Who doesn’t love a good ole peanut butter and jelly sandwich?  After falling in love with this Oatmeal Waffles recipe, I started to make extra and store the leftovers to make these simple yet sinful PB & J Waffle Sandwiches.  The extra waffles can be stored on the counter over night or in the fridge for up to 2 days.

PB&J Oatmeal Waffle Sandwich

After cooking the Oatmeal Waffles let them cool on a raised wire cookie sheet to allow to completely cool and dry out a little bit.  The waffles get soft after being stored in a Tupperware on the counter.  I like to toast mine before spreading on the PB & J but my kids like theirs soft.

The waffle pockets hold a good amount of PB & J and are  slightly chewy which makes these delicious sandwiches a texture treat.   These are such a great change from regular bread, but be careful they are addicting and messy too!

PB & J Waffle

 

Oatmeal Waffle

PB & J Waffle Sandwiches

PB & J Waffle Sandwiches

PB & J Waffle Sandwiches

PB & J Waffle Sandwiches

PB & J Waffle Sandwiches

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PB & J Waffle Sandwiches
Who doesn't love a good ole peanut butter and jelly sandwich?  After falling in love with my Oatmeal Waffles recipe, I started to make extra and store the leftovers to make these simple yet sinful PB & J Waffle Sandwiches.
PB & J Waffle sandwich
Cuisine Side, Snack
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
Cuisine Side, Snack
Prep Time 5 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
PB & J Waffle sandwich
Instructions
  1. Tear the leftover waffle into 4 squares
  2. Spread peanut butter on one side, making sure to fill the squares up.
  3. Spread the jelly on the other side, again making sure to fill the squares up so you get a hearty sandwich.
  4. Slap those babies together and ENJOY!
Recipe Notes

These PB & J Oatmeal Waffle Sandwiches are made from leftover Oatmeal Waffles.   Make extra and you can freeze them for future use.  Just throw in the toaster and you are ready.