In life, I’m a leader, but in the kitchen, I’m definitely a follower. I have 8 trillion recipes flagged online, torn out of magazines, or sticky-noted in a cookbook. I’m not really a recipe maker-upper. Rarely do I see a dish on a menu that I start thinking about recreating on my own. Except for the flatbread at Founding Farmers. Oh, and this one other dish…
I wasn’t going to shell out $8 for this concoction when I could make a whole loaf of open-faced sandwiches for the same cost. So I recreated this in the comfort of my own kitchen last evening. This was the perfect post-elliptical snack, and reminded me of the versatility of peanut butter. The flavor and texture complement pretty much anything you can name.
A piece of bread, a layer of peanut butter, a layer of marshmallow fluff, and a layer of bananas are all you need. Hello quick and easy Sunday brunch.