Peanut butter and jelly

This is one of the sandwiches I'm going to serve at the food cart. The jelly is made by using large amounts of pectin, there's no gelatin in it.

A sandwich is a structural construction and a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, while sound from a culinary perspective, is a mess to eat. The jelly squirts out the sides, peanut butter gets all over your hands, the bread is often too soft. So I'm trying to address these constructional issues. The peanut butter is a slurry. I've taken regular, creamy, no-sugar added product and added peanut chunks at about a 50/50 mixture. This results in a thickened paste, much less likely to ooze.