Ever since I came across the peanut butter, banana and honey combo I have been enjoying it in many different ways. The simplest, perhaps, is as a sandwich. All you really need is a slice of bread (or two) slathered with some stick to the roof of your mouth good peanut butter, piled high with bananas all dripping with sweet, sticky honey. I have used this combo as open faced sandwiches, regular sandwiches and I even tried buttering the bread and grilling it. The grilled peanut butter, banana and honey sandwich was particularly good with the peanut butter melting a bit and dripping all over. The messier the better! I have been eating them for breakfast, lunch, snack or even as a quick light meal.
Peanut Butter, Banana and Honey Sandwiches
- 2 slices bread, lightly toasted
- 2+ tablespoons peanut butter
- 1 banana, sliced
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Assemble sandwich open-faced or closed and enjoy!
Lovely! You never disappoint Kevin 🙂
You have a way of making the simple look extraordinary. Great photo!
You should try building peanut butter and banana French toast! That is completely delicious and completely out of hand, albeit much less portable and lunchboxable than your current experiments.
Clumbsy Cookie says
They look delicious Kevin, bouth of them, but the toast one is calling my name! I’m not the biggest fan of peanut butter in sandwiches but somehow when I think of it with bananas it appeals to me. And of course, honey is allways good stuff!
maybelles parents says
oh, my husband’s super-favorite. have you ever added a bit of cream cheese to the party. (mix cream cheese with honey)
Sometimes the simplest things are the best! Love your sandwich, Kev 🙂
Oh, and I have all of this stuff in the kitchen right now…:)
LOVE PB and BANANA anything, especially a simple sandwich. Yours looks yum-o.
Hope you don’t mind, I’ve linked your blog on my blog. (If you do mind, just let me know.)
Your food and photos are great!
[eatingclub] vancouver || js says
Looks freakin’ delicious. I want one now!
Elvis would be all over that sandwich :0)
Those look delicious. Very Elvis… or is that PB and pickle?
I’ve given you a You Make My Day Award on my blog 🙂
Mrs Ergül says
This is simple enough for me! Great!
You are without a doubt the most awesome photographer of your food. You can make a simple sandwich look like something out Bon Appetit! That just looks delicious.
I used to eat those as a kid. They are so comforting! My mom would sometimes grill the bananas, warm the peanut butter, and then pour it over the bananas with a drizzle of honey. It was so good. Total kid food, back then.
javagirlkt's cookin' says
sounds DELICIOUS. you make something so simple look so elegant and beautiful.
Diana Evans says
yummmmmmmmm Kevin!!! I just popped in to see what you have been up to and it appears I have many posts to catch up on….
I actually had a peanut butter and blueberry sandwich…tonight…how cool is that….
Kevin, With the posting of this yummy sandwich, you have been elevated to supreme being status in my household!
Cathy C says
Elvis would be proud – he is smiling from above on you right now.
Love the combo
oo this is my utmost fave snack!
Sweet Bird says
I love it, such a classic snack! I’m really enjoying your blog, I’ve been following it now for some time. I especially love how you keep everything in small portions. So easy to recreate when only cooking for one or two.
I LOVE these. They were one of my first posts 🙂 There’s this amazing cafe in Ithaca, NY (where I went to school) that makes these soooo well. Your pics are lovely, btw!
Kirk Mastin says
The perfect combination! Love the pic.
My daughter and I make these all the time. Our favorite way is fried. We love them!
At last, a recipe I might be able to prepare on a work day!
Those do, indeed, look addictive!!
OMG! This was my lunch last month! Every day (Mon-Fri) I ate this sandwich for lunch. …mmm!
What a great idea, I would never have thought of this combo 😉
I love peanut butter and banana sandwiches. Have not added the honey factor though.
Peter M says
Eating these makes us all big kids and that’s A-OK with me.
you’re kidding me right?? i need to go away for a minute and come back. OK this is outrageously good!
That’s my favourite! Mr. G introduced it to me and I fell in loveeee with it. Sandwich beautifully taken. You’ve done it justice 🙂
Well, that looks good! My favorite is peanut butter and dill pickle sandwich. Try it some time. Amazing combination.
Another banana/peanut butter lover here .. but grilled ? Hmmmm … interesting take that I will definitely try.
My favorite – PB and bananas! Nice photo.
Yum! Quick and easy, yet delicious! Peanut butter is the best even though I prefer the highly processed kind over the all natural.
Oh, yes… that looks so good, my mouth is watering for one right now!
Ooooh yum – one of my favourite sarnies!
I love your sandwiches!!!!! I may eat all !!yummy,yummy,yummy xxGloria
Yes, I can see my 12 year old eating these. And leaving sticky, gooey fingerprints everywhere! I love bananas with everything!
I agree with Dragon, you definately have a talent! That sandwich looks awesome!
