Do you have a crust-hater in your family? Then this is just the sandwich idea you need! See your kid’s lunchbox differently and reconstruct the typical peanut butter and jelly same ol’ by cutting your gluten free bread into the shapes of donuts and creating an inside out sandwich. And it’s just an easy lunch idea to put together that you don’t need outlandish artistic talent to recreate this! Anyone can do this and it doesn’t take much time out of your day either. Oh, and the kiddos will love it. PB&J Donut Sandwiches topped with sprinkles? What was that? Did I just hear a win-win situation. Heck yes, I did.
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And if I walk across the hall and find you in your cubicle, privately eating the tarnish out of these PB&J Donut Sandwiches, my promise to you is that I will look away without judgment. I get that your kids will love this idea but I understand even more how adults love them too.
- 2 pieces gluten free bread of choice
- 1 Tbsp. peanut butter (or favorite seed butter)
- 1 Tbsp. jam
- 1 large biscuit cutter
- 1 small circle cookie cutter
- Cut your pieces of bread into a donut shape with the cutters.
- Slather one layer with peanut butter.
- Top with the other piece of bread.
- Slather with jam.
- Top with sprinkles.
PB&J Donut Sandwiches recipe notes: If you have a little one with a nut allergy, simply replace the peanut butter with a tasty seed butter like sunflower or even pumpkin, creating a gosh donut legit allergen-friendly lunchbox idea. Sprinkles are not optional. They are a must!
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Let your kids be the envy among the lunch crowd.