My son and I can’t tell you the name of this sandwich, because it’s adapted from a book we’ll talk about in a day or two. We will give you our version of the recipe today, though . . . then we’ll tell you about the book.
But first I just want to send my love to any of my readers who live in Japan, have loved ones there, or are connected with the devastation there in any way. My prayers and thoughts are with you.
This morning I learned of a blog that is hosting an online bake sale at the end of March. I will keep you filled in as I learn more about it.
Until then, let me tell you how we made the sandwich . . .
sandwich that is yet to be named
2 pieces of white bread
1/3 banana, sliced
butter, at room temperature
Preheat a panini press to low, or set a nonstick skillet over low heat. Spread peanut butter on both slices of bread. Top with chocolate chips and banana slices. Press together and spread outsides of sandwich with butter. Press inside the panini press or grill on skillet until golden brown.
*This would also be good with nutella