Peanut Butter Jelly Time, Version 2.0

Or, as I dubbed it: The Second Annual Experimental Peanut Butter Jelly Feastravaganza!

If you’d like the backstory on what in the heck this is all about, go check out the first ever Peanut Butter Jelly Time.

A ton of peanut butter, jelly, bread, and toppings galore. We made a run for milk around noon, and picked up some extra candy/chips/toppings en route. In a moment of inspiration, Bryan and I stopped off at McDonald’s (fries for me, apple pies for him).

In back, Joe’s preparing up a bit of an appetizer.

You haven’t really lived until you’ve tasted a Peanut Butter Jelly Burrito.

Bryan’s half-apple-pie and half-candybar sandwich.

My sandwich: peanut butter jelly on two Eggo waffles, with nanners and some McDonald’s fries.

Hey, hey, HEY! Don’t judge me.

Note for next year: the mistake I made here was choosing the chunky peanut butter. I think the peanuts were competing too much with all the other elements.

Everyone settling back for some sugary goodness.

Chris, grilling up his Hawaiian-bread-based sandwich on a George Foreman Grill.

More toppings.

I think this was Ned’s sandwich: Bananna chips and Cheez-Its.

Is this Justin’s? Looks to be some bannana chips, coconut and carrots. Sabrina was the one who brought in a bunch of veggies (I would never have thought of this), including bean sprouts, celery, on a sort of Thai-inspired theme. Surprisingly… those who made sandwiches with veggies (and there were quite a few) were quite happy with them!

A little Nutella never hurt no one.

As lunch wore on, more and more folks resorted to the one-slice sandwich. Partly to save room, partly to avoid freaking out on a suger bender.

Here’s my second attempt. Originally, I purchased some Captain Crunch in the hopes of making what I called”The Ally Sheedy.” In The Breakfast Club, she made what I believe was a PB and J sandwich that included a layer of Captain Crunch, coated with Pixie Stix.

Sadly… I couldn’t find any Pixie Stix. And so this was my half-hearted attempt (I used a layer of potato chips instead).

For all the bread and jelly we purchased, we didn’t even dent half of our stockpile.

More sandwiches – not sure who made these…

Mmmmm…. Nanners.

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