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Made by Gaz

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (27 votes)

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31. Banana Delight

What’s in it? Sliced Banana
Butter
Strawberry Jam

What should we know? Good if you have a sweet tooth

Bread Type? White




Made by moonbadger

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (29 votes)

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32. The stoned tooth chiller

What’s in it? Discovered whilst stoned.
Chocolate ice cream
Chocolate biscuits
Butter

Allow the ice cream to soften slightly if it is hard to spread. Spread liberally on one side of the bread. Butter optional on the other slice.
Scrunch up the choccy biccies and sprinkle onto the ice cream.
Squish the sarnie together.

Jam/honey/chocolate sauce optional.

What should we know? When not stoned, still quite tasty.

Bread Type? any white bread

Made by Heather

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (15 votes)

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33. Blueberries & Cream

What’s in it? Philadelphia Cream Cheese and Bonne Maman Blueberry Jam and It must be Bonne Maman Jam…

What should we know? A friend of mine first suggested this to me and I thought it sounded disgusting until I tried it, now Im hooked and I recommend it to loads of people who are equally impressed !!

Bread Type? Any but a warm croissant is best

Made by susan

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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34. CB&J

What’s in it? cashew butter (the bulk kind is fresher and tastier but from a jar is OK),

jam/jelly--cherry is good, red plum, orange marmalade might even work, but for heaven’s sake no grape! Yuck! I recommend a fruit-sweetened jam over sugary types.

What should we know? Tasty variations: Some prefer this with the bread toasted, but I like my bread cold. You could add some banana or some actual smashed-up cashews or nice dried fruit (raisins, cranberries, cherries, etc.).

Bread Type? whole wheat or other whole grainy bread, potato bread, or maybe challah

Made by Chris Lewis

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (16 votes)

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35. sweet and sour

What’s in it? cheddar cheese and strawberry jam

What should we know? mature cheddar is best so it’s tangy

Bread Type? white




Made by Gordon Low

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (16 votes)

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36. Gordie’s belter

What’s in it? It has to be what we call in Scotland the ”healy” or the outside slice. Real butter, then on top spread a quality raspberry jam (with seeds) then, cover with 5-6mm slice of extremely mature Scottish Cheddar Cheese.

What should we know? Should be eaten with a mug of tea.

Bread Type? White Scottish Plain

Made by emyr John

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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37. Fruit fool

What’s in it? Butter
Loads of strawberry Jam
A sliced bannana

Bread Type? plain White




Found by bl&p

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (9 votes)

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38. jammie

What’s in it? nans home made jam

What should we know? a great sarnie 2 make you feel nice & cozzzzzzzzzzzy beast 2 have with a nice cup of tea

Bread Type? not given




Made by Louisa

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (22 votes)

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39. Bronwen Bonanza

What’s in it? Sliced banana
Chocolate Spread
Jam
Cheese (mild cheddar)

What should we know? I adapted this recipe from an old friend’s concoction, and found that it’s brilliant if you have a sugar/chocolate craving or are hungry/hungover or want some energy!
The cheese adds a nice savoury twist - you can use any cheddar, or just your favourite.
Not the healthiest of sandwiches I know, and you can only eat one per sitting (unless you’re stoned…), but at least it contains one portion of fruit (two if you count the jam!!)

Bread Type? Thick white

Found by hawkeye

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (14 votes)

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40. sweet and sour

What’s in it? marmite and jam

What should we know? any jam of your choice

Bread Type? toasted white (toasted)







Found by mahsa

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (19 votes)

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41. pizza toast

What’s in it? 1.jambon
2.onion
3.tomato
4.green pepper
5.goda cheese
6.salt
7.oregano powder

What should we know? make in sandwich maker

Bread Type? toast bresd (toasted)

Made by Keith Roe

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (13 votes)

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42. dockers delight

What’s in it? Stawberry Jam,Crunchy Peanut Butter & Banana

What should we know? My Grandad used to take it to work,it contains all the energy you would need for a hard days graft.

Bread Type? Thick White

Made by Philpotts

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (16 votes)

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43. Philadelphia Avocado and Chilli Jam

What’s in it? Around 30g of Philadelphia Light. Top this with two generous tea spoon fulls of Philpotts Chilli Jam. Lay on slices of half a ripe avocado. Two turns of black pepper. Mmm!

What should we know? The sweet fire of the chilli jam is perfectly complemented by the cooling smoothness of both the Philadelphia and the avocado. Simple to make, fabulous to eat.

Bread Type? Old Milwaukee Rye from De Gustibus

Made by Robert Yearbury

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (21 votes)

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44. Hot Roast Beef

What’s in it? hot roast beef, very thick roast meat gravy made with Maggi instant roast gravy, with added oxo cubes to taste. Butter bread, place 2 layers of lettuce on each piece of bread. to bottom add sliced tomatoes, sliced onions, sliced spiced gherkins (Lots), place hot roast beef with hot very thick gravy, add mild cheedar cheese salt and pepper, one dribble of horse radish down middle of length of sandwich, optional thin dribble of hot three berry jam along side of horse-radish, place top piece of bread. Eat while hot

What should we know? Habit forming, be careful

Bread Type? Vogel’s original long slice (toasted)

Made by The Key

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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45. Mom’s Tuna/Apple/Curry

What’s in it? One small can of tuna (white albacore preferably). One small McIntosh apple - peeled, cored and diced. Generous dollop of Hellmann’s mayonnaise. Generous dash of Jamaican curry powder. Salt and cayenne pepper to taste.

