This recipe was my experimenting with Alton Brown’s Peanut Butter Fudge recipe that I posted here during my Peanut Butter saga. A comment made by one of you lovely readers inspired me to try replacing the peanut butter with nutella. Genius.
My Favorite Recipes for Fall…
After I finished cooking this recipe I looked around my kitchen (and my neglected house), saw the mess I had made, and just wanted to cry.
I always say things like, “It looks like a tornado went through here…” or “Is there a family a bears living here? Who made this mess?!…”
But this was different.
This was worse.
I thought about just bulldozing the house and starting from scratch.
Two things happened this past week that nearly knocked me over, gave me great relief, and renewed my excitement for this little blog of mine.
What were those things you ask?
When I started searching through sweet recipes for “J is for Jam”…
I found myself craving… CHOCOLATE!!!
That’s right… J is for Jam.
While you might enjoy this on toast for breakfast, on a sandwich for lunch, or on a roll at dinner… these recipes will take you OUT of the typical “box” we put jam into.
What’s up first?
PB & J Crepes!
These are a fun new way to do the run-of-the-mill peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for your kiddos!
It could also be a more sophisticated take on the sandwich for an adult lunch or party. No adult can deny these taste delicious, even if they are a take on an old kid-favorite! 🙂
I had to start with the final shot!
A super-yummy lunch (or dinner)…
Okay, so you go to buy ingredients for the Turkey, Apple & Brie burgers with Arugula…
(Click here if you haven’t read that post yet!)
Why not buy some sliced ham and an extra apple and make these sandwiches for lunch the day of, or the day after, you make your burgers? And, BONUS… use the ham for a DELICIOUS panini dinner another night of the same week! (I will be posting this recipe soon!) I love being able to use the same ingredients for several different recipes if possible, so I tried to pick some recipes with the same ingredients for your sake and mine! 🙂
Let’s dive into making these sandwiches!