Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
This is one of those weird but wonderful comfort foods from my childhood. You wouldn't believe how delicious it is!! Although sometimes I make it without the bacon, I really do prefer it with...
- 2 slices white bread or 2 slices potato bread
- 4 teaspoons soft butter
- 4 teaspoons peanut butter
- 3 -4 slices crisp cooked bacon
- Get together your equipment: skillet, metal spatula, saucepan lid (a Revereware saucepan lid is what we've always used, as it's the perfect size).
- Evenly spread a teaspoon of butter on each side of both pieces of bread.
- Spread 2 teaspoons of peanut butter on one side of each piece of bread.
- Place the cooked bacon on one of the pieces of bread, then cover it with the other slice so that the bacon is sandwiched by the peanut butter.
- Heat up a skillet over medium temperature, and when it is hot place the sandwich in; push the bread down a little with a metal spatula, then cover the whole thing up with the saucepan lid (the idea is to heat the air underneath the lid and warm the peanut butter up as you're also browning the bread).
- Uncover every minute and check the cooking bread color- you want it golden, not burnt.
- When it's to the color you like, carefully flip the sandwich over, press down on it with the spatula to squish the bread, peanut butter, and bacon together, and re-cover with the saucepan.
- After about 3-5 minutes of slow cooking, you'll have a wonderfully golden, melty, gooey grilled peanut butter and bacon sandwich!
Peanut butter and toast is often my choice for breakfast. This recipe was different so why not try it? I used one slice of my favourite European-style multigrain bread and crunchy peanut butter. I did not butter the bread where I spread the PB, saved a few calories!! I really liked the flavours of the crunchy, salty bacon with the PB. I enjoy fruit with my PB sandwiches and this will be great with slices of pear, apple or berries on the side. Sweet,salty,crunchy what more could one ask for!!!
I grew up on grilled Peanut butter sandwiches, My Grand mother made them. They originally were a depression era staple meal Other stuffers besides bacon; Bananna's Honey dill pickles