Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

Quick yummy breakie for you or the kids

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. preheat grill spread the peanut butter than honey on the crumpets or muffins.
  2. top with sliced bananas.
  3. place on oven tray and place under grill until honey start to bubble or sizzle.


Most Helpful

Super tasty! I used a whole wheat English muffin. The peanut butter started to burn a little before I got it out of the broiler but it didn't actually taste burnt. Next time I might pre-toast the muffin just a little so it is crispier. Thanks for sharing!

flower7 January 21, 2012

These are so awesome! I love how the broiling melts the peanut butter and makes the banana really intensify in flavor and sweetness (kind of like a caramelized banana). Make sure the slices are thin though, so you can maximize that flavor. I have also tried these with the bananas raw - and they are good, but the broiling gives them that 5th star. I have tried them with both the crumpets and the English muffins, as well as sourdough bread in a pinch. The English muffins definitely are not as good as the other two. Sometimes I like to toast them before putting the toppings on and broiling them. The first time I made these I subbed dulce de leche for the honey (and put it on at the end) and they were so delicious that way, that I have never tried them with the honey. I have made these so many times now - they are going into my best of the year cookbook!

Maito November 07, 2011

Quick, easy breakfast and the grandkids loved it. I loved the combination of peanut butter and honey, but didn't care for the broiled banana slices. Will make this again, but will put the bananas on after broiling.

Neta August 27, 2007

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