By germ1215 on October 09, 2006
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"It's a fruit flavored peanut butter sandwich!"
Serving Size: 1 (23 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"I'm using my sandwich maker for a PB, Apple and Cinnamon Treat :)"
"Good toast!!I used strawberries and it was delicious.Thanks for a great idea."
"These are so good! The more obvious is of course the banana. But, now that I've tried this with apple I see all kinds of possibilities. I will admit that my all time favorite is raisin/peanut butter combo. These are particularly good if you plump the raisins with grape juice(apple juice will also work). It's like eating a healthy version of the PB&J sandwich. I take them to work all the time for a snack, and often get peculiar looks, but man are they ever tasty! Thanks for some more alternatives. Edited: Forgot to give stars!"
"Wow, so simple but so good!!! I made this with sunflower seed butter and strawberries for my preschoolers today. They absolutely loved it!! What a great change to morning toast!! We will be trying this with lots of different combinations!!! Thanks, what a great idea :) :)"
"Good stuff! I used strawberries and it was delicious. I love pb and strawberry jam sammies but this was even better - not so sweet and healthier too! Thanks for posting!"
"One of my fave PB sandwich combos is PB and banana. Toating the bread makes ithe pb melty and gooey and yummy. I have eaten pb and apples many times but have never thought to put the pb and apples onto a sandwich, will have to try that! Pb, honey, and banana is great also. Thanks for posting this, it's going into my tried and loved cookbook. :)"
"Wow, what a great simple recipe. I love peanut butter with bananas, but I had never put them together in a sandwich. This made a delicious afternoon snack. Thanks for posting this recipe. Adopted for PAC April 2008."
"These are good! I like fresh strawberries in mine. Banana with honey is also good! Haven't tried it with apple in a sandwich...That might be good, and put a sprinkle of cinnamon in too. What about fresh peaches??"