Oh yeah this is great! My kids always put potato chips on their tuna sandwiches but never tried it with PBJ. I used whole grain bread, raspberry jelly, and baked Lays and loved it - thanks for sharing the recipe!
My brother and I ate these as kids. He would only use grape jelly on his PB&J's, but I like grape and apple jelly. My grandboys now eat these and won't even touch a PB&J unless it's got chips on it.
Verrry good! I had never thought to add chips! I used some bar-b-que lays, and it was tasty! Seems like a gross mix, but they actually worked great together! Thanks! :)
I have done this since I was a kid too! I love it and still do it. Now my daughter does the same!!
I just came across this and I don't need to try it because I have done this since I was a kid. And still do if I eat at PB & J sandwich and have chips to go with it. Into the sandwich they go. They make it nice and crunchy. I am so glad that you posted this simple sandwich. I wish more kids would try it. Yummy! Thank you, princesskim.
I love doing this, even if it grosses out my friends lol mmmm cheetos . . . . .
I've been making this since I was a kid! The chips give the sandwich nice texture- a bit salty and crunchy. It was so nice to have that added bit of texture instead of the same old boring and creamy PB&J sandwiches. :)
I can't believe I stumbled onto this recipe. I ate these as a kid ALL the time. People alway's looked at me strangely when I told them I loved PB&J Sandwichwes like this....Nice to know I'm not alone! ;)
I have loved having ruffles w/ my peanut butter & jelly sandwiches since I was little- have to have them on the side though. Brings back memories of kindergarten. Thanks for sharing!