Recipe by ifurby101
"This is one of my favorite recipes because it is light and very tasty. I had one of my family members try it and she thought it was so good that it was a recipe from a published cookbook. It is the best sweet sandwich you will ever taste! Perfect for all ages."
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apple, cored and diced
whole-wheat bread, toasted
In theory this sounds good but it didn't really work out as planned. I'd make this again but I would layer sliced apples and banana on the sandwich with the peanut butter and jelly and leave out the apple juice all together.
My son found this recipe and made it as written. We thought it was delicious but there was too much apple juice. We used the drained fruit, and it was great.
Delicious! Made it without the apple juice and it was completely scrumptious and made me feel full. :) I also used blueberry jam but either way it turned out great!
I agree with the other reviewers - too much juice! You really don't need any juice at all. Like Sarah Jo said, I think it would look better to simply layer the banana and apples, omit the juice all together.
I thought what Sarah Jo said sounded reasonable, so I decided to slice my bananas and apples onto one slice of bread. Then I mixed together the jam, peanut butter, and juice to put on the other slice. It's too much juice. Maybe half as much is needed. My homemade bread fell apart, but that didn't affect the taste one bit.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
P-nutty Fruit Salad Sandwich
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 84
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