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Peanut butter and pickel sandwich

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by Eric E Stahl, Jun 22, 2013.

  1. I prefer Maires bread which is a little like Italian bread.

    Put a good coating of peanut butter on both pieces of bread.

    I use thin slices of bread and butter pickles which are a little sweetened.

    The peanut butter keeps the bread dry till you eat the sandwich.

    It is a hardy sandwich with out butter or meat and is lower in calories.
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  2. I grew up eating peanut butter and pickle sandwhichs and still eat them today. I use the sandwhich sliced dill pickles though and its really good.
  3. #3 Fragrant Grace, Jun 23, 2013
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    Hi @Eric E Stahl and @AbbysAunt

    Sounds interesting..... It must be a Pennsylvanian delicacy!!!

    I may try it with a sweet fruity pickle and see how my daughters and husband like it

    Dill type pickles and gherkins.....don't do much for me :zip:

    Have you tried peanut butter with strawberry jam and sliced banana......that is quite tasty ( I didn't believe it till I tried it)
  4. I slice a banana the long way and put peanut butter in the middle to make a sandwich.
  5. #5 AbbysAunt, Jun 26, 2013
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    @Fragrant Grace

    Yep I really like peanut butter, banana and jam sandwhichs. I use strawberry or grape. Yummy!
  6. #6 Fragrant Grace, Jun 30, 2013
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    @AbbysAunt @Eric E Stahl

    Here one of the favourites seems to be peanut butter and cheese toasties

    Spread bread with thin layer of butter or margarine
    Then spread generously with peanut butter
    Add a slice of cheese and cook in a sandwich toaster

    You could add your pickles to this to AbbysAunt and Eric :wink:

    I haven't tried it get but I may gherkins or dill though!!!!:tongue-animated:
  7. Father forgive them, they know not what they do! :crazy:
  8. #8 Fragrant Grace, Jul 5, 2013
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    Greetings @AbbysAunt @Eric E Stahl

    Here is another Aussie favourite with peanut butter.
    Hopefully a little more appealing than the pickles and gherkins
    @B-A-C :wink:

    Peanut Butter and Banana Toasties made with fruit loaf
    4 slices fruit bread
    1 1/2 tablespoons light crunchy peanut butter
    1 medium banana, thinly sliced
    3 teaspoons maple syrup

    Preheat sandwich toaster
    Spread 2 slices of bread with peanut butter.
    Top with banana.
    Drizzle with maple syrup.
    Sandwich with remaining bread slices.
    Place in sandwich toaster

    Cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until bread is toasted and filling warmed through.
    Cut each sandwich in quarters.

    This is enough for two servings

    The fruit bread makes this very tasty :thumbs_up
  9. I have eaten raisin bread and banana bread. What is fruit bread like?
  10. Hi Eric

    I guess it is the same as raisin bread

    Just a loaf with raisins, sultanas etc

    The moister the better with this recipe

    Malted fruit loaves are also good with this recipe
  11. @ B-A-C

    LOL! It's not that bad really it's very delicious had one the other day for lunch
  12. #12 Fragrant Grace, Jul 6, 2013
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    Dear sister @AbbysAunt

    I just have to correct you here :wink:

    Even the vague thought of pickles and gherkins with anything, let alone peanut butter is pretty awful:sick:
  13. I took one for lunch today. But I used the sweetened pickles. Yum
  14. Hmmm that may be more bearable than dill and gherkins

    I might even try it :smiley:
  15. I am waiting to hear your opinion. I will understand if you don't like it.
  16. #16 Fragrant Grace, Jul 31, 2013
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    Greetings @Eric E Stahl

    Whoops I haven't bought any sweet pickles yet.......but I will be shopping today.....and will try it and let you know.

    I have been using some 'nut free' peanut butter made from sunflower seeds.
    It is rather tasty although a little sweet
    If you can get it in the states then that might go with your gherkins and dill pickles:idea:

    Will get back to you soon:smiley:
  17. I hear of odd food combinations quite often, and peanut butter is often an ingredient in those strange concoctions. Its like a sticky magnet for odd (but good) combinations.
    My own odd combination that often gets raised eyebrows is in order

    bread slice
    peanut butter
    bread slice

    Its delicious to me. Your odd recipes all sound wonderful!! :smiley:
  18. Some times I will break up hard pretzels and eat the pretzel with peanut butter.
  19. #19 Fragrant Grace, Jul 31, 2013
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    Greetings @Brad Huber

    Are you saying you mix all those ingredients together at the same time in a peanut butter sandwich:what:
    Or individually?

    It must be an American thing!!!

    @Eric E Stahl

    Now that does sound quite nice.....I might even try it with the sweet pickles
  20. #20 Brad Huber, Jul 31, 2013
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    Yep, all together @Fragrant Grace. Its not really an American thing, they give me the same look here in the US.

    I have always seemed to walk to the beat of a different drummer. :shade:

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