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Made by Bryan

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91. peanut butter and sardine

What’s in it? crunchy peanut butter, sardines, milk, jamaican hot pepper sauce or a little chopped fresh green chili (optional)

What should we know? Spread both slices of bread with the peanut butter. In a bowl, mash the sardines with a little milk and the spice if using. Spread the sardine mixture onto one side of the peanut buttered bread and top with the other slice. Enjoy.

Bread Type? wholemeal

Made by Jane Trudgeon

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (28 votes)

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92. Bacon, Jam and Cheese on Toast

What’s in it? Butter Bacon Cheese Jam

What should we know? Grill Bacon, grill cheese on 1 slice of toast, toast the other slice of bread, add bacon to slice of toast with cheese on, butter the other slice, add jam put together and cut in half. Lovely.

Bread Type? White Bread (toasted)

Made by Jess

(I make this myself)

Rated sandwich rating (27 votes)

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93. Peanut butter, raspberry jam & cheese

What’s in it? Peanut butter, preferably smooth. Raspberry jam, the one with seeds..dont know why but it always tastes better! And finally some thin slices of medium cheddar cheese.

What should we know? I used to eat this as a child and have grown up on it. A yummy, if a bit unusual sort of taste, and the cheese really does add something to it!

Bread Type? The white sliced soft stuff

Made by Stuart Sellens

(I make this myself)

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94. Peanut Butter, Jam & Banana

What’s in it? Crunchy Peanut Butter, Strawberry jam & Mashed Banana

What should we know? Absolutely yummy & the best thing to give me energy when I'm out walking & scrambling in the hills!

Bread Type? White cotton wool

Made by Richard Sellens

(I make this myself)

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95. Ham & Jam

What’s in it? Butter, ham & strawberry jam.

What should we know? They refused to make it for me in a Bexhill tea-shop when I was 5, I had to have the jam in a separate pot - not the same at all!

Bread Type? White

Found by Rae Feetham

(I bought this sandwich)

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96. Raspleydale Cream toastie

What’s in it? Seedless raspberry jam Wensleydale cheese Heinz salad cream

What should we know? Thinly spread one slice of bread with jam, thinly spread other slice with salad cream. Slice cheese and place between the two spread sides. Toast until golden brown, preferably in a toasted sanwich maker.

Bread Type? White medium sliced (toasted)

Made by Robert THom

(I make this myself)

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97. Spready cheese and biscuit.

What’s in it? Spready cheese and a biscuit.

What should we know? This is very similar to the sandwich suggestion by Charlie. Spread the cheese on both slices of bread, put the biscuit in between and enjoy. Any type of biscuit will do, but digestives are a favorite. I also like to eat round the edges of the sandwich first leaving the biscuit between two round pieces of bread for last. Other variations are just as tasty. Peanut butter and jam biscuit sandwich for example.

Bread Type? kingsmill

Found by The Maestro

(I bought this sandwich)

Rated sandwich rating (26 votes)

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98. Parma ham and fig jam

What’s in it? As it says, good parma ham, fig jam some rocket.

What should we know? This sells well

Bread Type? wholemeal




Found by Carol Karr

(I bought this sandwich)

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99. B.J. Nutty

What’s in it? Mayonaise, Crunchy Peanut Butter, Blackcurrant or Strawberry Jam, sliced Banana more Mayonaise in that order

What should we know? spread plenty mayo on each slice of the bread.(instead of butter)On the bottom slice layer peanut butter,Jam and then the sliced Banana. This way ingredients will stick together better. This is a fat sandwich so press down on the sandwich after you put the top on otherwuse the Banana falls out. cut in half. Wallah! enjoy!

Bread Type? Your favourite fresh Bread (mine is fresh white oboe)

Made by Elise

(I make this myself)

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100. Sarabeth's Meatloaf Magnificence

What’s in it? thick slice of leftover meatloaf, sarabeth's fruit preserves (cherry-plum if possible), mustard, cheddar cheese

What should we know? For all sweet & savory fanatics, this is heaven. Meatloaf was made for mustard, jam, and sammies. Enjoy.

Bread Type? whole wheat unless otherwise preferred (toasted)

Made by Andrea and Sarah

(I make this myself)

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101. rawr rawr rawr

What’s in it? tomatoe, cheese, ham, mayonaise, peanut butter, margarine or butter, jam (strawberry or rasberry), and chocolate chips if you want

What should we know? Delicious! I have it everyday for lunch! Everyone at my work loves it!

Bread Type? pumpernickle

Found by Amy Pace

(I bought this sandwich)

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102. Razzlewurst

What’s in it? Hard cured summer sausage, chunky raspberry jam and salted butter.

