Peanut Butter & Honey Sandwich

Summary

Yield
Servings
Prep time15 minutes

Description

Slather peanut butter on one side of one slice of bread. Then drizzle honey on the other slice. Pick up the peanut butter slice and place it atop the honey slice so that the peanut butter and honey face each other. Allow to sit for 3 minutes. It is critical that the honey be on the bottom piece and that it be allowed to sit for a period. This allows the honey to soak into the bread resulting in a pleasureable crunchy, yet smooth texture.115Peanut Butter to tasteHoney to taste2 Slices of Wheat Bread

Ingredients

Instructions

Slather peanut butter on one side of one slice of bread. Then drizzle honey on the other slice. Pick up the peanut butter slice and place it atop the honey slice so that the peanut butter and honey face each other. Allow to sit for 3 minutes. It is critical that the honey be on the bottom piece and that it be allowed to sit for a period. This allows the honey to soak into the bread resulting in a pleasureable crunchy, yet smooth texture.

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The item of the game is to get rid of pairs of cards that add up to the total amount of the greatest solitaire in the deck from a pyramid setup of 28 cards.

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All ingredients are so full of calories that a fat man will avoid such food. But i tried it so many times in my home and every time i found a new taste by not allowing honey to soak in bread. I think it is just cool. After my mcitp i will suggest you some more ways to get crunchy.

I slather the outside of the bread with butter and grill it like a grilled cheese sandwhich! YUM! ..even better: slice up some banana in between layers!

Our new thing with peanut butter and honey is to use tortillas. On one tortilla, spread peanut butter layer...not too thick. Then, drizzle honey on top, and using a knife, blend it into the peanut butter so that it won't be al drippy and sticky. Then, two options:
#1 Roll it tightly and eat
#2 Sprinkle a straight line of crunchy granola bits (with or without almonds/raisins, etc) right down the middle of the tortilla. I have even used crunchy flake cereal that has granola bits in it. Then, roll up tightly and eat. This is my son's favorite way to eat a peanut butter and honey sandwich. :)

That sounds like a cool adaptation, cuts some of the carbs and probably less messier to eat.

I make my peanut butter and honey sandwich without the crunchy by spreading thin layers of peanut butter on both pieces of bread. Then squeezing one or two rows of honey on both sides. Then I use a knife to fold the honey and the peanut butter together. Yes, on both pieces of bread. Then I sandwich the pieces together and chow down.

This makes a great lunch sack snack because the peanut butter fills you up, the honey gives you energy, AND it doesn't need to be refridgerated.

Folding the honey into the peanut butter keeps it contained so that it doesn't get sticky everywhere.

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