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Found by david

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (89 votes)

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1. Toasted PeanutButter + Jam (raspberry is best) + Banana

What’s in it? Bread, Peanut Butter, Jam, Banana. Put in Toaster, serve hot (but be careful of that Jam!)

Bread Type? Brown Wholemeal (toasted)




Found by Squib

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (31 votes)

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2. Don't eat me with Lipton's Chicken Noodle

What’s in it? peanut butter and bacos

What should we know? My mom used to make this for us when we were kids. One day, she made the mistake of including a thermos of hot Lipton's Chicken Noodle soup with it. The combination of the sandwich and this soup together is one of the most horrific memories of my chi

Bread Type? challah

Made by shells

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (30 votes)

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3. PB&M

What’s in it? Peanut Butter: creamy or crunchy-your choice Mustard: again, your choice, plain yellow is fine if that's what you have, the best is the stone ground kind.

What should we know? Not being a sweet fanatic, when my young children wanted PB&J's I decided to make it my own way.

Bread Type? Light Wheat

Found by Noelle

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (47 votes)

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4. PB & F

What’s in it? Peanut butter (I prefer crunchy, but it's your preference) and Marshmallow Fluff (original flavor is the best).

What should we know? Spread one slice of bread with a thick layer of chunky peanut butter, the other slice with a super thick layer of fluff (I prefer a 2:1 ratio of fluff to pb), then squish the slices together. It is best enjoyed sliced diagonally.

Bread Type? white or light wheat

Made by Nikki

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (34 votes)

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5. PB&B On Toast

What’s in it? Peanut butter and butter.

What should we know? Toast two slices of bread to an even golden-brown. Spread peanut butter on one slice, butter on the other. Slap together. Eat.

Bread Type? Nature's Own Butterbread

Made by Capitalist Yuppie Scum

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (37 votes)

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6. Peanut butter and Dill Pickle

What’s in it? Peanut butter(Smooth) Klassens sliced Dill Pickels

What should we know? The sweet of the PB and the tart/saltly of the pickles is a great cobination

Bread Type? Your Favorite (Whole grain is the Best

Found by canuckchick

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (54 votes)

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7. PB&B

What’s in it? peanut butter and bananas. sooooo good

What should we know? my mom served this to me when I was little. It's really good and super filling too.

Bread Type? white/brown

Found by Heather

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (28 votes)

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8. PB & pickle

What’s in it? Spread lots of peanut butter on bread then slice up some pickles to put atop the PB, cover and your done!

What should we know? Came from mom, might've been a pregnancy thing, but I'm not sure. She made them for my school lunches as a kid and I still love them today.

Bread Type? white

Found by Elvis

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (26 votes)

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9. Elvis Can Prayer

What’s in it? Butter both sides of the bread and spread peanut butter on one side of each slice. Slice 1 bannana and place in between the Peanut Butter. Fry sandwich like grilled cheese until darkend. Enjoy.

Bread Type? White (toasted)

Made by Nicky

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (64 votes)

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10. PB&H

What’s in it? extra crunchy peanut butter and chocolate hazelnut spread!

What should we know? It makes a great afternoon snack! Have a glass of cold milk nearby!

Bread Type? thick texas toast bread

Made by david

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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11. daddie's nut

What’s in it? butter, crunchy peanut butter, Daddie's brown sauce. bread should be toasted or semi-toasted.

What should we know? bloody marvellous!

Bread Type? white sliced (toasted)




Made by Swive

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (18 votes)

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12. Warple

What’s in it? Mix Peanut Butter, Butter and Honey in a coffee mug until you have a fairly thick consistency and then spread on bread.

What should we know? This mix is also good on apple slices.

