My husband goes through food phases, as I assume we all do. His latest is Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream and black grapes. Not together though, just so you know. But hmmmm... I'll have to ponder that one.
This sandwich just makes sense. If peanut butter and grape jelly works, why not peanut butter and grapes?
Grapes are quite nutritious. Grapes contain a large variety of nutrients, and are particularly rich in minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and calcium, as well as vitamin C. In addition, grapes are very rich in antioxidants, one particularly beneficial antioxidant is resveratrol, which helps prevent a number of dangerous health conditions but most importantly it slows down the aging process.
Please pass the black grapes!
Peanut Butter and Black Grape Bagel
makes 1, easily multiplied
1 bagel (I used whole wheat bagel thins)
Peanut butter, or any nut butter of choice
7-8 black grapes, halved
Spread peanut butter on both sides of the bagel, top with halved grapes and combine.