Winnie the Pooh Picnic Sandwiches

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 mins

Don't Say, "Gross!" until you've tried them. Seriously, this is an amazing combinaton. My husband turned his nose up the first time I told him what kind of sandwich I was making him. He now requests them regularly. This recipe comes from the "Winnie-the-Pooh's Picnic Cookbook". These are a great sandwiches to take to the park on a Sunday afternoon, however we tend to eat them more for breakfast or brunch. One day I made them, cut them in to quarters and took them to my office. Everyone loved them. They were all pleasantly surprised. They also make a great conversation piece. It gets everyone talking about weird things they eat (ex. ketchup & pickle sandwiches). I assure you these are MUCH better than ketchup & pickle sandwiches. TRY THEM!!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 18 slices bacon
  • 12 slices bread
  • 1 12 cups smooth peanut butter
  • 3 crisp apples, sliced (I use Granny Smith)
  • 1 cup alfalfa sprout (optional)


  1. Cook bacon as directed& drain on paper towels.
  2. I like to use the pre-cooked bacon that you just heat up in microwave.
  3. Lightly toast bread and spread with peanut butter.
  4. Layer with bacon (3 strips per sandwich), apple and alfalfa sprouts.
  5. Remember the alfalfa sprouts are optional.
  6. Top with remaining slice of bread& cut in half.
Most Helpful

Pretty good! I've had p'nut butter and apple sandwiches before, but never tried them with sprouts. However, the sprouts I used were bean sprouts as we are not too fond of the alfalfa. Served as a brunch with your #65106. Thnx for posting, Kit. Made for Fall 2008 PAC

Darkhunter September 24, 2008

DEFINATELY an interesting sandwich! lol My daughter and I just tried them, and while she chose to take the entire sandwich apart and eat things item by item, I ate them altogether. I wouldn't say it's a fantastic sandwich that I'll recommend to everyone, but it's really not too bad. The only thing I would say I didn't care for, was the alfalfa aftertaste even thought I didn't have much on. Other then that, it was pretty good. : ) I might make them again for the fun of it.

Denise Nachtigal June 03, 2003

I used to eat these as a kid all of the time. We never used the alfalfa sprouts though. They are great!

Marguerite214 May 29, 2003