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Delicious! To make it healthier I used 1 tbsp natural PB 1 1/2 tsp mini choc chips (I know that's quite a cut in amount but I'm watching my calories & the choc flavor still came through nicely!) & sprayed whole wheat bread with butter spray so thereby omitted the margarine. I baked the sandwich at 375 for 5 min then flipped it & baked for another 3-4 min. It was a great treat w/ some fiber & protein-plus a little chocolate for kicks! Thanks for sharing!
Oh Jill Jill Jill....do I like you or hate you for submitting this terrific little treat? I went all out and used butter in lieu of the margarine and even added some nutella to this already wonderful rich and very satisfying sandwich. Anyone who loves peanut butter as much as I has to be O.K. therefore I say thanks for this yummy recipe!
My hubby and I used to make a similar sandwich all the time! We would make two pieces of toast (prefer whole-wheat) and when it was done immdediately press half (or a whole) Hershey's milk chocolate bar onto one piece of toast (the kind you would use for S'mores). On the other piece of toast spread peanut butter then immediately press the two pieces together. The heat of the toast will melt the chocolate and you don't have to mess with grilling it on the stove!
When I make these I use honey roasted peanut butter and a good-quality dark chocolate bar. It's astounding--save it for a kitschy dessert. Sprinkle a little powdered sugar on top to add to the delicious mess factor.
Oh Lordy! This recipe is delicious! I thought it might be too rich for my taste but as soon as I tasted the first bite it was Heavenly! The one and only difference I made was I used milk chocolate chips instead of the semi sweet because that was all I had on hand. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous recipe!