Saturday, April 16, 2011

Delicious way to use up those pesky end slices of bread...

If you're like me, you hate those pesky end slices of sandwich bread.  I'm just not a fan of that much crust.  Well when I reached for my loaf of bread to make a pb&j sandwich, I peaked inside to grab two slices when all I got were two end pieces.  Eww!  So what does Canadianprep do with two end pieces? I made a grilled pb,b&n sandwich - peanut butter, banana, and nutella!  Soooo delicious!

All you need are these key items:
banana, peanut butter, two end pieces of bread, nutella, margarine or butter, a non-stick frypan, and powdered sugar for decoration
  1. Turn stove on medium-low heat, preheat non-stick frypan
  2. Spread peanut butter on inside of end piece 1. Don't spread too close to the edges, or else it will melt too quickly and melt into your pan
  3. spread nutella on inside of end piece 2. Again, avoid edges.
  4. slice banana and place in three rows on one of the slices.  I can usually fit nine total slices of banana.
  5. Put the two bread pieces together, butter outer side of one of the sides, place sandwich on pan with buttered side down, then butter the top unbuttered side.  With four sides to spread, it's a little messy...
  6. Heat first side until it's slightly crispy, flip, and grill the other side.
  7. After both sides are slightly golden, remove from heat, place on plate, and decorate with powdered sugar
  8. Cut in half and enjoy!  


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  2. Yuum! I always like doing things like this except also making each piece of bread a piece of french toast. So its like a french toast sandwich! delish!

  3. I love the "heels" when it's a fresh Italian loaf.

  4. that looks like HEAVEN!!!!

  5. YUM, that's making my mouth water!

    I have a funny story for how I came across your blog! I was googling "Lilly pulitzer painted canvas" because I'm planning on doing some paintings for my bedroom wall next year, and one of your paintings came up! Do you still do Lilly paintings? They are GORGEOUS!! :)