We admit this peanut butter and pickle sandwich might sound strange, and the first time a woman ordered it, we couldn’t quite believe it ourselves. She was pregnant and two weeks past due and said she had this craving.

A mighty fine combination! This sandwich is for anyone who likes a little maple syrup on their bacon at the diner. The crunchy maple sugar in Mighty Maple meets crispy bacon for a sandwich that’s like your favorite breakfast plate between two pieces of wheat toast!

Think of this sandwich as a Thai satay between two pieces of bread. For a vegetarian twist, try it with grilled tofu instead of chicken, or try using mango chutney instead of pineapple preserves. Both versions are also great heated up on a grill or in a sandwich press.

This was by far the most popular sandwich at Peanut Butter & Co. It makes a hearty lunch, an economical dinner, and a great late-night snack! A grilled peanut butter sandwich, stuffed with bananas and honey. Try it with bacon! Long live the King!

A double deck PB&J club for when one sandwich just isn’t enough!

When Lee was a little kid, his grandparents would sometimes take him out to lunch at a local diner, where there was a huge glass case filled with fancy-looking cakes. The Black Forest cake, with its mounds of whipped cream, cherries, and long curls of chocolate, was his dessert of choice. When he was working on the Peanut Butter & Co. meanu, he had an idea to try to model a sandwich after that dessert. He made a sandwich with Dark Chocolate Dreams and cherry preserves, but it needed something more—coconut!

Meet the Banana Dog! Kinda like a hotdog, but engineered to be the perfect vehicle for peanut butter & jelly. Everyone loves peanut butter & bananas, and this way, you can take it on the go! (And while we’re here–yep, it’s a sandwich.) Whether you’re topping it with rainbow sprinkles or chocolate chips, the Banana Dog is sure to please!

For kids everywhere, the highlight of any summer day is the afternoon visit from the ice cream man. Two of Lee’s favorites were the Toasted Almond Bar and the Orange Creamsicle. Think of this sandwich as a cross between the two. If you want to get fancy, you can cut the crusts off the bread to create a sandwich good enough for tea with the Queen.

Remember this recipe? Fluffernutters have been a sweet part of American childhood since 1923, when the then-untitled recipe for the sandwich first appeared on the back of a jar of Marshmallow Fluff. It’s heaven.

Meet the Cookie Dough Sandwich! The combination of chocolate chips, peanut butter, and vanilla cream cheese tastes just like cookie dough–but you can eat it for lunch!

Lee first encountered gianduja when traveling in Europe. It’s an Italian spread made with hazelnuts, cocoa, and skim milk. It’s a staple all over Europe where they eat it like, well, peanut butter! This is a rich and decadent sandwich that many people eat for dessert, not lunch, since it tastes like a peanut butter cup. The crunchy peanut butter really gives the sandwich terrific texture.

The Black & Tan Sandwich is a perfectly work-appropriate way to have a black & tan at lunch! Instead of a mix of a stout and a lager, this sandwich is made with a pairing that’s just as indulgent–Smooth Operator peanut butter and chocolate syrup! While we closed their sandwich, it’s also great open-faced or grilled!

The Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Sandwich was Lee’s favorite at Peanut Butter & Co. With its great combination of flavors and textures, it’s like a symphony for your mouth! The classic combo of apples & cinnamon gets amped up with vanilla cream cheese

Peanut Butter & Co. Sandwich Shop: The Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Sandwich