Ever sat down, half way through your PB&J and thought: This is getting boring?
No, I never thought so. But just in case you want to mix things up a bit, this is the recipe for you, brewed up in the North East of Scotland!
3 slices of bread
Peanut Butter (duh)
Your favourite breakfast cereal (I chose the very British Corn Flakes)
Hot chocolate mix (and everything else needed to make hot chocolate for that matter)
Your favourite flavour of crisps (Known in America as potato chips)
Equipment (not in picture)
A mixing bowl
Cup/mug (for hot chocolate)
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Step 1: Making the Base
Very simple - a peanut butter and jelly sandwich!
Put the bread together and move onto the next step
Step 2: Creating the "crunch"
This is where your crisps come in!
Go ahead and layer the top of your PB&J with crisps. Make sure they are even.
NB: Don't use the other bit of bread, put them on top of the sandwich.
Step 3: Creating the Soggy Sweet Topping
Now, make up your hot chocolate and pour half into the mixing bowl.
Hint: Put the cup over the mixing bowl, as it tends to falls over the side and dribble down the cup
Step 4: Creating the Soggy Sweet Topping Part 2
Now for the cereal part!
Take a handful of cereal from the box and put it in the mixing bowl. Stir with a spoon until the cereal has hot chocolate over it. Keep stirring if you like soggy cereal. If not, stir it quickly.
Step 5: Placing Your Messy Lovely Mixture
Take a spoon and spoon out the mixture and put over the crisps. Make it even, and if you don't like soggy stuff, tilt the spoon sideways to let the hot chocolate pour out, then put the mixture on.
You don't have to use all of the mixture, it tastes very good, so eat it up.
Put the 3rd bit of bread over the top, press it down firmly to secure the crisps to the 2nd bit of bread, cut in half and enjoy
Step 6: EAT IT
Go on, indulge in your masterpiece. But before you do, name it.
I named mine Herz verst�pseln, which is German for "Heart stopper"
There you go, a practical heart attack on a plate. I should be making more weird sandwiches and what not, so stick with me!
Greetings from Scotland and the Herz verst�pseln.