If you have never enjoyed the goodness of a grilled peanut butter and jelly sandwich, I implore you to try one. Immediately. It is life-changing. I promise. Allow me to share my experience in creating this dish with you. First off, I have found a griddle works best, but a frying pan will do. Simply spray with nonstick spray, place your peanut butter and jelly sandwich on the heat, wait for the bread to turn golden brown on both sides and for the ooey-gooey peanut butter to melt. Sidenote here. Although I regularly eat low-calorie multigrain bread, I bring in the good stuff for this job, usually slices of fresh, thick, white bread. Be sure to grill both sides and resist the urge to smash it down with the spatula. Once the bread is golden brown, place it onto a plate...and here is the important step...slice it with a serrated bread knife. Pour a glass of ice-cold milk, and sit back and enjoy. And yes. I literally just wrote an entire post on how to make a peanut butter sandwich.
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