The warmth and comfort of creamy peanut butter topped with cozy bananas, all dressed up in 3 delicious ways. The easiest, super-filling breakfast or snack recipe.
Toasty Peanut Butter Banana Toast Recipes, 3 Delicious Ways (Plus, a Classic)
No matter how many recipes Erik and I try in the kitchen, one snack always remains a tried and true top go-to: peanut butter banana toast. The simplicity, the flavor, the ability to keep one satisfied… there’s nothing quite like it. So today, I’m sharing three favorite ways to sass up your peanut butter banana toast routine to keep it fresh. Let’s go!
Ingredients for Making Peanut Butter and Banana Toast
To make peanut butter and banana toast, we’re gonna start with the base ingredients, then add toppings to create flavor variations. Check out some of the ingredients needed below:
For the Base:
- Peanut butter
For the Fun Recipes:
- Mini chocolate chips
- Chocolate syrup
- Pumpkin seeds
- Monk fruit sweetener blend
- Chia seeds
How to Make Peanut Butter Banana Toast
It’s laughably easy to make peanut butter banana toast, so the fun part comes in when you get to add the toppings!
To start, go ahead and grab your favorite sliced bread. I like to use Dave’s Killer Bread or Silver Hills sprouted wheat bread. Pop a slice into the toaster, toast to your desired toast level, then cool a bit and place on a plate.
Smear peanut butter onto the toast—you can use crunchy peanut butter, chocolate peanut butter, really anything you’d like. Then, follow one of my recipes for special toppings to create delicious peanut butter banana toast variations. Enjoy!
When Do I Know My Bananas Are Ready?
There are a few things to look for to tell that your bananas are nice and ripe:
- Brown spots all over the bananas—the more you see, the riper they are
- Soft when you gently squeeze them
- A deep yellow, no green in sight
- A heavy scent of sweet bananas
What Kind of Peanut Butter Should I Use?
You can use any kind you’d like. 🙂 If you’re a lover of salty peanut butter, go ahead and reach for the salted kind. But if you’re like me, you like to save your salt for a savory treat during a meal. As such, I end up using unsalted, natural creamy peanut butter for my peanut butter and banana toast.
You can also switch things up and use almond butter, pecan butter, or even make your own homemade cashew butter to use on your banana toast.
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You Make the World a (Peanut) Butter Place
Is there anything better in this world that being able to sit down to a satisfying, tasty snack to keep you going? Well, it might just be doing that with loved ones. Thank you for dropping by and going on today’s peanut butter adventures with me. Isn’t everything butter together? <3 ‘Til our next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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