What should we know? Mix tuna, mayo, apple curry, salt and pepper in a bowl. Cover and chill for about an hour. Spread mayonnaise on two slices of whole wheat bread. Top with tuna mixture (not all of it). ENJOY!!!

Bread Type? Whole wheat

Made by Work to Live

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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46. Bacon & Strawberry Jam

What’s in it? Lightly toast the bread and spread with butter. Smear one slice with a layer of Strawberry Jam. Pile crispy bacon slices on top of the jam and cover with the second slice of buttered toast. Eat while hot.

Bread Type? Brown or white, thick sliced

Made by Anna

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (12 votes)

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47. liver sausage and golden syrup

What’s in it? A scraping of flora or similar synthetic tasting spread, although never butter; liver sausage - the kind you buy as a little sausage and slice yourself into chunky slices around half a cm thick, and a generous smear of golden syrup.

What should we know? I first tried this when I was around 8 years old. Some Scots I knew were fond of cheese and jam and I thought it was just an extension of the savoury/sweet experimentation.

Bread Type? thick sliced white

Made by Marie Harang

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (14 votes)

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48. Sunday Morning

What’s in it? Strawberry jam and brie.

What should we know? This sandwich is so versatile that it can work open faced, closed faced, even on crackers. It’s a great snack for a Sunday morning, lazing around and doing nothing, thus the origin of its name.

Bread Type? Peasant bread is best, but anything sturdy will work.

Made by rachel

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (18 votes)

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49. Dad’s PB & J & M

What’s in it? chunky peanut butter
strawberry jam
Miracle Whip [or mayo - but the extra tangy zip of Miracle Whip makes it better ;-) ]

What should we know? Designed by my dad.

Bread Type? regular sandwich bread

Made by Don

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (7 votes)

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50. School Day AB&J

What’s in it? Almond butter and your favorite jelly, jam or marmalade.

What should we know? Toast two eggo waffles. While they’re still hot, slather one with almond butter and the other with jelly. Jam the two halves together, and wait 1-2 minutes for the almond butter to melt. Wipe the drool from your chin and enjoy.

Almond butter contains tons of Vitamin E and no saturated fats.

Bread Type? Eggo Waffles (toasted)

Made by Mary

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (4 votes)

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51. Banarama

What’s in it? mashed banana
any sort of jam although raspberry is really nice!

Bread Type? Any sort




Made by Vanessa Beatriz

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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52. Hammy Jammy Sandwich

What’s in it? Mash garlic with olive oil and fresh herbs. Smear on halved baguette and sprinkle with parmesan. Cover with sliced Provolone cheese and toast till melty. Add spiral sliced ham, spread with seedless strawberry preserves and french mustard. Smoosh together and eat.
Yummers.

What should we know? Invented by my dad, master of the oddly delicious.

Bread Type? Baguette (toasted)

Made by Peadar S.

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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53. Double sweet

What’s in it? Butter
Sliced banana
Any red jam, e.g. mixed fruit

What should we know? Not suitable for diabetics!

Bread Type? White or brown sandwich pan




Made by sean

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (11 votes)

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54. Turkey, garlic, P.B. & J.

What’s in it? You take:
Peanut Butter
Raspberry Jam or Preserves
Turkey slices
Place the Above Ingredients between a Garlic or Onion Bagel.

Enjoy!

What should we know? Make sure you use RASPBERRY JAM or PRESERVES. The fake stuff won’t cut it.

I like to eat one of these delightful sandwiches for goodluck or when I am having a less than good day.

Bread Type? Onion or Garlic Bagel

Made by rod cowell

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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55. cheese n jam

What’s in it? extra strong cheese (stronger the better) any robinsons jam(strawberry is best tho with whole strawberrys)

What should we know? ideal for a quick snack you get a first and second course all in one go

Bread Type? kingsmill white

Made by carl

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (20 votes)

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56. jammite

What’s in it? Thin Sliced Ham
Strawbery Jam
Marmite (Vegimite is good too)

What should we know? Toast the bread on one side.
Spread Marmite (or Vegimite) on one TOASTED side and Jam on the other Toasted side. Put a slice of ham in betwen the 2 slices and then toast the rest of the Sandwich.

Bread Type? white medium toasted (toasted)

Made by Remo

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (10 votes)

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57. Jammar

What’s in it? Strawberry Jam & Marmite

What should we know? Yummy !

Bread Type? White







Made by D Prosser

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (5 votes)

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58. marmite and jam

What’s in it? jam
marmite

Bread Type? white







Made by La

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (20 votes)

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59. Comfort on toast

What’s in it? Butter,
Apricot Preserve [this is NOT the same as jam],
Fine shavings of parmesan or vintage mature cheddar cheese

What should we know? Cut two thick slices from the loaf and toast lightly under the grill coz if they fit in your toaster they’re not hot enough. Butter both slices of toast and spread generously with apricot preserve. Then either construct a sandwich with the cheese in the middle or eat as an open sandwich with the cheese on top.

Bread Type? Fresh crusty unsliced white or wholemeal

Made by Cally

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (5 votes)

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60. Cheezandjam

What’s in it? Spread both slices of bread with butter. Coat one slice with srawberry jam ( with fruit bits in ). Add thick chunks of chedder( ’cos I can never slice cheese ). Eat

What should we know? I once met a colleague that ate this all the time, thought she was mad, then I tried it !!!

Bread Type? Thick white

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