First of all, was anyone else hit with that October snow? There hasn’t been serious snow before Halloween since the Civil War.
Crazy. Just crazy.
Even crazier is how unbelievable these sandwiches are. I seriously don’t know how I’ve lived without this amazing peanut butter and nutella/biscoff/banana/jelly goodness.
After I saw a nutella and banana sandwich on Cookin’ Cowgirl, I thought about how unbelievable it would be with peanut butter instead of nutella. You know how I’m such a peanut butter head 🙂
That gloriously gooey sandwich led to a whole lot of experimenting. Combining peanut butter with bananas, nutella, biscoff spread, and jelly led to a whole lot of yumminess.
A warning – if you want to use two spreads, expect a whole lot of oozing. Gooey, delicious ooze.
I really love this sandwich. It’s been motivation to wake up in the morning so I have time to make one, and it’s been something to look forward to after a long day of school. They are absolutely the best study snack when you have two tests, a paper, and 3 chapters to read for the next day. Been there, done that. This sandwich can definitely help 🙂
Enjoy with a pumpkin spice tea latte. It’s a recipe for a perfect morning, afternoon, or evening, especially when the world is covered in snow 🙂
Grilled Peanut Butter Sandwiches
Makes 1 sandwich
2 slices of cinnamon raisin swirl bread
2-3 tablespoons of peanut butter
2-3 tablespoons of nutella, jelly, or biscoff, or 1 banana, cut into 9 slices
1-2 tablespoons of butter
Spread the peanut butter onto one side of a slice of the cinnamon bread. On the other slice of bread, spread the second spread of your choice onto one side. If you want to use banana, spread peanut butter, then press the banana slices into the peanut butter – it’ll act like glue! Press the two slices together so that the fillings are touching each other.
Place a small pan on the stove, and bring the stove up to medium heat. Spread each side of the sandwich with butter, then place one side in the pan. Cook each side until it’s golden brown. Slice in half, then enjoy!
It’s no wonder Elvis was such a fan 🙂