Bread Type? Any

Made by claire

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (23 votes)

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13. peanut butter and marmite

What’s in it? butter, peanut butter, marmite

What should we know? marmite should be thickly spread with a ratio of about 1 marmite to 2 peanut butter. too much peanut butter and it sticks when you swallow

Bread Type? any

Made by danjam

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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14. cruncy cheese

What’s in it? grated chedder, crunchy peanut butter, sliced celery, mayo salt and pepper

What should we know? eat immediately and chew slowly before the whole thing congeals into a ball and attaches itself like a limpet to the roof of your mouth

Bread Type? brown

Made by Angel V

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (21 votes)

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15. Dreamytime Luxury Bacon

What’s in it? Bacon, Peanut Butter, Honey, Tomato Ketchup

What should we know? Bacon should be hot

Bread Type? Baguette (toasted)




Made by Wireless

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (20 votes)

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16. Alan

What’s in it? Peanut Butter, Salt and Vinegar Crisps

What should we know? There is no substitute for Walkers’ crisps here. Using anything else would be doing yourself an injustice.

Bread Type? Crusty rolls

Made by Chris Leach

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (23 votes)

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17. chris mix

What’s in it? Tomato puree, peanut butter

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Bread Type? Crust/toast







Made by Chris Hope

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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18. The Camper

What’s in it? Take one Weetabix, butter thickly, add peanut butter then dip upside down in Frosties. Enjoy, campers.

What should we know? Better than licking a rabbit.

Bread Type? Weetabix?

Made by Auntie Boog

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (25 votes)

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19. ORANGE CRUNCH

What’s in it? Grated CARROT, Crunchy PEANUT BUTTER

What should we know? Put peanut butter on plain unbuttered bread first, add grated carrot, lots of black pepper then top with bread.LOVELY !!!

Bread Type? PRE-SCLICED MALTED WHEAT BREAD

Made by freelance

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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20. Peanut Butter and Rice

What’s in it? Peanut butter, rice with a bit of butter (your general boiled white rice)

What should we know? This is gorgeous

Bread Type? White




Found by Elisabeth Raley Hunt

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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21. Broiled Peanut Butter, Ketchup and Bacon

What’s in it? I prefer an ”Open-faced” sandwich. Just spread the peanut butter on one slice of bread, put about 2 Tbsp of ketchup on top of that and then 2-3 slices of semi-crisp bacon. You don’t want the bacon too ”done” because you put the whole thing back in the oven under the broiler until the ketchup and peanut butter begin to bubble.

What should we know? I know what you’re thinking…”Gross” but honestly, it’s delicious. Give it a try. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Bread Type? Any - I like sourdough (toasted)

Made by Jay Cannaday

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (17 votes)

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22. Peanut butter and Salad Dressing

What’s in it? Peter Pan brand creamy peanut butter with Miracle Whip brand salad dressing.

What should we know? Not as good with real Mayonnaise. Bread MUST be very fresh. Best enjoyed with a large glass of ice-cold milk.

Bread Type? White

Found by Mark M.

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (37 votes)

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23. PB&TOMATO

What’s in it? Just spread peanut butter on some bread and then lay on slices of tomatoes and lightly salt to taste.

What should we know? Been eating this sandwich since I read about it in a Ann Landers colume in the early 60’s

Bread Type? any

Made by peggy steffel

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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24. open-face (open-top) grease sandwich

What’s in it? each ingredient used generously:
salted butter
all-natural peanut butter (no added, salt, fat, sugar, etc.)
Hellman’s mayonnaise (Best Foods in western U.S.)

What should we know? I might be repeating--I’m not sure my message ”went” the first time.

Bread Type? fairly firm homemade white, such as potato or oatmeal

Made by John

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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25. Peanut Butter and Cream Cheese

What’s in it? peanut butter, cream cheese and lettuce

What should we know? An enjoyable combination of texture, temperature and flavor.
My dad showed me this combination.

Bread Type? white

Made by Mayne

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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26. Hot Nuts

What’s in it? butter or margarine (optional)
cashew butter (better than peanut butter)
Patak’s Mixed pickle in oil: a hot Indian relish they’ve stopped making or importing into Canada anyway, dammit.

What should we know? Other Indian hot pickles can be used, but the mixed pickle gives a rounded-out flavour a plain mango or lime pickle can’t match. The karambdas are special.

Bread Type? White or whole wheat

Made by Stephanie D

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (19 votes)

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27. Peanut Butter & Honey Gum-Shredder

What’s in it? Spread creamy processed peanut butter (Skippy, for instance) on one slice of the bread and honey on the other. Add white corn tortilla chips on top of the peanut butter, and slap the slices together. Press down somewhat to smash the chips.

