By Hadice on July 15, 2004
Photo by Hadice
Photo by Hadice
"My husband made this for me one Sunday morning. I make it all the time now. Great pick-me-up when you have an energy leakage. Make sure you have lots of milk on hand when you eat this!"
Serving Size: 1 (149 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Mmmm....this was a great simple breakfast. I halved the recipe and only used a light drizzle of honey. Perfect with a cup of tea. I can't believe I've never tried one these before. Thanks for sharing this goodie, I'll be making it again for sure."
"Made this for the DM, she loves peanut butter and bananas but not so keen on honey so I used a sugar free maple syrup which suits here dietary needs better and she devoured two slices enjoying every moutfull, thank you Hadice made for Everyday A Holiday tag game in celebration of Peanut Butter Day."
"I love this snack. I prefer mine less sweet so I omitted the honey. It really showcased the banana. Perfect with a great cup of hot coffee or tea. Easy to make and great when you need a protein boost.Thanks for posting Hadice! My 200th. Enjoy! ChefDLH"
"My mom got me started on these. This is one of my favorite "sweets" and takes like 2-3 minutes to make."
"I exclude the honey, but this is absolutely my favorite breakfast or snack! I could live on the combo of peanut butter and banana!"
"This recipe is better when you vamp it up with raisin cinnamon toast and nutty peanut butter. yummy!"
"I make this often for breakfast, minus the honey. Easy, delicious and filling."
"Favorite quick breakfast or snack I fix for the kids, healthy, delicious and kid pleasing...love the stuff."
"PB, honey, and banana are always a winning combo for me, either on toasted or untoasted bread. It's something I ate more often as a kid than as an adult. Never microwaved it before, though."
"This is a great energizing breakfast that I always ate before cross-country meets in highschool. I'm not a big fan of microwaving it, though, but otherwise, it's great!"
"This is exactly how I make them, except sometimes I don't toast the bread. It's good either way!"
"Yum!!! What an easy breakfast. I omit the honey due to personal preference, but other than that, no changes. Thanks for sharing!"
"YUM!!! Both me & my 2-year-old loved this snack!!"
"It doesn't get any better than this. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or snack. Serve on whole grain bread and you have a meal that is good tasting and good for you."
"This sandwich will forever be delicious comfort food for me! My mother ran a day care center and made these for the children all the time. I also remember them when I got home from school, or when mom packed them in my lunch box. Thanks for posting, Bev."
"I used to have one of these every day when I got home from school. It's always been one of my old standbys. I'll have to try toasting the bread next time I make it :D"
"I am going through a peanut butter obsession right now. (5 days in a row!)And this was another awesome recipe!! I LOVE how the banana gets hot and gooey....mmmmm!! This was soooooo good! :)"
"Oh, dear. Another guilty pleasure. Loved the extra step of heating the finished sandwich. Made it extra nice."
"I'm sure this is delicious with any bread. I am using white at the moment. My 3 year old and myself love this. I got some honey from a Bee farmer and it puts this over the top 5!!! What a way to get my picky child to have breakfast! Thank you! "