Peanut Butter & Jelly On Coconut Bread + Giveaway [ENDED]

The peanut butter and jelly sandwich is an iconic sandwich that’s enjoyed by people of all ages. There’s the classic peanut butter and jelly or jam spread between two slices of bread. Common choices include grape jelly or strawberry jam. Enjoy it as is, toasted, grilled, or even deep fried. Then there’s the many variations on the sandwich, adding ingredients like sliced bananas or apples, or substituting other foods in place of the bread. In addition, you can just take the peanut butter and jelly flavor combination and incorporate it into granola bars, oatmeal, smoothies, cookies, cakes, and more. The creations are endless.

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So, Peanut Butter & Co. asks, “how would you revolutionize the PB&J .” They sent me two jars of peanut butter along with jars of their Seriously Strawberry Jam and Rip Roaring Raspberry Preserves. I decided to simply put together a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but instead of the regular white or wheat toast, the bread is made with coconut flour and resemble mini flat breads. The coconut bread requires minimal effort and only a handful of ingredients.

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Coconut flour mini flat bread
Ingredients (2 slices):

  • 2 tbsp coconut flour
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • pinch salt

Directions:

  1. Mix all the ingredients together.
  2. Split the doughy mixture into halves. Form a ball with each half and flatten to form a slice. Instead of using a baking sheet, I flattened the dough into silicone muffin cups. This helps create uniform shapes for the two slices.
  3. Bake at 350 F for 10-15 minutes.

Assemble the sandwich, as desired.

I covered one slice with Old fashioned Crunchy and the other with Seriously Strawberry Jam, and stacked them together.

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Now for the giveaway!
One lucky reader will receive a peanut butter and company prize pack consisting of Old fashioned Smooth, Old fashioned, Seriously Strawberry Jam, and Rip Roaring Raspberry Preserves! Enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter widget below. U.S. residents only. Giveaway ends on September 5th, 2014 12:00 PM ET.

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Disclaimer: As a member of Peanut Butter & Co.’s Yum Squad food blogger club, I received product in exchange for this post. All opinions expressed are my own.

Comments

  1. I’d add chocolate and cinnamon to it!

  2. i love eating it with bananas

  3. I’d add some thinly sliced fresh fruit slices, or berries.

  4. I would roll it into a crescent roll

  5. In a warmed whole wheat pita with a sprinkle of pumpkin seeds, strawberries and drizzle of honey

  6. Allisha Gold says:

    I would revolutionize it by making it on a croissant with strawberries and bananas! :)

  7. I would make it on toasted multigrain french baguette and add dried fruit and nuts inside for crunch, along with a sweet fig jam.

  8. In a split and toasted corn muffin.

  9. Paulina J. says:

    My favorite way to eat pb&j is with very toasted bread, and overflowing with bee’s knees peanut butter.

  10. I would revolutionize it by making it a grilled cheese PB&J.

  11. I would make it on a waffle.

  12. I would do pb&j French toast

  13. Ashley kolpak says:

    I would put it in a wrap and grill it!

  14. My ultimate spin on the classic pb and j is a pb and j ice cream sandwich with cookies, ice cream, pb and jelly

  15. I Would turn it into a french toast sandwich

  16. Amy M. C. says:

    I think it might be yummy to put it on a croissant!

  17. Make flourless peanut butter cookies..yummy

  18. Derrick Johnson says:

    I would grill the PB&J for a different twist!

  19. Grilled sounds delicious.

  20. Janice Dean says:

    Add bacon… everything is better with bacon :D

  21. Hmmmm, I love me some whole wheat toast, add sliced bananas in the sandwich and grill to perfection :)

  22. Add a touch of honey

  23. I would butter the outside of the bread and bake it in the oven. It comes out delicious.

  24. Susan Campbell says:

    Thin apple slices!!

  25. Kathryn Voss says:

    I would add some dried fruit and cinnamon!

  26. I’d make it spicy! Pepper jelly and The Heat Is On spicy peanut butter from PB & Co with a dash of sriracha. Yum!

  27. I’d add pickles! I love pickles on the side of my pb& j

  28. I would do a grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

  29. I’d make a french toast PB&J sandwich

  30. I would add dried fruit.

  31. I would revolutionize the PB&J sandwich by using banana bread.

  32. Marilyn Wons says:

    I would toast the bread, and also add chopped peanuts to the peanut butter and jelly spread.

  33. This is going to sound weird but I like to put dried cranberries on my peanut butter sandwiches (with or without jelly).

  34. I would add fresh fruit!

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