PB&J

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BeyondET

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#1
Ingredients:
Two slices of bread,peanut butter, grape jelly, 2% milk

Preparation:
One slice spread the peanut butter on the bread.
Second slice spread the grape jelly on the bread.

Place the two slices together and serve on a plate.

For added goodness serve with a side glass of 2% milk.

Yummie as I don't do know what. :)

enjoy
 

tourist

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#2
Ingredients:
Two slices of bread,peanut butter, grape jelly, 2% milk

Preparation:
One slice spread the peanut butter on the bread.
Second slice spread the grape jelly on the bread.

Place the two slices together and serve on a plate.

For added goodness serve with a side glass of 2% milk.

Yummie as I don't do know what. :)

enjoy
I take the easy way out. Gonna have to go with whole milk.


 

tourist

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#3
Ingredients:
Two slices of bread,peanut butter, grape jelly, 2% milk

Preparation:
One slice spread the peanut butter on the bread.
Second slice spread the grape jelly on the bread.

Place the two slices together and serve on a plate.

For added goodness serve with a side glass of 2% milk.

Yummie as I don't do know what. :)

enjoy
Did you do a google search for this recipe? :)
 
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#6
Ingredients:
Two slices of bread,peanut butter, grape jelly, 2% milk

Preparation:
One slice spread the peanut butter on the bread.
Second slice spread the grape jelly on the bread.

Place the two slices together and serve on a plate.

For added goodness serve with a side glass of 2% milk.

Yummie as I don't do know what. :)

enjoy
Mix a little honey in with that peanut butter.
 
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#8
A handful of peanuts and raisins tastes like pb&j. yummmm :cool:
 
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BeyondET

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#9
Did you do a google search for this recipe? :)
Yes Sir I did, but I was making it wrong, I was cutting off the edges of the sandwich.
 

Miri

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#10
By jelly, do you mean jam?

Example of Strawberry jam


 

Huckleberry

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#11
Add bacon, and replace the 2% with whole or raw milk.
 
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BeyondET

Guest
#13
By jelly, do you mean jam?

Example of Strawberry jam


Arrg no jam, I like my jelly hard to spread lol, but I do like strawberry
 
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BeyondET

Guest
#15
Add bacon, and replace the 2% with whole or raw milk.
Good idea, I think I might buy a farm, grow some wheat, peanuts, a grape vine, house a few pigs and cows and have it truly homemade style. lol
 

J0Hnnatcc3

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#16
Add bacon, and replace the 2% with whole or raw milk.
Ingredients:
Two slices of bread,peanut butter, grape jelly, 2% milk

Preparation:
One slice spread the peanut butter on the bread.
Second slice spread the grape jelly on the bread.

Place the two slices together and serve on a plate.

For added goodness serve with a side glass of 2% milk.

Yummie as I don't do know what. :)

enjoy
Mmmm.

Don't forget, it tastes great toasted too!
 

Miri

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Jul 22, 2012
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#20
Mmmm.

Don't forget, it tastes great toasted too!

Peanut butter on toast is fab and so is jam on toast (see above for jam).

I don't think I have ever had both together either in sandwiches or on toast.

Marmalade on toast is good too. :) Especially the lime version

Lime Marmalade