Peanut butter, pumpkin butter and apple sandwich. A unique, crunchy and flavorful combination for all your autumn cravings.
Okay, you guys *may* think I’m a little weird for this one, but I think it deserves a post.
It all started when I was trying to find other uses for my scrumptious pumpkin butter.
There really wasn’t much I could find about what goes with pumpkin butter on a sandwich. Even more reason for me to share it! But I remembered I used to make peanut butter and apple butter sandwiches, so why not just use peanut butter and real apples with the pumpkin butter?!
It all seemed to go together at the time.
It was actually really good, though if you are a weird one that doesn’t like PB&J’s then this probably isn’t for you (sorry, mom).
I used country white bread, which I rarely ever buy but any kind of white bread or fluffy bread would work well. Now that I think about it, challah bread would be delicious for this pumpkin butter apple sandwich.
I don’t think it would work as well with wheat or whole grain bread, but let me know if you try it.
I added a little cinnamon for flavor too.
Even though this doesn’t sound like a traditional sandwich, it still makes me feel like it should go in a little kid’s lunchbox. You can cut the crusts off, too, if you really want to add to the effect!
Looking for more unique sandwich combinations? Try this peanut butter and pickles sandwich! (Hint: there’s a “right” way to do it!)
- 2 slices country white bread, (or vegan bread if necessary)
- 1 tablespoon peanut butter, , or desired amount
- 1 tablespoon pumpkin butter, , or desired amount
- 1/2 apple, sliced
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- Spread peanut butter over one piece of bread, and add sliced apples on top.
- Spread pumpkin butter over the other piece of bread.
- Sprinkle cinnamon over either or both sides of bread.
- Combine and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 331Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 383mgCarbohydrates: 53gFiber: 6gSugar: 19gProtein: 9g
Nutrition information is calculated automatically by an online tool at Nutritionix. It is not always accurate. Please use your own tools to check if you rely on this information.