Grilled Peanut Butter and Jelly will take your PB&Js to the next level!
Please tell me you do this already.
Please tell me you think it’s silly for me to even post this recipe, because everyone already knows how amazing it is to grill a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Tell me you’ve been doing this for years and it’s a staple in your family’s lunch time rotation.
Because if you haven’t ever grilled a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, or you’ve never heard of such a thing, I’m going to feel a little bit guilty.
A little bit guilty that I’ve waited almost two full years to tell you about this special sandwich.
A little bit guilty that I’ve let you continue to live your life without knowing what you were missing.
It’s time to right this wrong, and share with you one of my favorite lunches.
You’ve surely had your fair share of PB and Js. Maybe you’ve even experimented with fancy jams, added slices of banana, or tucked nutella or marshmallow creme between two slices of bread.
But if you really want to take your PB and J to the next level, there’s only one thing to do. Grill it.
That’s right. Slather the outer sides of your bread with butter, slather the insides with peanut butter and your favorite jam or jelly, then plop it in a skillet and let it get nice and toasty brown on both sides.
Slice it in half lunchbox style then take a bite.
Let it hit you. The crispy, buttery bread giving away to jelly and peanut butter all melted together into a warm, gooey mess.
This is pb and j…all grown up. Please note nutritional information for my recipes is calculated by a third party service and provided as a courtesy to my readers. For the most accurate calculation, I always recommend running the numbers yourself with the specific products you use.
Nutrition Information: Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 539Trans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 15g
Recipe by Neighborfood
Please note nutritional information for my recipes is calculated by a third party service and provided as a courtesy to my readers. For the most accurate calculation, I always recommend running the numbers yourself with the specific products you use.