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April 12, 2021

How to Make Grilled PB&J

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There is always that one college staple that lasts with you for the rest of your life, for me it was the discovery of grilled PB&J. I have had more peanut butter and jelly in my life than I care to count. It’s just one of those foods that never goes out of style and is always a go to on a rough day or a day you are busy. Well there was this small little ‘dining’ area below where I lived in the dorms and one of the things they offered was a grilled PB&J. One day I finally got around to ordering it and it was LIFE CHANGING. Literally the melted flavors of peanut butter and jelly combined with the rich toast taste of the bread was just phenomenal. It’s hard to explain how amazing this was to a young college kid, but it was definitely a highlight for me!

Overall Review: 5/5

Once I discovered the grilled PB&J it became a routine part of my meals/snack regimen. There are several ways to make this, you can make a normal PB&J and then butter the outer sides of the bread and set on a warm griddle. The other option is closer to how you make a grilled cheese sandwich. Butter the bread slices and let those start to toast on the griddle and then add your peanut butter and jelly to the slices. Once the jelly and peanut butter are warm you pull them off the grill, combine and enjoy!

If you do decide to make this grilled PB&J, know that its an easy way to spice up a classic recipe. You can adjust any portions of this recipe to adjust to your taste and what you have in the fridge. Overall, this is a simple classic recipe that will be a fun staple to add to your lunch rotations. For those who decide to try this recipe, leave a comment below so I can see how it went!

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Grilled Peanut Butter and Jelly

Servings 1 person

Equipment

  • Griddle

Ingredients
  

  • 2 Slices White Bread
  • 2 tsp Butter
  • Jelly Grape or Raspberry
  • Peanut Butter Jiff or Peter Pan

Instructions
 

  • Place your griddle on medium/low heat. This is important because you don't want to burn the toast and want to give time for the peanut butter and jelly to melt properly.
  • Butter one side of each of your two slices of white bread. I prefer white bread with peanut butter and jellys but you can use any type.
  • Add your desired jelly and peanut butter to each slice of bread (non-buttered side) and place the two pieces together. I highly recommend leaving margin for the jelly and peanut butter to spread and is melts. Otherwise it will overflow out the sides of the bread.
  • Set your peanut butter in the jelly in the center of the griddle. Let cook over medium/low heat. Don't let it get too hot as you want to see the insides melt and the outside of the bread look golden brown.
  • Once cooked, take off pan and place on plate. Cut in half and serve.