The most creative viral video-inspired food truck since short-lived dessert loaf makers Chocolate Graaain, Peanut Butter Jelly Time is the newest sweetness from the guys behind Sticky Rice & Dangerously Delicious Pies. Served in brown paper bags with milk cartons, chips (or apples), and a "pick me up" note from "Mom", the PB&Js look like what you would've had packed in your school lunch if your mom was Rip Taylor:
The Meow Meow is a three-slice double sandwich with Wonder Bread housing both almond & peanut butter, sliced almonds, wildflower honey, and a sprinkle of Cap'n Crunch.
The Elvis stuffs a hot dog roll with peanut butter and half a banana, and has enough calories to ensure you're never referred to as a hunka hunka burning anything.
The Sticky Icky smears red pepper jelly over wheat, then layers on prosciutto, bacon, Lay's potato chips, and apple slices.
The Rainbow Bright invites you to climb atop the white stallion of diabetes with a dessert-wich PB&J rocking peanut butter ice cream, jelly, and either two graham crackers or two shortbread cookies.
They're also more than happy to let you build your own PB&J with any of the above madness (from bacon to cashew butter to Cinnamon Toast Crunch) if you enjoy being different -- though if that's the case, wedgies would have long ago made you familiar with Rip.
Published: May 3, 2012 at 4:00am EDT
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