Countess of Cocaine (purple_ivy) wrote in vegancooking,
Countess of Cocaine
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Peanut butter and banana toasted tortillas

Hey lovely vegan peoples! I hope your day is treating you well so far :)

This afternoon after having completed my first attempt at making vegan cheesecake (have yet to try it) I thought I needed some lunch, only to discover nothing I felt like. That is until I saw the peanut butter in the fridge and the bananas on the kitchen bench. HELLO, YUM!
But, alas, when I went to get the last bun out the pantry to make peanut butter and banana on a bun under the grill, there was no bun! It was sad.

So, off to the freezer I went and what do you think I found hiding in there?

TORTILLAS!

"Snap!" I thought, "I shall have peanut butter and banana tortillas and put them in the sammich press."

So, that is what I did.


You Will Need:
- 1 or 2 flour tortillas (or however many you want, really).
- Smooth or crunchy peanut butter.
- 1 large banana (adjust depending on banana size and amount of torillas used).
- Sandwich press/grill (if you don't have a sandwich press or George Foreman type grill then you could do it in a frying pan fine).

You Do This:
1. Turn sammich press/grill on (this is a very important step! ...ahem... Not that I've ever forgotten it...).

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Spread peanut butter over the tortillas as thick or thinly as you desire.

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Slice bananas about 1/2cm thick.

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Place banana slices over one half of torilla and then fold the other half over to create your sammich.

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Heat torilla in press until it's browned slightly and the peanut butter and banana is warmed through.

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NOW EAT!


It was really yummy and could be eaten any time of the day, really. I think they'd be nice with mayple syrup or caramel sauce. Or icecream!
Tags: -appliances-grills/panini makers, sandwiches-not for packed lunches
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