The King and I

 
The peanut butter and banana sandwich is often referred to as the Elvis because it\’s known that Elvis ate many peanut butter and banana sandwiches. \”The Elvis\” is a highly nutritional sandwich, and over the weekend I put a different spin on it creating \”The Elvis Stuffed French Toast!

Peanut Butter & Banana French Toast
(makes three sandwiches)
Ingredients
6 slices of bread
2 eggs
splash of milk
Peanut Butter
1.5 bananas

Directions
• Pre-heat your griddle
• Spread peanut butter on three slices of bread
• Cut your bananas up into slices and lay onto the peanut butter covered bread
• Place a slice of bread on top of each peanut butter and banana bread and press firmly.
• Mix the eggs and milk together.
• Dip each stuffed french toast into the egg mixture and place onto the griddle and then sprinkle with cinnamon
• Cook on each side until desired color.

39 Comments on “The King and I

  1. That would be perfect this morning. Im so hungry right now:) Happy day, darlingPs: I’m hosting a charming jewelry GIVEAWAY later today! Hope you’ll join in:)

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  2. Mmmm I imagine this is a really good alternative to chocolate whenever you need something comforting!

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  3. This looks absolutely amazing and I am drooling over my keyboard!!! I think I will be making this tasty treat in the VERY, VERY, VERY near future!

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  4. oh my god this sounds amazing!!I've never even had a normal peanut butter and banana sandwhich (I think its quite an american thing isn't it?) but I'm definitely going to try it now! mmmm *mouth watering*….Thanks for the inspiration!Sam xx

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  5. so many people are putting bananas with pb…I just can't do it! I can only eat bananas when they are by themself

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  6. We eat lots of PB and banana sandwiches.. but have never made it into an actualy sandwich.. we normally make them \”open face\” and put a little honey on the top. Very tasty too 🙂 but we'll have to try it this way sometime!!!!

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  7. Well if I wasn't dying to eat breakfast before… I certainly am now! Thanks for sharing!!

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  8. there is a local restaurant, MELT, kind of known nationally too…that serves a mega version of an Elvis that is just over the top..but your french toast looks fab and it looks like it takes this sandwich over the top too! YUM!

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  9. Lokks tasty 🙂 Can you believe, I have never eaten something like that *lol* I'm not sure if this recipe is very well known here in Germany!Thank you for your comment. I'm following you now, but I can't see you among my google friend connect gadgets. Could you perhaps check if following me really worked? That would be awesome 🙂

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  10. i reallllly don't like bananas, but i realllllly love peanut butter. this looks yum though!<3 megan

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  11. i dont like peanut butter unless its encased in chocolate…lame i knowstop by and enter my giveaway

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  12. Friggin' divine. I might need to make it this weekend. One of those things I've always wanted to try and never done – thanks for the inspiration 🙂

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  13. oh, i love bread so much! although in my country we eat rice for daily foods, but i prefer bread!visit me sometimes if you have time :)sweet and sugars,Dias

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  14. French toast? Yes, please!As a child I ate peanut butter and banana sandwhiches alot. I have very fond memeories of feasting on this delicious and nutritious sandwhich. Hope you enjoyed it;-)

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