We’ve all had those meals that left us thinking daaaaaang that was good. Or, I could eat that every day for the rest of my life be perfectly content.
Even some of the greatest chefs have experienced this – you know, like the show The Best Thing I Ever Ate.
Girl, I feel you.
While I’ve definitely had some of the most incredible meals at restaurants, it’s especially pleasing when the best meals are ones I’ve made myself. Like this morning, when I made what was easily one of thee best breakfast sandwiches I’ve ever had.
I’m not exactly sure where this idea came from. But, I knew I couldn’t really go wrong combining three of my favorite foods and sandwiching them between two waffles (…then again, what wouldn’t be good sandwiched between two waffles?).
To make this bad boy, you’ll need:
- two frozen waffles (I used Van’s)
- 1/3 banana, mashed
- 1/2 cooked sweet potato, mashed
- 1 spoonful nut butter (I used peanut butter)
Start by using the microwave method to cook the sweet potato: pierce it with a fork, wrap in wet paper towel, and microwave for 6 minutes.
Next, toast the waffles until they’re nice and crispy. Top one waffle with mashed banana and the other with the sweet potato and peanut butter.
Then…well, do I really have to explain the next step?
This was seriously one rockin’ sandwich. I ate it for breakfast, but it could easily work for lunch, dinner, or even dessert.
Now pardon me while I ponder the endless possibilities of waffle sandwiches to be made…..
What’s the best kind-of-strange-but-it-works meal you’ve had lately?