Peanut Butter Toast
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Peanut Butter Toast

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Serves 1

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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donna_wowee
5th Jul, 2009
I made my margarine piping hot as suggested but found it difficult to spread, it spat up at me and was too liquidy to get on my knife. Ended up pouring on all 500g as wasn't sure how much I would've used if it was more spreadable. You definitely need a spoon to eat this peanut butter on toast which I wasn't expecting, but lovely to try a classic American recipe at last. The ones I've found always insist on knife and forks. This recipe i'd definitely say is more for the 'keen cook' that a beginner.
sioden
19th May, 2009
The strawberry Jam comment is definately close to the mark. But the best combination is by far Peanut Butter and Marmalade on Wholemeal. that's me done. Nearly. I'm also slightly partial to cheese with my peanut butter....
jamiemahaddie
17th Mar, 2009
5.05
I accidentally ate all the peanut butter before putting it on the toast, so I messed it up, just had toast. I'm trying again tomorrow. Thanks for the inspiration. Would like more similar ideas please!
-ruth-
9th Mar, 2009
Wait Sheppy I have another question, i found the simplicity of the recipe extremely helpful but there were factors left out. You have not suggested what I should use to spread the margarine, all i had left was the toaster and well that didn't go to plan. Feedback please?
-ruth-
9th Mar, 2009
Sheppy mate, are you personal friends with the likes of Gordon Ramsay? Because recipes such as these excede ANYTHING that man has ever cooked. What i found so ingenius was the use of a toaster as an ingredient futhermore the simplicity of the recipe. I think I might add one for beans on toast. Seriously Sheppy I need to know are you joking or serious, as of yet I am still unsure.
emmawelsh
5th Feb, 2009
I have a peanut allergy, does this contain nuts or will I be ok...? I'll give it a go and let you know.....
fluffyhelen
23rd Jan, 2009
You're all missing out on the key ingredient here... STRAWBERRY JAM!! Peanut butter&strawberry jam. Good enough to serve at dinner parties! Mmmmm.
sheppy
7th Jan, 2009
5.05
Alas I don't think you can make toast in the microwave. However, I'd suggest getting a couple of candles that you may have lying around and lightly toasting the bread on a skewer... Beware of scented candles though. However, if you wanted to toast your nuts in the microwave, here's how to do it: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/46355/you_can_toast_nuts_in_the_microwave.html?cat=22
marola
7th Jan, 2009
I have not rated this recipe yet as I do not own a toaster. Please can anyone tell me if it's possible to make in a microwave and if so what are the cooking times. Thanks.
diadesigns
5th Jan, 2009
5.05
I love peanut butter!

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