I had this idea, how fast could I make an Elvis sandwich?

So here’s what I came up with. Soft organic bananas from Target, fully cooked Hormel bacon, Smucker’s chunky peanut butter which is among my favorite peanut butter on the commercial market, & some random everything bagels I found at the grocery store. I had never tried these particular bagels, but they ended up being fairly decent.

So here is the final result. I thought to toast the bagels but then I thought, well, I have a toaster oven. So, I heated up the bacon in the toaster oven, used a paper towel to remove some of the grease, toasted the bread inside, & the bananas got even softer & the peanut butter melted perfectly. I made a few of these during the week & they were delicious. Also, it’s a very fast process. Having the fully cooked bacon ready to go really sped things up.

I’m a sucker for everything bagels, but if you want to try this out, just use your favorite bread. I also thought about buying my favorite bread, and then using everything bagel seasoning. While this is not traditional for an Elvis sandwich, I found it really enhanced the flavor. There are some other things you can put on this, including honey and jelly. I did put honey on a couple of them, which was in fact Jamie’s cinnamon honey. I recently bought some Manuka Honey & check out the price on it! $35.99 USD! It’s from New Zealand.

Raising Cane’s

Panda Express

I did try Coca-Cola Starlight the first day it was available & yes, it does taste like Cotton Candy.

Dino’s here in the Twin Cities, you can customize your Gyro, however you want it, kind of like a Subway.

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