My Grandmother used to make this all the time when I was a kid! Thanks for posting. I forgot all about it. Brings back nice memories.
OH MY GOSH.....My Grandmother taught me how to make this when I was really little....Then when my Mother asked where I learned how to make them Grandma Violet denied it! Thanks for bringing back a flood of memories from Grandma's kitchen! P.S. Have you ever tried a mayonnaise sandwich? Same concept, soft white bread with just mayo!
Oh, so this is a universal recipe. My grandmother, who I call Lola, made me these too. I think she made them out of convenience because the ingredients were always on hand and I was told I loved sugar when I was a kid. It's a great comfort food.
My closest aunt ( 2 years older than me) taught me to make this on a warm tortilla with a touch of cinnamon when I was 5! Great memories. I make it for my nieces and nephews now!
I remember these from when I was younger. We used brown sugar. A great treat when you just need a little something sweet .
I love sugar sandwiches-they bring back fond childhood memories. I only started having them with butter only recently. My mom grew up in India, and they used to eat sugar sandwiches with ghee and castor sugar. So all of these years, I have been eating them with ghee! Anything goes and it all tastes great-thank you for sharing.
I had forgotten about these. Mom use to toast the bread in the oven and then apply the butter and sugar. Yum........
My mom made these when I was young, the best part it was made with home churned butter from my neighbors charlois cattle, we had a dairy, but the beef cattle made the best butter. Thankyou for bringing back some old memories.
My mom use to make these for us all the time when I was a kid. She used softened butter. They are simple but heavenly! I wish my daughter would take a bite of one of these sandwiches, but she wont touch the stuff! For some reason she doesnt like anything sweet. Great anytime snack!
Just as I used to eat when I was a kid. I forgot about them somehow. Can't wait to surprise my son with one.