Introduction: Peanut Butter/Nutella/Banana Sandwich

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Looking for a tasty treat that is somehwhat healthy? Or are you looking for a lunch that is somewhat unhealthy? Either way, you have come to the right place. This amazing sandwich combines, in the uttermost extraordinary proportions, five already wonderful ingredients. This is one instructable you have really got to try.

Step 1: Ingredients


  • Bread
  • Peanut Butter
  • Nutella
  • Banana
  • Honey

Step 2: Spread

Spread a decent layer of Nutella and peanut butter onto their pieces of bread. Make sure to maintain an even thickness across. I aim for about a 3/32 inch layer of each.

Step 3: Banana Time!

Bananas add a certain sweetness and texture unparalleled by other foods. My personal preference is to cut thin slices of banana. I have tried thicker and it is a little overwhelming. It is also important to cover the whole bread evenly. You want to build trust in the sandwich. The worst thing that can happen is to bite into the sandwich expecting some banana, and realize there isn't any.

Step 4: Honey

Add a thin layer of honey over the bananas. The honey will bring out the taste of the thin slices of banana. It is important to put the honey on the bananas. In the next step, we will be assembling the sandwich, and the honey is at risk to fall off the Nutella while you are assembling.

Step 5: Assemble

As I mentioned in the last step, this step is the easiest of them all. Make a rapid, but controlled, motion; flipping over the Nutella bread and placing it on the banana.

Step 6: The End

One optional step is to slice it. I always slice it into two triangles.

Now that you are done, eat it. I hope you learned a lot from this project.

If you have any suggestion for other sandwiches that I could make, or alterations to this one, please comment them below. I hope this goes without saying, but if you are allergic to any of these ingredients, do not make or eat this sandwich.

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