As a kid, one of my favorite sandwiches was peanut butter and fluff (marshmallow creme). When my 2nd oldest sister was in town, she would make me my favorite sandwich: peanut butter, fluff, and jelly. A trifeca of goodness.

Joe takes after his Mom in many ways. First, he is moody. Second, he is a picky eater. Third, he loves peanut butter, fluff, and jelly sandwiches. Unlike his Mom, he enjoys a little tomato soup on top. Say it with me, “Ew.”

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26 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 143

    1. Fluffernutters are the best, Darla. THE BEST. Add a little jelly, and it is a party in your mouth. Try it. I dare you. I TRIPLE dog dare you. (No more double dog dares.)

  1. Tomato soup…kind of like ketchup I guess. Guys will always find it…or something similar, I guess. After swim practice I used to gobble down pb and honey sandwiches. Swimming just made me ravenous.

  2. I love tomato soup, but I don’t think I want my soup ON my sandwich. Give me a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with a side of tomato soup any day. But, hey, tomato soup is probably classisfied as a vegetable by the FDA, so Joe is making is sandwich healthier. Don’t tell him he’s eating health, though, or he might give up the soup.

    1. My friend, Andrea HT, loves Nutella. Honestly, I don’t know that I have tried it. I may have to now that you’ve mentioned it. Especially with the fluff. I LOVE peanut butter and honey.

  3. Hmmm… I think all this must be an American thing… I tried a peanut butter and jam (that’s what we call what you call Jelly. Or is it Gelly?) bread thing and didn’t like it. I suppose pb and marshmallow might be an improvement. And tomato soup? Er… does it thin out the pb? 😉

    1. Hello Val. It is very nice to ‘see’ you. I hope you are well.
      Jam and jelly are the same but different. I think Jam has less sugar, maybe? Not sure.
      Do you like peanut butter? Honey on peanut butter is quite tasty, as is cinnamon.

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