Tiny PB&J Sandwiches!

Introduction: Tiny PB&J Sandwiches!

Make fun, tiny PB&J sandwiches!
I'm sure kids will love this, but my lady and I are adults (ish) and enjoyed ourselves excessively, too.

Let's get started!

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Step 1: Stock Up on Supplies

The sweet stuff:



• Peanut butter (creamy)
• Your favorite jelly
• French Toast Cruch or another similarly bread-like cereal


The other stuff:



• A marinade injector or baby food syringe
• A spoon for scooping and packing the PB&J into the syringe


Step 2: Spread the PB&J

We started with the jelly. Suck it into the syringe by slowly pushing the barrel of the syringe into the jelly while simultaneously pulling the plunger out.

You might need to just pack your PB or J in the back of the tube if you find it difficult to draw into the syringe. You'll figure it out!

Put pea sized dollops of PB&J on as many pieces of cereal "bread" that you have patience to do.

Step 3: Put Your Sandwiches Together!

Hopefully, you haven't already eaten all of your ingredients!

Squish the PB side and the J side together!

Step 4: Enjoy!

If you're so motivated, you can make the world's most labor intensive bowl of cereal this way. Or create strange scenes with your favorite action figures. Or feed your hamster the best snack it's ever had.

Have fun!

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    5 Discussions

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    Battlespeed
    Battlespeed

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Just picked up on you eating "lunch", reading your tiny paper and holding a tiny beverage. Very funny stuff!

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    Battlespeed
    Battlespeed

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Being a perfectionist, I was terribly upset when I messed some up. So as not to be looking at them, I had to eat 'em. Very distressing - NOT! :)

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    TomV4
    TomV4

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Food is such a creative medium to work with.

    Made my day!