Like A Candy Bar Sandwich

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Yes, I do eat this, it is delicious and filling and convenient! Plus it is perfect to take, cut into quarters for a snack-bite throughout the day.

2 slices whole-grain bread.

Spread one side with peanut butter.

A full meal, in a sandwich!

Spread the other side with Nutella.

Tastes just Like a Candy Bar Sandwich, with peanut butter, nutella and raisins.
Like a Candy Bar, sandwich.

Cover the peanut butter with a single layer of raisins.

Put the top on!

Like a Candy Bar Sandwich.  But we will still call it lunch!
Cut into quarters to package because the day is busy, usually a quarter of a sandwich is the only amount that can be eaten before being needed, somewhere for something by somebody.


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  1. Hi Melynda-I'm back again, getting to familiarize myself with the different clubs, you ladies gathered and joined. I love this idea.
    Just left Brenda's blog, was too busy printing out her amazing Stollen recipe, will go back to comment.
    Such a yummy and easy sandwich you the peanut butter, the nutella, on a healthy sandwich!
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love Nutella so much that I don't buy it...because the whole jar is usually gone in two days.

  3. I love the peanut butter and raisin idea but since I'm not really a fan of Nutella (can you believe it?!) I would probably add apple butter to the other slice. Cutting it into quarters for work is very smart!

  4. I've made peanut butter, honey and raisin, but the add addition of Nutella sounds great. I agree with cutting a purse sandwich into quarters. BTW, thanks for all the visits recently. I've enjoyed them.

  5. My daughter just requested for a bottle of Nutella the other day! Forgotten all about it until I saw this! Never tried putting raisins before. This is a must-try. Thank you!

  6. oh boy you got me on this I have to try this, I am a nutella aholic!!!! nice job! thanks for your visit and kind words, it led me here~ :) merry christmas

  7. You can never go wrong with Nutella, that's for sure:). Have a fabulous weekend! Miriam@<a href=">Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters</a>

  8. I would totally eat this. I would use craisins though!

  9. I would love it if someone made it for me. Peanut butter sandwiches always taste delicious if someone else makes them. Nutella is one of life's perfect foods.

  10. Nutella is a big hit around the house and the jar disappears quickly; but this sandwich looks excellent!

  11. I made the huge mistake of turning my 3 grandchildren on to Nutella. I takes a jar a week to keep them all happy in the're snowbirds so only around them in the summer. Take care.

  12. Oh Melynda, this sounds like such a yummy sandwich! What an easy and delicious treat!

  13. Oh my goodness - I so have to try this - Nutella and peanut butter on the same sandwich! I'm thinking that I would like banana in this in between the Nutella and PB. I think this should be called a "Happiness Sandwich", cos it's making me smile just thinking about it.

    Thanks so much for sharing it with Make it with ... Mondays, challenge Nutella.

    Sue xo


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