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This week's featured Food Friday player is...

Ms Dominique with her post Monkey Boy Cooking on a Friday, on her blog, From Dominique's Desk.

Who would have thought that an eight-year old boy made that dish above? Yes, Ms. Dominique's son cooked that all by himself! *clap, clap* Letting our kids help out in the kitchen is a great way to keep them busy and at the same time  let them appreciate and learn how hard (and fun) it is to cook for a family. Good job, Monkey Boy! Do visit Ms. Dominique's blog to learn more about parenting concerns and tips as well as some of the yummy food that they've been having!
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Am afraid my food post for this week isn't really healthy...and it's not something that I'd recommend that you eat daily. lol. Peanut butter, Banana, and Marshmallow Sandwich. That's what it's called.


  • two slices of bread (i used whole wheat)
  • one banana, sliced (you may use your fave variety; we only had plantain that day, so that was what i used)
  • peanut butter (your choice..i used creamy)
  • marshmallows (i think it would look way better if i used white smaller sized
  • muscovado sugar (or you may use maple/chocolate syrup)


  • Using an oven toaster, toast the bread slices slightly before slathering with peanut butter. 
  • Place the banana slices on one bread while the marshmallows on the other bread slice.
  • Toast both slices until the marshmallows expands, gets gooey, and turns brown on top.
  • Remove from the oven toaster (or the oven), then add muscovado sugar (or maple/chocolate syrup) on top of the toast with the banana slices.
  • Place the marshmallow topped toast on top of the banana topped toast.
  • Enjoy!

I first found this recipe online (yeah, this isn't a Maiylah Original. hehe) a couple of weeks ago, and got curious. I only managed to buy marshmallows this week, so I thought I'd try this. I didn't think I'd like the mix, but I did! It wasn't overly sweet at all, much to my surprise. My youngest son who was with me at that time didn't like it that much, though. That's because he doesn't like peanut butter; he says he prefers eating REAL peanuts instead of peanuts with butter in it. lol. :D

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6 shared thoughts:

Unknown at: Fri Oct 26, 02:06:00 AM GMT+8 said...

i can imagine the sugar rush.:p
i like peanut butter and banana, but not so fond of marshmallow. but this is interesting, i'd try it when i have marshmallows.:p

Dominique Goh at: Fri Oct 26, 10:12:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for the feature this week. I love linking up with you weekly.

i♥pinkc00kies at: Fri Oct 26, 02:04:00 PM GMT+8 said...

oh myy that is just sinfully good. i'm a peanut butter addict!

Intelliblog at: Fri Oct 26, 03:22:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Thanks for hosting.
I'll give the marshmallow sandwich a miss ;-) I'm like your son!

Lynn at: Thu Nov 01, 10:33:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Did the marshmallow/banana sandwich for daughter's breakfast today. She loves it! :) Will instagram, haha.

Tetcha Figuerres at: Tue Dec 18, 07:06:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I'm not really fond of marshmallows, but I'd like to try that Peanut Butter, Banana and Marshmallow Sandwich. Looks delish!

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