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Fresh ground peanut butter on my favorite whole wheat bread http://www.vitalvittles.com is a favorite sandwich. I'll sometimes add banana, or possibly shredded carrot, maybe even some thin fruit slices or orange zest, some nuts like sunflower seed. I may try some chile peppers later today. What other combinations can you think of? I'm looking for some new ideas to kick up a peanut butter on whole wheat sandwich.

Shel

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Fresh ground peanut butter on my favorite whole wheat bread  http://www.vitalvittles.com is a favorite sandwich. I'll sometimes add banana, or possibly shredded carrot, maybe even some thin fruit slices or orange zest, some nuts like sunflower seed. I may try some chile peppers later today. What other combinations can you think of? I'm looking for some new ideas to kick up a peanut butter on whole wheat sandwich.

Shel

right now i'm eating a peanut butter sandwich on home made whole wheat/rye sourdough toast... with the strawberry/green fig jam i made this afternoon. the added orange peel and crysallized ginger really kick up the jam. all o' that and the crisp romaine lettuce elevate the pbj beyond the mundane.

i like your idea of the chiles. about any variety of roasted peppers would be my suggestion. i may have to try that with some anaheim's i roasted recently. :biggrin:

fruit chutneys are really good paired with peanut butter and whole wheat/whole grain breads also.

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Fresh ground peanut butter on my favorite whole wheat bread  http://www.vitalvittles.com is a favorite sandwich. I'll sometimes add banana, or possibly shredded carrot, maybe even some thin fruit slices or orange zest, some nuts like sunflower seed. I may try some chile peppers later today. What other combinations can you think of? I'm looking for some new ideas to kick up a peanut butter on whole wheat sandwich.

Shel

How about sour green apples, or fresh berries?

When I was a kid, my best friend use to eat fried balogna and peanut butter sandwiches, though I wouldn't recommend it.

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Peanut butter with sundried tomato pesto (I like this on curry-naan from Trader Joe's).

We used to make sandwiches with peanut butter and nectarines. Your idea with chilis sounds like it would go well with this combination.

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Peanut butter and...

...mayo and sliced bananas

...thinly shaved red onion, and a bit of Sriracha

...chunky apple sauce (homemade, preferably, the stuff in jars is too smooth). Even better sprinkled with chopped salted nuts.

... sliced banana sprinkled with wheat germ, crushed cereal, or granola, great textural appeal, drizzled with honey, for awesomeness.

...bacon, honey. or Bacon and tomato slices. Or spread one side of a BLT with PB instead of mayo, but mayo the other side.

If you're tired of wheat bread, peanut butter on a hot, toasted onion bagel is one of my favorite weekday breakfasts. If you want to die a little sooner, butter the bagel lightly first, then layer on the PB.

Or, one I haven't tried, never will, but would be curious to see someone besides my stepmom eat: Peanut butter and spicy brown mustard on toast.

Stoner food: Peanut butter, Cocoa puffs, and marshmallow fluff. If you put it on wheat bread, you can call it healthy!

I love crunchy things with peanut butter, and crunchy peanut butter.

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Duck confit and Tabasco pepper jelly.

It started as a home version of a sandwich at Bayona, and kept changing according to what I had in the house, and became ... peanut butter, duck confit, and Tabasco pepper jelly.

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Nutella, baby! Are you in the East Bay? PB & N on Arizmendi Wednesday loaf. And it travels very well.

Yes, I'm in the east bay. Haven't been to Arizmendi in ages ... thanks for the reminder :rolleyes:

Shel

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chunky Adams on vanilla ice cream with a sprinkle of sweet hot chile from New Mexico!!! between twoo cookies it is a sandwich

I need to go make dinner you guys are killing me here

I love peanut butter beyond reason!

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Flutternutters.

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Everyone once in a while I go for a Peanut Butter and Vegemite sandwich :sad:

It's a memory from my childhood, when we didn't have alot of money, and you did what you had to do ..... I guess in some ways it's comfort food :biggrin:

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I would have to use unsalted PB with either Marmite or Vegemite.

Are you near a Trader Joe's? If so, pick up a jar of their Tomatoless Corn Salsa, which comes in a clear, kind of retro-label container. It's more of a sweet relish than a salsa, and it's crunchy and sort of spicy.

Perfect with peanut butter. Last year I was totally addicted to the combo.

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