed its $20,000 goal.
Peanut butter lovers unite because this one is definitely a game-changer.