By Quick Chef 9 on June 12, 2008
Photo by gailanng
Photo by gailanng
"A great variation to the daily PB & J sandwich. I love to eat PB & J sanwiches every day for lunch so I decided to try something a little different. I came up with this delicious, easy to make sandwich that I also love."
Serving Size: 1 (101 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Yummy breakfast! I used smart balance butter and reduced fat peanut butter. Nice and different!"
"This is the devil disguised as a pb&j sandwich. Way, way too tempting. Made for Alphabet Soup Tag."
"My mom used to make these for me using homemade Strawberry Freezer Jam. Yummm! I love the way the Peanut Butter gets all melty. I don't make Stawberry Freezer Jam, but it's pretty good with sliced bananas too."
"Been doing this for years. Sometimes when I don't feel like getting a pan out & grilling the sandwich, I toast the bread then spread."
"you aren't the first to come up with this, but it's still great. Surprising how much richer this tastes by being grilled."
"My dad used to make grilled PBJ for me and its always been a favorite. Now my hubby makes them for me. YUM"
"This was very good. Used with an Uncrustable that I had thawed and needed to eat. Worked well even with that!!! Yum!"
"I added some honey to these as well and they made great sandwiches for the "not feeling so well" school and work ditchers. Got something in their bellies and made them smile. What more could you ask for? Thanks, will make again."
"Wow...this is sooo good. I too love pb&j sammies. Such a good and simple sammie, packed with protein. So I jumped at the chance to up it a notch and try it grilled. What was I waiting for???? I used a HighFiber5 bread bought at the farmer's market and used organic p.b. and low-sugar Smucker's Raspberry jam. Sprayed my frying pan with spray Pam and all I can say is...Awesome!!!MMM-mmm. Made for PleaseReviewMyRecipe!~"
"Too cute and too easy. My DD loved making this by herself. I've been making a version like this, but with a French Toast spin for awhile. I make the sandwiches, then dip them in and egg/milk wash, then fry on both sides. This way was great too. You really get a good toast flavor from the bread. We used a sourdough bread. Made and reviewed for PAC Fall 2008. Thanks :)"
"Blasphemy! My mom has been making these for years now! j/k Anyways, when I make these, I just melt some margarine in the pan before grilling the sandwich rather than buttering the bread. It seems easier that way as long as you're willing to let the sandwich spend a time-out on the spatula while you butter the pan for side 2."
"This was very good and easy to make. My kids really enjoyed them. They thought they were "weird" at first but once they started eating them - YUM! I followed the recipe exactly as written. Everyone liked them. Made for Fall PAC 2008."
"This was really yummy! Crispy on the outside and warm and melty inside. It made a great lunch today. Made this for Fall PAC 2008, thanks."
"My 9 year old daughter chooses this for lunch almost every Saturday, but we make several at a time on a baking sheet in the oven."