I have always wanted to try this sandwich but have never done it. Thanks for inspiring me to finally try it.
Such a great combo!
My Sweet & Saucy says
I LOVE this combo too! The photos are killing me!
So simple and delicious! I want this for breakfast right now! Since I can’t have it, I’ll feature y our side and your beautiful photography on my site! Thank you so much for sharing this and making my mouth water!
holy moly! that looks awesome! sometimes simple is best. This is an easy dish even a 6 year old could whip up, but perfectly wonderful.
My son’s favorite sandwich is peanut butter, bananas, chocolate chips and cinnamon sugar. I love how you grilled your creation.
Annie & Nate says
I’m not a big fan of bananas, but that looks really good and healthy. I like how you grilled the bread first – perfect!
Aww, this brings nostalgia – my dad would love this! Our Sunday morning breakkie haha.
Sarah B says
Came across this post on Tastespotting. One of my all time favorites….try it with crispy bacon or pecans….amazing!!
One of my favorite combos ever! I like bananas, peanut butter on waffles with either honey or maple syrup. It’s the best breakfast ever!
This looked so good I tried it today : ) although I have eaten pb and banana sandwiches, I’ve never had it with honey until now. Yum~
Oh the PBBH, my boyfriend’s all time favorite. Looks delicious!
Great pictures Kevin! They look really nice and yummy. A great combi!
The photo says it all
Wow! this looks incredibly sinful for the palate but soooo yummy. Add some bacon !! We will try to emulate this at home! Nice blog
Oh my…that really looks delicious!..
That certainly beats the toasted quinoa bread and cheese that I had for dinner 🙂
banana and honey is my kind of combination. Looks delicious Believe it or not I am just taking off the oven a honey banana , nut cake
i know for a fact that this one’s a winner. nice pics!
noble pig says
These brings back so many childhood memories…I love it.
This looks so good! I used to love peanut butter and honey sandwiches although I rarely had banana with them.
yes this is a winner! round of applause!
I love these sandwiches. And, I have to admit I do put some bacon in there as well. And raisins go well too.
That photo is really good; photographing sliced bananas is a challenge and you did really well.
This looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it tonight.
Wow, you even make that look amazing. You have wonderful photography skills. Very nice! I gotta try the grilled version, next time instead of a grilled cheese. Thanks for the inspiration! 🙂
Kevin The moment I saw this,I couldn’t resist.I am PB freak.I eat everyday and I sometimes add banana but adding honey makes it more tempting.Oh god how could always whip great recipes.
This is the best sandwich ever!! And I love how much banana you used! Love it! 😀
Marc @ NoRecipes says
This is one of my favourite sandwiches of all time!
Wow. So simple but I have never thought about it. What a great breakfast option. It must give a real kick in the morning.
You took me straight back to my childhood in country Australia. Mmmm mmmm.
Another thing you can do is grill bananas with the skin so partially on (prevents them from getting to mush) and slices of bread so that they get those lovely black stripes, then eat them on the bread with crunchy peanut butter that melts all over.
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The World Is Music says
My floormates and I love this combo!! It's so easy to make, and the peanut butter fills you up just right. 🙂
MMM!!! this is real similar to a "sandwich" i've probably made at least once a week since i discovered it– peanut butter, bananas, and honey on a cinnamon raisin bagel. SO delicious! sometimes i even add extra raisins, depending on how much is in the bagels. and i've found that although it's IMPOSSIBLE to make/eat this cleanly, the LEAST messy way is when i put the honey on the bagel just after toasting it lightly, let it sink in a bit, and then carefully smear the peanut butter over it so that it sort of holds it away from the edges of the bagel… like i said, not COMPLETELY effective, but better than not!
Raea Bach says
OMG! I thought I INVENTED the peanut butter, honey, and banana sandwich!! I "came up" with it when I was about 10 or 11 and never knew that anyone else ever ate it.
Sprinkle with cinnamon suger.
Bake openfaced 10 – 15 minutes at 395.
(May need a fork)
Peter Ronald E. says
This is just about my FAVORITE go-to sandwich and I love how simple and DELISH it is…everytime:) love your blog btw! thanks for reminding me to make such a great recipe again, mmm mmm good:)
FYI found your photo here: http://chefdt.tumblr.com/post/4574211148/banana-and-peanut-butter-toast-with-honey
Pemupukan Kacang Tanah says
tasty!!! it looks yummy!
OMGosh PERFECT! But if you want to put a spin on this, try it with Mike’s Hot Honey! Adds a whole new dimension.
Spicy honey would be nice here!
DELICIOUS! A dish of cinnamon would go with it also. How can anything so delicious be so simple!
A dash of cinnamon is amazing!
Douglas McAllister says
You are missing the peanut butter as one of the ingrediants in this sandwich.