What should we know? Fresh homemade white bread is best, of course.

Bread Type? White bread




Made by PhatGnat

(I make this myself)

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103. PhatGnats PhatSandwhich

What’s in it? Ham, Cheese, Salami, Chilli Jam… Toast Sandwhich … Salad to taste

What should we know? Chilli Jam can be bought from any semi decent Deli, if i can get it from where i live then any one can. its very very nice. Warbutons may be hard to get hold of as its made in bolton, lancashire, england. i struggle getting it when i visit london, so you yanky doodles are probably going to struggle. but believe me its the best bread in the world.

Bread Type? Warburtons White Toastie (toasted)

Made by yuku-aki

(I make this myself)

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104. The Red-Eye Special

What’s in it? Peanut butter, Toasted sesame seeds, Poppy seeds, Onion flakes, Caraway seeds, Onion slices, Gloucester or sharp cheddar cheese, honey if desired (single source orange flower honey is incredible) Assemble either as a cold sandwich on toasted bread, or brush bread with melted butter and grill. I've found it's best served warm, and warmed raspberry jam or maple syrup is excellent for dipping.

What should we know? The caraway is necessary; it's like the glue that holds the flavors of the sandwich together. Use ”special” butter if desired for that warm-and-fuzzy feeling. ;) And don't forget to wash it down with a good light ale or pils. Mmmmm. I'm going to make one now.

Bread Type? Any with a light flavor, dark breads tend to overpower the filling. Lightly baked... I mean toasted. ;) (toasted)

Found by Laura

(I bought this sandwich)

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105. Creamcheese and Jam Sandwich

What’s in it? Cream cheese and your favorite kind of jam.

What should we know? Spred cream cheese and jam on tortilla, roll and eat.

Bread Type? flour tortilla (also works on regular sandwich bread)




Made by Stephi

(I make this myself)

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106. PPJ toasted Pitta

What’s in it? Crunchy peanut butter, can use smooth but I like the Crunch! Strawberry jam, my fav but use any jam you like. Make sure to put a good size portion on and then grill! the warm peanut butter is the best! Then eat when hot - I like to eat it with a big class of fresh orange or what ever juice you like would be good!

What should we know? Has to be toasted or this is just not as nice. Banana can be added aswell, I did this in a hot tortilla wrap before, the banana went all gooey and mixed with the hot PPJ! It is also nice dipped in yogurt! Just makes you feel good.

Bread Type? Wholemeal pitta bread (has 2 b toasted!) (toasted)

Made by Vince Ostertag

(I make this myself)

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107. PB&I

What’s in it? Spread peanut butter on both pieces of bread. This keeps the ice cream from melting. If you can tear away the paper carton enough you can slice the ice cream as needed, then place slice right in the middle. Put it back in the freeze for ten min. or so. Awesome munchy stuff.

What should we know? Use what ever combo of ice cream, jam, banana,or whatever but I like the above combo the best.

Bread Type? Plain white.

Made by Yael

(I make this myself)

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108. Cheese Cake Sandwich

What’s in it? Blueberry Jam and Plain Cream Cheese

What should we know? Toast the bread and it will taste like a desert!

Bread Type? White or Chala (toasted)




Made by jayden

(I make this myself)

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109. jam sandwich

What’s in it? jam and bread on top with a little bit of butter

Bread Type? brown bread







Made by jayden

(I make this myself)

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110. jam sandwich

What’s in it? jam and bread on top with a little bit of butter

Bread Type? brown bread







Made by Sara Blanchfield

(I make this myself)

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111. creamy angel dessert sandwich

What’s in it? Softened cream cheese Seedless jam Spread the cream cheese and the jam on a slice of angelfood cake and sandwich with a second slice. Butter the outside of cake and toast in a warmed skillet, grilled cheese style.

What should we know? This sandwich is actually one of our favorite desserts. The cream cheese puffs and warms as the sandwich toasts - fabulous! To serve as a dessert, you can plate it ,dust it with powdered sugar and serve with a fork; but my kids just eat it with their hands!

Bread Type? sliced angelfood (loaf-type cake slices best) (toasted)

Made by velda

(I make this myself)

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112. Grilled bananna sandwich

What’s in it? 1/2 large bananna, sliced lengthwise, into 3 strips 1 T Peanut butter 1 T honey 1 T butter/margarine Build sandwich using first 3 ingredients, butter outside of bread and place in hot frying pan. Cook the same way as you would cook a grilled cheese. Flatten it with the spatula if you like.

What should we know? When its still really warm, slice on the diagonal and double wrap in aluminum foil. That way it's going to stay warm until you get to where you're going. Absolutely delicious. Also great with raspberry jam instead of honey.

