I'd like to see a pic to gauge the pb to j ratio and amount.
Do you warm it at all?
I just grab a flour tortilla, slather about half of it with peanut butter, top it with an appropriate amount of whatever jelly I have in the frig, roll it up and eat with milk. No heat, as I wouldn't heat up a regular PB&J. Disclaimer: I spent 25 years in the Napa Valley wine industry and was caught in the lunch room, by the cellar crew, eating one of these "burritos". My official, honorary Mexican status was suspended for a time, so be careful where you eat these. LOL
Ramen noodles with a poached egg in the ramen broth
Bread (works well with either sour dough or challah)
Peanut butter (lightly roasted, ground, unsalted)
thick slice of fresh tomato
Pinch of sea salt
That sounds good as well. At midnight tho', I'm looking for quick, with as few steps as possible. Sometimes I throw on a pickle rather than jelly. Even quicker. ;-)
hmm, how about crispy mini tortillas, filled with bj&j and rolled into taquitos? i may try this at some point.
Hmmm...sounds like a little too much hassle for midnight at the oasis snack. Midnight snack doesn't say...turn on a burner to me. You mean taquitos, as in corn tortillas? Not sure that would suit me as well as flour with PB&J.
no, just roll the flour tortilla into a mini burrito :D bj&j wow holy typo lol.
a non stick small pan that everyone has for making eggs is not much of a hassle, takes 2 minutes to heat up two tortillas. same amount of effort as taking a frozen pizza and microwaving really.
Just watch the peanut butter--it will get nuclear hot on you and it sticks to your skin. :devilburn: