So sometimes you just want the great things that you ate as a kid. Elementary as they are, I often crave a pb&j sammy – and avoid making one because it is not full of healthy and good for you ingredients. (A real excuse right?) But the other night Ryan wasn’t home yet, and I was starving and there was the sliced sourdough… and the fresh strawberries… just sitting and staring at me… and so it was. My favorite kid sandwich sitting on a plate just a little warm from toasting the bread and gooey and fresh and dang delicious. Oh so delicious. So here it is, my more “grown up” version of PB&J. And so it is.
2 slices of soughdough bread toasted (with a little butter would be nice also)
A few sliced strawberries
A couple of spoonfuls of creamy peanut butter
A few spoonfuls of jam of choice (I prefer either red plum or strawberry)
On one piece of toasted bread spread the jam, on the other the peanut butter. On top of the peanut butter slice pile high those strawberries and put the jelly slice on top of the other slice sandwiching the strawberries in between. Cut in half and dig in friend. Enjoy every bite of goodness.