What should we know? For a while in elementary school, my mom tried to play Suzy Homemaker and made my lunches every day. Unfortunately, her meals were incredibly predictable and boring (sandwich, tortilla or plain potato chips, can of fruit, and milk from the cafeteria.) I got so bored that I started eating my chips *inside* my sandwich to ease the monotony. Hence, this sandwich, the Gum-Shredder, was created -- and called thus because the sharp tortilla-chip shrapnel in the soft sandwich tends to cut your gums if you’re not careful.

Bread Type? white, soft, store-bought

Made by Jim Johnson

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (24 votes)

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28. Peanut Butter & Onion

What’s in it? Peanut Butter and sliced onion (any type) I use white of yellow

What should we know? sounds bad, but PB takes away the bite of the onion leaving just the taste.

Bread Type? any - usually white

Made by courtney

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (18 votes)

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29. The PB-M-P

What’s in it? peanut butter on one slice of bread,mayonaise on the other, several slices of dill pickle in the middle.

What should we know? my mom used to eat this when she was little and then also made it for me.sounds gross, but it’s really great!!

Bread Type? white

Made by Tasty Kitty

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (44 votes)

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30. Green and Brown

What’s in it? Butter or marge. Peanut butter. Sliced cucumber. Branston pickle. Sea salt and freshly ground pepper.

What should we know? A little slather of butter or preferred margeish type spread on one slice or half of the roll. A thick layer of peanut butter on the other - use smooth if you absolutely have to but I think it feels like wallpaper paste in the mouth, CRUNCHY ALL THE WAY FOR ME !! Embed a good dollop of Branstons in the bed of PB. Place a generous amount of cucumber slices over the top, add sea salt ( Maldons mmmmm ) and freshly ground black pepper. Squash top slice/other half o roll down and YUMMMMMM ! sounds odd but great combo of textures and flavours !

Bread Type? Thick sliced white. Crusty wholemeal rolls. Big baps of any sort ;)

Made by MrSmead

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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31. Peanut Butter and Cornflakes

What’s in it? spread peanut butter on one or both slices of bread as thickly as you like (i go for the overstuff) dump on a handful of cornflakes (or cocoa puffs or whatever) put the slices together, then (this is the important part) press down gently but firmly to flatten the sandwich (you get a really satisfying sound)

What should we know? i advise against pita or tortilla for this sandwich unless you’re desperate

Bread Type? any kind will do, but i usually prefer really squishy bread

Made by susan

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (24 votes)

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32. Carrot, Raisin and PB

What’s in it? Shredded carrot, peanut butter, and raisins; has the best flavor and texture if you mix up the three filling ingredients together ahead of time and let them blend for a little while in the fridge. Or if you let the sandwich sit around for a little while.

What should we know? Other dried fruits would probably be good in here as well, if they’re small or chopped up. Also, some thinly sliced apple would be nice.

Bread Type? wheaty/grainy bread or sweetish white bread like potato or challah

Made by Poopscape

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (13 votes)

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33. Peanut Butta and Syrup

What’s in it? Mix equal parts peanut butter and maple syrup and spread mixture on white bread. The bread will end up shredded. Eat the mess with a spoon.

Bread Type? White

Made by Shylee

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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34. Peanut butter, mayonaise and banana

What’s in it? Peanut butter
Mayonaise
Ripe banana (not completely yellow, nor too spotty)

What should we know? On the first slice a generous coating of peanut butter on the other a generous coating of mayo (about the same amount). Slice the banana into 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick pieces and place in an even layer on mayo side. Should be a little over 1/2 of a medium naner! Put the two sides together, eat the rest of the banana and then enjoy the sandwich.

Bread Type? Any sliced bread (light wheat or white are best)

Found by bumblebaker

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (17 votes)

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35. salami and peanut butter

What’s in it? generous amounts of thinly sliced genoa salami from your favorite deli and a moderate amount of your favorite smooth peanut butter.

What should we know? i am the fourth generation of my family to enjoy this combination and consider it completely normal. i get a lot of strange looks when i declare this to be a ”great” sandwich, but it really is -- i promise.

Bread Type? preferably rye bread