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Elvis's Favorite
Peanut Butter Sandwich

Submitted By: Mary Braun
Prep. Time: 0:15
Serves: 1

2 white bread slices
2 Tbls. creamy peanut butter
1/2 banana - very ripe, peeled
2 Tbls. butter OR margarine

-Spread 1 slice of bread with the peanut butter.
-Lay banana slices on peanut butter.
-Top with the other slice of bread.
-Melt margarine in a skillet over medium heat.
-Fry sandwich until golden brown on both sides.

Ingredients at Firehouse Pantry


Notes:
In celebration of his birthday on Jan. 8th Elvis's Favorite Peanut Butter Sandwich. Elvis would eat this with a knife and fork. No wonder he got a bit PORTLY in his later years!

10 Visitor Comments About This Recipe Submit Yours Below!
  • Great recipe!!!!

  • This recipe sucks! I could figure this one out for myself, in fact I did. I want Elvis's mammas recipe! Come on, just look at your recipe. You can't say in good Christian faith that Elvis's mamma wouldn't have sprinkled at least a little cinnamon, and powdered sugar on her baby boys "fried peanut-nutter and nana sandwich." I think I'll try deep frying it. Thank you for nothing.

  • i used to eat something similar, except i didnt cook it & added honey.. but now im older and its too sweet for me!

  • I've always wanted to try this recipe-I usually just eat peanut butter, banana, and a touch of mayo on mine!

  • it wasn't elvis' mom who cooked it for him!

  • My, my some people can get a bit harsh! I don't think this recipe "sucks" at all. It happens to be a matter of taste my friend!

  • Good recipe but it was not Elvis' mama who made them for him. It was the cook at Graceland. His mom was not living when he decided to start eating these. Also to kick them up a bit you can melt marshmallows and them!

  • At the end of the E! True Hollywood Story about Elvis' final days, they feature the cook from Graceland who made these sandwiched for Elvis. During the final credits of the show, she does a demonstration on how to make them. One step that seems to be missing from your recipe is that she lightly toasts the bread as the very first step.

  • Hello! This is a recipe sight, not a history lesson or bashing session. Don't be rude, eat it and comment on it. If you don't like it just say it nicely for Pete's sake! How old are you all? Sounds like you're in Junior High to me. By the way, I don't even like bananas but it sounds good to me. See, being nice is fun! Ha!

  • In actual fact, Elvis got his cook at Graceland to cook these for him because it was something his mom used to cook for him. And as for eating them with a knife and fork, it was rumored that Elvis only ate with his hands (hamburgers, sandwiches, etc.) which is why he never ate out!

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