No. Obviously we can't.
Now I know what you're thinking, and yes, the PBJ is traditionally made using enriched white bread. However, we are not making a PBJ, we are making a TOASTED PBJ, and enriched white bread should not, under any circumstances, be toasted.
Step 1: Preparation
1) Bread- I use sliced sourdough, and I will take no responsibility if you use a different type of bread and it doesn't turn out well.
2) Peanut Butter- I use Skippy Super Chunk, but brand is probably not all that important. However, if you use creamy peanut butter it will be even messier than it is going to be already. Use at your own risk.
3) Jelly (or Jam)- I prefer strawberry.
5) Toaster Oven- Yes you really do need a toaster oven, it is an integral part of the process.
(I suppose you could use a blow torch or something similar, but it's very important that the peanut butter melts completely once you've applied it.)
Step 2: Toasting
Then toast you bread. Personally, I toast mine very lightly, crisp not crunchy, and there should be no color change. That's the lowest setting on my toaster oven, but you may need to keep an eye on yours if you don't know how it's going to turn out.