Thursday, June 26, 2008

Want One??

You are probably thinking what in the world is the big deal about a sandwich? Trust me, it isn't any kind of sandwich. A sandwich contains (my style) sliced turkey from the deli, plenty of mayo, a bit of mustard, provalone cheese, & lettuce. Simply put, this sandwich doesn't contain any of that. No, this has, really ready?? Peanut butter, bananas, marshmallows, and reese cups. Combine that and then grill it on the stove. What could possibly be better?? Oh yeah, I might add putting all this on two slices of "big" Texas Toast. Yum!
See that?? Who could resist?
"Reeselicious Banana Sandwich" (a big thanks to Jenny for another yummy recipe)

2 slices whole grain bread (I used Texas Toast)
¼ Cup creamy peanut butter (I used Reese peaunut butter)
½ banana, cut into thin slices
24-30 mini marshmallows
1 Reeses Peanut Butter Cup, normal size (I used about 4 minuature Reese)
2 Tablespoons soft butter
Powdered sugar to sprinkle on top
1. Spread peanut butter onto both sides of bread. Lay banana slices over one piece of bread and marshmallows over the other piece, pressing down gently. Break apart the Peanut Butter cup and evenly place in between marshmallows. Carefully lay the bread with banana over the marshmallow side and press gently. Spread butter onto both sides of bread and cook both sides in a medium skillet over medium low heat until golden brown and marshmallows are warm and slightly melted.
2. Let cool for 5-7 minutes before slicing. Sprinkle both sides with powdered sugar and serve warm.

My cutie-pie little brother, who waited so patiently for me to make these.
BTW, could any of you guys recommend some cooking/baking books that you love - I am in search of some! Thanks!~

15 comments:

Lucy said...

OMG! My daughter would just love this!!

Lucy said...

Sherry Yard's cookbooks are fantastic. Desserts by the Yard: From Brooklyn to Beverly Hills & The Secrets of Baking... both are favorites.

OhioMom said...

OMG my son would love these ... I got a sugar rush just reading the ingredients :)

Rebekah C said...

yummy! this would be great to make while camping in one of those sandwich maker things : )

caitlyn said...

What a yummy sandwich! Looks much better than the regular ole PB&J I ate yesterday.
My favorite baking book is Dorie Greenspan's Baking From My Home to Yours.

Jenny said...

Hi Pricilla,
The sandwich looks great, I always appreciate a blog link if you use my recipes, Thanks and keep up the great work in the kitchen!!

Jenny
Picky Palate

Oiyi said...

Wow, total sugar rush. More ways to use peanut butter cups, love it!

giz said...

Get yourself Dorie Greenspan's book - Baking from my House to Yours - it's cheapest off Amazon and everything turns out great.

Jessica said...

YUM!!!!! I can't come here without finding something else to make! If I made this sandwich at my house I'd never even get to try it--we are a bunch of peanutbutter cup junkies! Good luck with the turkey burgers- they were quite yummy. I used a griddle on my stove instead of the grill to cook the burgers because the turkey is so lean and the burgers are fragile.

Cooking and the City said...

Priscilla wow thats some sandwich, great as usual :-)

Dell xxoo

ps I have an award for you on my blog!

Memaw's memories said...

I just found you through Cooking and THe City. You have a great blog. I'm also going to pass your link on to my daughter. I think she'll enjoy as well.

Jeena said...

What a fantastic sandwich it is so indulgent.

Rachelle said...

That looks good!

I too love the Dorie Greenspan cookbooks, another is Baking with Julia, great tips and how tos!

~Priscilla~ said...

Lucy - yeah - I'm sure your daughter would LOVE this!:) Thanks for the cookbook ideas, I will be looking into those.

OhioMOm - sugar rugh big time - but it is worth it!

Rebekah - I never thought of making it while camping but that sounds great!

Caitlyn - I LOVE pb&j! But I guess a sandwich like this is hard to compete with any other kind of sandwhich! My sister has Dorie's book - but thanks for the reference - btw, I love that book too!

Jenny - hey, thanks for leaving me a comment! Thanks again for the great recipes - I always enjoy your blog!

Oiyi - I love all these different ways to use peanut butter cups, and yes...definent sugar rush!

Giz - My sister has that cookbooks and yes, it is the best!

Jessica - ha ha! That's how it was here, some of the rest of my family didn't even get to try any! :)

Dell - thank you and double thank you for the award!

Memaw's - I am glad you like my blog...hope your daughter does as well!

Jeena - yes, I think fantastic is the word!

Rachelle - thanks!! I will have to look up cooking with Julia, thanks for the tips!

Jaime said...

YUM! i also saw this on jenny's blog and have been dying to try it. your pictures are mouth watering good! your brother looks about as patient as my husband is while i'm taking food pics LOL

definitely get dorie's "baking: from my home to yours". i also really like "the pastry queen"