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This was a hit with the kids, even the picky one asked for more. I made it with whole grain bread and without the sultanas, and was informed that in future I should only make it with SMOOTH peanut butter. LOL!

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MmmYummy July 21, 2010

i made this for the oldest kid in the house the DM and she loved it and in her eyes no crusts are good thing. Used a wholemeal/wholegrain bread and had enough filling to generously cover 3 slices. Thank you Chef floWer, made for Edition 9 - Make My Recipe.

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I'mPat October 27, 2009

Aussie Swap #17: My daughter gives this 2 sticky thumbs up!! She would say 5 stars but her mouth is stuck together from the PB - lol!! Thank you for a fun & delicious treat to make with my daughter!

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Mom2Rose June 05, 2008

MMmm, eating this right now for breakfast. I made it open-faced (short on time) and had to use a handful of frozen, sliced bananas (didn't have any fresh). I used Jif creamy (the best brand of pb imho :D ) and the cinnamon and sultanas and spread this on Sprouted Multi Grain Bread from Fresh & Easy Market. I halved the recipe but still have some left, so stuck it in the fridge - hope it'll be okay in there and the bananas won't get all weird from thawing out. I have always enjoyed pb and banana sandwiches of varying combinations; this one is part of my repertoire now. :) Thanks Chef FloWer. Made as a recipenapped recipe for NZ/Aussie Swap #14.

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blancpage March 28, 2008

For me, this was a 5 star recipe for the kid-pleasing factor alone! No, it's not gourmet food, but my 7 year old sure thought it was :) I used whole wheat bread as that is the only kind I ever have in the house, and made this for my daughter for breakfast. She gobbled it right up and asked for more. I found them quite easy to make, and not so messy once you get the trick. OK, now you want to know the trick, right? Here you go: Don't spread the filling on too thickly or it will just mush out the sides. Thanks for a great recipe floWer!! Made for the Aussie Swap :)

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~Leslie~ March 26, 2008

These were easy to make and the kids liked them. I used homemade whole wheat bread and made the pinwheels. It was hard to see the swirl with the bread, but they tasted good. I left out the raisins, as my kids don't like them.

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WI Cheesehead February 08, 2008
Peanut Butter, Banana and Sultanas Sandwiches or Pinwheel Style