Friday, February 6, 2009

Peanut Butter and Bacon Sandwiches





peanut butter and bacon


I got turned onto these a few years ago.
Sending a combo wink/smile n a nod out to Cappy. : )
They are not for the thin-waisted only eat a salad wannabe waifs.
This sandwich is for those of you NOT afraid of calories, nor artery clogging.





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(I like this bread for this sandwich, - it says fat free- that makes me laugh, knowing what I'm about to do to it.)


Ingredients:

Bread
Bacon
Peanut butter




Preparation:

Toast Bread (lightly)
Slather both pieces of bread with peanut butter
Layer in (at least) six slices of cooked bacon

peanut butter bacon sandwich
well you know the rest...


eat.
follow ...



with a large ice cold glass of milk.











27 comments:

pigpigscorner said...

This looks amazing. Reminds me of bacon brownies somehow!

Kathleen said...

Bacon brownies? Really?!

Anonymous said...

Add some honey to the mix... mmmmm

Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" said...

ooh comments are open :)

I know bacon is all the rave in all things now, but I can't do that. lol

Kathleen said...

Anonymous...honey is good. Chocolate might be even better.


LOL Rachelle! I didn't know bacon is all the rave in all things right now...I think I live with my head buried in the snow (minnesota n all).
Came across these photos from a few years ago and decided to blog it.


Fighting the urge to make it. But after adding my own suggestion to the mix, bout adding chocolate.....thnx to the brownie comment....
it's getting harder and harder... I mean...

chocolate, peanut butter and bacon...yeh.


Salad Please?! ha.

diva@sugarbar said...

haha, this looks AMAZING. all i can say is this is so indulgent. you have been evil to the fat free bread and i love it! :) skinny fat-therefore-good-food-lovers can all sod off. x

Kathleen said...
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chuck said...

I never would of thought of putting peanut butter and bacon together. It look good!

Kathleen said...

Anyone who has the balls to say sod off publicly on a blog written by someone the don't know...


gets new bff status immediately. : )



Chuck, chuck, chuck, I hadn't either.



come sit with diva n I n indulge thnx.

Kevin said...

That looks so good! I just had a pb&j with bacon sandwich this morning. I like how the pb melts all over the warm bacon. The sweet strawberry jam went surprisingly well with it.

Kathleen said...

Kevin...


great minds and all that, eh?

I'm partial to grape, I'm beginning to wonder if anything would be a bad addition to this, PB & J with bacon. Amen I say.

Kathleen said...

p.s.

big fan of your blog I am!

Susan C said...

Your bacon is glistening. How do you do that?

I always substituted peanut butter for mayo on BLTs when I was a kid. I forgot how good that combo is.

La Table De Nana said...

I saw these on the net and thought..wow.And it's you!

As a child I loved PB ,jam and chip sandwiches..
These sound way better:)

Angry Brit said...

Mmmm... Bacon. I am salivating just looking at these sandwiches. Honey would be good. Maple syrup would be better. Twist of black pepper. Guess what I'm having for dinner tonight?

Kathleen said...

Susan, if I had a formula for glistening bacon I'd share it. Was the image tweaked using PSP you bet it was. Little noise reduction, contrast adjustment, etc...

Nana! I like it when you're here!


Angry Brit~~~ Can I come over? I think you're on to something there.

emma said...

I've always had my bacon and pb with sliced tomato and a grind of black pepper. Kinda tastes like a satay sandwich. Damn, 20 mins since breakfast and I'm already hungry again.....

Kathleen said...

Emma this was a whole new ballgame of indulgence for me. Wish I'd have eaten when I was a kid!

Anonymous said...

And to think I was called crazy for making peanut butter and Cheese Whiz sandwiches!

Anonymous said...

but then you have to dunk it in buttermilk -yum-

jen said...

In my youth, I spent my summers as a counsellor at a canoe tripping camp. We made these every morning on trip because they're delicious, easy, the kids loved them and they fuel you all the way to lunch. Thanks for the memories

Kathleen said...

So basically what you're telling me is that for 40 some years I've been missing out on something a lot of people were already eating.

THAT is food abuse.
I blame my parents.

ha. ha. ha.


speaking of parents, i need to post my mom's french toast, now that's the food of love.


Thank you Jen, for taking the time to comment.

: )

Dawn said...

ohhhh heaven! girl you have my heart on this one!

Kathleen said...

Dawn, believe me when I say this, not having grown up eating these sandwiches, I had no clue this would be so popular.


then again...


it is bacon.


: )

Angry Brit said...

Kathleen- come on over. I'm making blood orange mimosas. Plus, judging from the recent weather in Minnesota, LA might be a nice break for you! :)

Kathleen said...

I may take you up on that one of these days!

Ha, yes well heat wave this week with temps in the 20's.

What can I bring? I promise ...not cold weather!

Angry Brit said...

Bring more prosecco!

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