Made with banana and strawberries, this sandwich is a meal.

Servings:
1
Max Servings:
1
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Spread almond butter over one side of one slice of bread. Arrange strawberries and bananas over almond butter. Spread jam over one side of remaining slice of bread. Place over fruit to make a sandwich.

Nutrition Facts

450.55 calories; 12.58 g protein; 57.65 g carbohydrates; 7.05 g dietary-fiber; 25.28 g sugars; 21.38 g fat; 2.32 g saturated-fat; 0 mg cholesterol; 40.96 IU vitamin-a-iu; 5.94 mg niacin-equivalents; 0.39 mg vitamin-b6; 19.52 mg vitamin-c; 77.36 mcg folate; 146.75 mg calcium; 2.74 mg iron; 156.57 mg magnesium; 610.1 mg potassium; 363.23 mg sodium; 0.29 mg thiamin; 192.4 calories-from-fat; 48 percent-of-calories-from-carbs; 40 percent-of-calories-from-fat; 10 percent-of-calories-from-protein; 4 percent-of-calories-from-sat-fat


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Anonymous
03/18/2011
Wonderful change from your usual peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I used the last of the organic strawberries I had and homemade strawberry freezer jam. My son and I split it and wished we'd had more ingredients to make another. What a treat!
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Anonymous
02/12/2012
This was an interesting combination. I didn't have wheat bread but I had a wheat sub roll and used that. I have had almond butter around awhile and keep forgetting about it. I used all the ingredients but the strawberries. I didn't have them but I was using strawberry jam anyway. It kind of reminded me of a banana split sandwich. It was kind of sweet for a sandwich. I cut it in half and one half filled me up.
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Anonymous
03/18/2011
Wonderful change from your usual peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I used the last of the organic strawberries I had and homemade strawberry freezer jam. My son and I split it and wished we'd had more ingredients to make another. What a treat!
(7)
Anonymous
03/30/2009
a delicious combo of flavors. i used Ezekiel bread toasted. if i remember next time i will try to shoot a photo. it was a pretty sandwich.
(5)
Anonymous
08/18/2005
This was surprisingly good. I toasted two pieces of regular wheat bread (since a sandwich just isn't a sandwich without being toasted) and added only the banana to the sandwich since I didn't have any strawberries and it came out great. A really tasty lunch or snack.
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Anonymous
03/17/2011
I found this little recipe when I was doing an ingredient search for ways to use my almond butter. For so few and simple ingredients it was really delicious. Also not a combination I would have thought to put together. My kids enjoyed this one as well.
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Anonymous
02/12/2012
This was an interesting combination. I didn't have wheat bread but I had a wheat sub roll and used that. I have had almond butter around awhile and keep forgetting about it. I used all the ingredients but the strawberries. I didn't have them but I was using strawberry jam anyway. It kind of reminded me of a banana split sandwich. It was kind of sweet for a sandwich. I cut it in half and one half filled me up.
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Anonymous
01/14/2015
What fun. Nice sandwiches for a healthy quick lunch. I enjoyed this. Thanks for the idea LaVerne.
(1)
Anonymous
08/25/2016
HEAVEN
Anonymous
06/30/2017
Thanks to this recipe my kids can now have almond butter! Ok so I added a slice of canadian bacon. Uh was able to use up the last of browning banana and strawberrry! Plus I toast up multi seed bread and they still are every bite! I'll have to make more next time!