Thursday, May 5, 2011

PB & J Sushi


    Sushi is a staple in our household, so is PB & J. This is just a cute and creative
    way to serve up a classic. Your kids will love it. Maybe on a Friday night when
    you and your loved one is eating sushi serve this up for the kiddies and give them
    some chop sticks and you are good to go. I make these for myself too. The one's
    in the pics....I ate. Hehe.

    Btw, Happy Cinco de Mayo. I did not forget about you. I will be posting tonight's
    recipes next week. We celebrate Cinco de Mayo at least once a week in our home.

                                           PB & J Sushi

   2 slices white bread-crusts removed
   Peanut butter
   Jam

     Cut crusts off of the bread and with a rolling pin smooth out and spread pb&j
     roll and cut.

50 comments:

  1. LOVE IT! SO cute! I am posting a PB&J cookie recipe tonight! We were thinking alike! I need to call yoU :(

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  2. OMG love these!!! What a fun twist on a classic?? And so fun for the kiddos too!

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  3. we celebrate mexican food every week in our house too! :-) which is probably why I love your blog so much! :-)

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  4. OH MY GOSH.. Love it! I am so gonna have to try that, my kiddos would think I am the bestest mommy ever. Ha!

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  5. Cute idea, I just use cookie cutters but this is another great way to get Indy interested.

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  6. What a cute idea! I love it.

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  7. i love pbandj and that is the cutest idea ever! make sure to check out later today what ally and my twin tip of the day is!

    xoxo

    kelseyannesmith.blogspot.com

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  8. How cute are these??? I love PB & J in any form!

    By the way--have you heard that my 1st novel is being released on Amazon.com tomorrow?! Check it out on my blog! Have a wonderful Cinco De Mayo honey! Kori xoxo

    www.blondeepisodes.com

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  9. So creative and fun! Love this idea! What a great way to let the more finicky eaters in on sushi night. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I Love this!! Since PB&J is THE only thing (other than mac&cheese) my oldest son will eat, this is such a cute idea, yay! Cute for a little b-day party too...

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  11. I was totally going to go make these for breakfast... and then I realized I didn't have bread!!!!!!! So disappointed lol. Thanks for sharing a great idea though!

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  12. Love it! What a fun way to eat pb&j! :)

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  13. Oh Phew! You had me worried there for a minute...I seriously thought you rolled PBJ up in raw fish:)))))
    Your version looks delightful:)

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  14. Soooo cute!!! I am so gonna make these!

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  15. very creative! i want to eat all my sandwiches like this now :)

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  16. How adorable and original! Love this idea.

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  17. These are so cute! Love your creativity here. I don't have any kiddos to share these with, but you better bet I'm keeping that in my back pocket for when I do!

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  18. haha.. that is such a cute idea!

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  19. These are great---such a fun way to serve a classic. Love it.

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  20. So cute!! This combines two of my favorite things - sushi and peanut butter! It's a win-win!

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  21. I just have to say that only you could make peanut butter and jelly so creative! You are so fun.

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  22. I make these for my kids and they love them. It is amazing what smooshing bread can do to make kids want to eat a sandwich :-)

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  23. These are great!! What a fun thing to do for the kids and of course adults. :)

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  24. So cute! I'm totally doing this for my kids!
    Hugs girlie!

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  25. My kiddos would love it, very cute!

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  26. This is absolutely adorable. I wish you would have done this post just 2 weeks ago so could have done it for grant's birthday! Oh well-- maybe next time or just one random day! Love this idea!

    I have a fun giveaway going on today if you get the chance to stop by!

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  27. adorable, the kids would love this!

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  28. Val, this idea is so simple and precious! I don't think I've ever seen an easier recipe, ha ha. Thanks for sharing!

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  29. Lol Val!!! These are so fun and too adorable! I'm going to do these when I have a party for my kiddo.

    Laura

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  30. WOW...so cute. i want some right now

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  31. You always come up with the cutest ideas! And I have to tell you that your kid friendly dishes have made me a hero with my nieces and nephew :D

    Angie
    Cocina Diary

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  32. I adore this idea! I think that I will make them right now, for myself! : )

    Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog.

    xo,

    Sarah

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  33. This is the cutest idea I've ever seen! So sophisticated (:

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  34. DO you know, I've never had sushi in my whole life. No, never! Shame on me!!! I'm obviously missing out from the fact that it's a staple in your house. Maybe one of these days I'll try some...

    Sarahx

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  35. Val,

    Thanks for taking the time to join me on my little blog;) You've got some gorgeous photos here. I'm looking foreward to more posts. Happy mother's day. _Jessica

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  36. Ahh so adorable! Great idea! Happy Mother's Day my friend! xo

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  37. I am not a fish fan, so these look like my kind of sushi! What a cute idea! Happy Mother's Day!

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  38. YUM! These look so cute and delicious! What a great idea!!

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  39. Wow!! What a unique and clever idea! Yum!

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  40. LOVE this idea. im still pretty obsessed with pb&j so this is an easy way to class it up a bit! xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  41. What a wonder way to introduce Sushi

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