@unksol@whomeyesu summer camp introduced me to peanut butter and marshmallow fluff (which might as well be pure sugar). Peanut butter and banana is far better. But then again mine are usually PB and honey or PB and blackberry jelly. Well it would be blackberry jelly if trader joes had had any in the last 2+ and counting years. Only get to go there a couple times a year tops and they have always been out.
And definitely not on both sides with the PB because then where can I wipe off the knife after I have spread the PB and whatever?
@Kidsandliz@unksol Actually my fav or ultimate PB&J is Peanut butter on one side of two slices of bread. Than top of the peanut butter side on just one slice add fluff. The remaining slice that has only peanut butter add your favorite jam or jelly. Cut up a banana in pretty thin slices and layer both slices covering jelly/jam than fluff with banana. Now, that’s my favorite but since it takes so long to prep. When im in a hurry i don’t add fluff or jelly/jam. I just sprinkle some sugar on top of the banana for the added sweetness…I know now you’re hungry. So am ¡!
@algae1221@Kidsandliz@unksol I’ve done that its good and gooey. What I haven’t had is those PB&J sandwiches sold in frozen food section deep fried. I hear that is very good. Ive tried those frozen sandwiches just thawed and they are not very good if you’re asking.
So I’d imagine if you cut up hotdogs and buns, or cut up a PB&J (or both) and threw them in cereal and added some milk, then spread the soggy mess between two pieces of bread one could ask: is this a soup sandwich or just plain gross?
PS and don’t even get us started on the pop tart ravioli soup option where you’d use pop tarts as the bread for PB&J and then… well never mind…
But I do wonder if you are soaking chocolate chip cookies in milk, or have used to be hot brownies mixed in now melted ice cream is that then soup…?