Peanut Butter Toast
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Peanut Butter Toast

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Moist Peanut Butter Toast, with a twist of margarine

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Ingredients

  • 1 Tub of Peanut Butter
  • 1 Tub of Margarine
  • 2 Slices of White Bread
  • 1 Toaster

Method

    1. Pop the bread into the toaster.
    2. Once the toast is crispy golden, remove from the toaster, and immediately spread the margarine on whilst still piping hot.
    3. Evenly spread the peanut butter on top of the toast.
    4. Serve.

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19john82's picture

Adding honey on top is a MUST--it's incomplete without the honey! I'm having some now and have been eating this for years--great source of quick (slow digesting) protein, carbs, and honey for lacing the intestines which makes for a smoother passage of digesting food.

sweetmummy's picture

This recipe was a little tricky to master but so worth the effort it was a big hit at my recent dinner party everyone wanted the recipe. Thank you this one is a keeper. :)

colerainelaura's picture
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what type of bread do you suggest that I use for this?

j5annab's picture
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I can confirm that this is not appropriate for those with a peanut allergy. I tried this recipe on my husband who is allergic to peanuts and it had the same affect that it did the last time we played Russian roulette with a packet of revels.

starlightsteve's picture
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Waste of space on this website.

jasminevictoriaxxx's picture
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this is hilarious!!! :')

judiper's picture

Use only the cheapest margarine that you can find. Mmmmm...Or for a luxurious twist, try some lurpack...

brian1941's picture

You take all the best of the previous suggestions (peanut butter, jam, Tabasco, cucumber etc) and sandwich it all between two slices of good white bread. To complete this delicacy it is then coated in chip-shop batter and deep-fried in 1kg of margarine untill golden brown.

lottierugg's picture
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With cucumber on top it's divine!

brumleybrae's picture
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I tried with chocolate spread last night (scrummy 20 March) but the colour clashes with the bedroom ceiling and its a devil to get up when your sticky side is down. Made me snicker!
This is probably 'flag as inappropriate' but sometimes you have to live dangerously...

brumleybrae's picture
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I tried with chocolate spread last night (scrummy 20 March) but the colour clashes with the bedroom ceiling and its a devil to get up when your sticky side is down.
This is probably 'flag as inappropriate' but sometimes you have to live dangerously...

verschoyle's picture
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Have no idea why this is so highly rated? I tried it today with high hopes after reading previous comments and was truly disappointed with the result.

I stuck to the recipe completely, except I substituted the margarine for real butter and the bread for old socks - would not recommend this recipe :-(

traciekan's picture

i do a similar recipe with chocolate spread, prepare one of each then lay one on top of the other sticky side down. slice into quarters and eat. Snicker toast!

brian1941's picture

A serious slurp of Tabasco sauce added to the peanut butter makes all the difference. Add to taste.

chazzius's picture
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As an alternative to bread I occasionally just smear the ingredients over my hands, I find it cuts out carbs while adding an interesting twist to a classic recipe. Also if you do try out the smear method I suggest not washing for 2 to 3 days beforehand so you get some of the lovely flavours and aromas of your dirty life into the dish. Enjoy

schubun33's picture
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Great recipe, but with winter approaching and the prospect of hopefully squeezing into my xmas dress with all my lady bumps where they should be and being able to breath at the same time, I'm trying to stay away from carbs at the moment. Do you have any alternatives to using bread? I don't think Ryvita works well in a toaster?

sarilu75's picture
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For a special occasion....try the addition of some Rose's Lime Marmalade..I know, it's an expensive ingredient, but for that special someone...it's worth it.
However, it looks revolting....but tastes heavenly. I hope this hasn't spoilt the simplicity of this ultra amazing recipe..how did you come up with it?? Surely we#ll be seeing you on the Food Channel sometime soon?

sarah1804's picture

after trawling through recipes for the last couple of hours or so i found this very amusing!well done!

gembob-g's picture

Mmmmm, peanut butter is my fave! Try doing one slice with chocolate spread and sandwich together. It's like a little bit of heaven mmmm.

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