Recipe: Thank You, Thank You Very Much Sandwich

Today is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Day and the Pnut Butter Bar food truck out of Los Angeles, CA shows there’s more to peanuts than the classic PB&J sandwich by serving up nutty dishes such as the Elvis-inspired Thank You, Thank You Very Much sandwich, made with bacon, bananas, peanut butter and honey – and grilled in butter, of course.

Thank You, Thank You Very Much Sandwich

Thank You, Thank You Very Much Sandwich

Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 10 minutes | Yield: 1 sandwich


2 thick slices of brioche bread
3 slices of applewood smoked bacon, cooked until crispy
1 banana, cut lengthwise in 1/4-inch slices
3 tablespoons butter, room temperature
4 tablespoons creamy peanut butter


Generously slather butter one side of each slice of bread with soft butter.

Layer peanut butter, banana, and bacon on one unbuttered side of bread.

Drizzle with honey, and top with the second slice of bread, buttered side out.

Using a flat, non-stick griddle bring up to a medium heat (approximately 340 degrees Fahrenheit).

Lay sandwich on the hot griddle and fry until golden brown (about 3-4 minutes per side). This time will vary based on the heat of your griddle.


This recipe is from:

Pnut Butter Bar – Los Angeles, CA

Twitter: @pnutbutterbar

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To purchase this sandwich recipe directly from the truck check out their website


Do you have a personal recipe you use for your PB&J’s? If so, please feel free to share them in the comment section below.

Check out these Fun Facts about the Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich


2017-03-31T08:42:17+00:00 By |Street Eats|

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One Comment

  1. jake ashor Jul 17, 2013 at 7:23 am

    that peanut butter sandwich sounds good

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