Bread Type? Thick homemade style sliced white bread (toasted)

Found by Bianca

(I bought this sandwich)

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113. Dessert Sandwich

What’s in it? Cream cheese and raspberry jam

What should we know? try other jam such as apricot, strawberry, and orange

Bread Type? toasted ciabatta




Made by Lucy

(I make this myself)

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114. Not-a-tuna-sandwich

What’s in it? strawberry jam, peanut butter and wotsits

What should we know? jam always goes on the bottom with the peanut butter on top of that then the wotsits added last

Bread Type? white

Made by Does it matter?

(I make this myself)

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115. I'm pretty drunk!??

What’s in it? (real) butter Peanut butter Bacon Pickle relish Fresh onion Jam or jelly

What should we know? I suggest toasting the bread. I used sweet pickle relish, thought it would compliment the jam. I don't think it matters what type you use. depends on preference. I had orange in the fridge so that's what I used. You can alter the ingredients according to your taste. I would have liked to have used cream cheese instead of the butter, but I didn't have it. Only thing for certain is that the inspiration for this late night meal is…. BEER!!!!!!

Bread Type? Whatever you want

Made by peader

(I make this myself)

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116. Amazing PB & J variation

What’s in it? Creamy peanut butter and blueberry jam, and 2 slices of french toast. Or crunchy peanut butter, if you prefer, and whatever kind of jam you like best. But the french toast is a must.

What should we know? First, beat two eggs with a splash of milk (I use soymilk) in a shallow, flat dish about the size of one slice of your bread (if you're doing one slice at a time, like I do) Add some cinnamon and nutmeg to the egg mixture because it makes the toast that much better. Cook the french toast as usual, 2 and a half minutes on each side with the pan on medium-high heat usually gets it really good. Right before your french toast is done, scoop about 1/4 cup of peanut butter into a microwave safe cup and nuke it for 35-40 seconds, or until warm and runny. Add a heaping spoonful of jam to the warm peanutbutter and mix well. When your french toast is done, spread the peanut butter/jam mixture over one slice, put the other slice on top, and enjoy. I usually eat mine with a fork. It's best when it's still warm and gooey.

Bread Type? Multi-grain. As many grains as you can get.

Found by Tennyson

(I bought this sandwich)

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117. Chevre & proscuitto panini

What’s in it? Chevre, proscuitto, and apricot jam.

What should we know? I learned this recipe at a Williams-Sonoma cooking class. It's my favorite panini! First spread the jam lightly on both sides of the bread, just enough to coat and get some flavor. Then on one slice layer some proscuitto and top it off with your favorite chevre. It should be fairly thin, but don't feel like you have to skimp. Heat up a panini press and grill your sandwich. Or you can do it grilled cheese style. Enjoy!!

Bread Type? I like 7 grain or similar varieties for this. Needs to be a little sturdy. (toasted)

Made by tom kern

(I make this myself)

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118. ”croque-monsieur au foie gras et jambon,chevre, avec smoked chocolat fondue”

What’s in it? Combine softened chevre(goats cheese)and chopped seranno ham(any ham will do) and spread on sliced brioche. Place seared foie gras between two cheese coated brioche slices, dip in egg batter(3 whole eggs, beaten) and cook- grill cheese method- til crisp. Serve with smoked chocolate sauce.Enjoy!

What should we know? totally etherial! 2000 cal.

Bread Type? blue cheese brioche (toasted)

Found by Stephanie

(I bought this sandwich)

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119. Campfire grilled strawberry sandwich

What’s in it? Butter, Two slices bread, Strawberry jam, home made if you can get it (my mom used to make her own.

What should we know? When my family and I would go camping, this would be a night time treat. My dad would make a fire, and we'd sit and talk until there were lots of good hot embers. Then my mom would butter the outsides of the bread, and put the strawberry jam inside. My dad would get out the square shaped sandwich grill with the long handle, and clamp the sandwich inside. The crusts would be trimmed off automatically when the thing was closed. About three to five minutes on each side, and the bread is crisply toasted on the outside and BE CAREFUL, the jam is hot! More like a pie than a sandwich, actually. Fond memories!

Bread Type? Your favorite Square, rather soft bread. My mom used Wonder Bread, I would do wheat or oat now. (toasted)

Made by J. Risen

(I make this myself)

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120. James R. Bennett Brotherhood Sandwich

What’s in it? Corned beef, horseradish sauce, pepper jack cheese

What should we know? Sandwich was invented by T. Elliott, founder of the J.R.B.B.

Bread Type? White




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