Bread – if you can find sandwich cut get it
The next items are all in whatever you want to put in them:
Peanut Butter (try flavored ones for a kick)
Okay so here is what I did. I found some bread placed it in a cutting board and on top of that I added a thin layer of peanut butter to both sides of the bread. Then I placed a SMALL amount of jelly in the center of the peanut butter. Just a little bit more than that and it wont seal right. Then I took my sandwich cutter and sealer and cut the crusts off – trust me when I say to do these two steps separately because my cutter and sealer can be used at the same time. Anyway cut off the crusts and save them in a large plastic bag then take the sealer part and press down to crimp the edges. Label another small bag write what flavor it is and seal it. If you don’t have one of the nifty sandwich things cut of the crusts with a knife and seal it with your peanut butter lid or a glass. Works just as well. Now the crusts place them in the freezer and use them to make breadcrumbs for later! Here are the flavors I did:
PB and Strawberry Preserves
PB and Nutella
Mighty maple PB and Strawberry Preserves
White Chocolate Wonderful (WCW) PB and Honey
WCW PB and Nutella
WCW PB all by itself
When I did the Nutella I did not place it in the middle I did one side PB one side Nutella.
The Honey, however, I did place in between the PB a small drizzle.
I made the ones I like on white bread and made the husband the ones he will like on wheat bread (also he will not eat his without jelly so I am guessing uoi can figure out what flavors he likes and what ones I like). We’ve tossed them in the freezer and still have some bread left – I got lazy figured 20 would be enough for now. Now I did not have to buy anything other than the sealer and the bread so for me 20 sandwiches cost 4 bucks. I would say I saved money what do you think? Also I like the way they taste. All though next time I am thinking of adding marshmallow fluff….mmmm it’s cool go ahead and drool!
All plated for my lunch
yummmmm PB and Nutella!