Grilled Espresso Glazed Coconut Doughnuts with Mocha Coconut Ganache
I made us lunch today!
A dang good one too.
I mean it involves peanut butter and toasty bread and possibly a peach, if your into that short of thing. And really, let’s be honest, anything that involves any kind of peanut butter and toasty bread is a good meal or maybe even snack. Yeah, this is a good snack too!
It’s also quick and easy, which obviously is awesome for everyone.
Is anybody else so incredibly ready for Friday?
It’s been a week. A jam-packed, messy and pretty loud week.
Remember last week when I told you the family was gone, yeah well they’re back and its pretty much total chaos because everyone’s running around like crazy people trying to get things done before they leave again for the summer.
Yup, for the whole summer. Two weeks in Cleveland, one week in South Carolina and two months in Mt.Hood, Oregon.
Ah huh. If you are thinking my family is a traveling circus than you would be 120% right.
Cause we are, like really we are. It’s insane.
Lucky me gets to skip the two weeks in Cleveland. Why? Well, I have a civic duty to my county – jury duty, and a duty to my readers – get organized! I need to get some dang good recipes together before I leave.
Anyway, come early Saturday morning the house is ALL mine. Bring on the cheesy country music and some dancing with excitement over good food and some hopefully awesome photos.
It’s gonna be fun!
And SO productive. I am telling you, I get SO much done when I don’t have people, err I mean toddlers and one seriously board twelve-year old asking for a gazillion different things all at the same time. All that while having one something on the grill, the mixer whipping up some very delicious white stuff (you are gonna freak over this said white stuff) and something baking in my very broken oven, that by the way totally ruined a delicious new cookie I had concocted. I mean they tasted amazing, but looked so ugly. I can’t do ugly cookies. The part is on order!
I am going to the week in South Carolina, it is mandatory.
For all twenty-six of my family members on my mom’s side.
Oh yes, that means twenty-six adults, teens, preteens, toddlers and babies (including a seriously pregnant aunt that is hoping her little sweetie can wait until the week is over to make an appearance) all in one house for a whole week. Should be interesting. I mean how to you think you feed twenty-six people breakfast, lunch dinner, dessert and snack for a whole week? Ahh…..I have no idea. I mean I can cook A LOT and for A LOT of people, but not twenty-six for a whole week.
Actually, I think my grandma hired a chef to cook every other night or something.
Yeah, she’s smart like that and she also put this who trip together. Planned it, found a HUGE house and told us all when to be there and were to go. Like I have said before, she’s pretty awesome!
Oh yeah, and the reason for all this togetherness, my grandparent’s 50th anniversary! Pretty amazing accomplishment.
The rest of the summer is still up in the air for me.
Decisions, decisions, remember I hate them and absolutely can not make them!
So back to lunch!
I made homemade peanut butter and, oh my gosh, I am never going back to store-bought. Okay, I know that is probably not going to happen cause store-bought is so easy, but I’ll try!
This Chipotle Honey Roasted Peanut Butter is out of this world. Like Home run, through the roof, so darn good! Really, the sweet and spicy combo with the peanuts is so good. Words can not explain, really they can’t.
This is so perfect for summer, cause its quick and easy and delicious!
Just whip up the peanut butter and then grab some whole grain, a sweet juicy peach and start grilling. Yeah, I totally made this on the grill and it was awesome. Ever since I made the Blueberry Basil Balsamic Crisps I have been itching to grill bread again. It’s crazy good. Really you need to try it!
Oh an I know I am a little early on the peaches, but they were on sale last week and I bought twenty-four. Oh yes, twenty-four and they are were all gone within the week. What we love peaches and these were some good summer peaches!
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Lunch is served!
Hi! I’m wanting to make the peanut butter as a gift and I’m wondering how long the peanut butter will stay good after being made.
Hi Sydney! That is so sweet of you! This peanut butter should last pretty long, especially if it is refrigerated! I hope your friend loves it! xTieghan
Can’t get over how amazing your recipes are. Thank you!!!
You can simplify this recipe by using none other then our…Honey Chipotle Peanut Butter! Its delicious, 5 ingredients and lets the peanuts, honey and chipotle shine. Great looking sandwich! Keep up the great work! eliotsadultnutbutters.com
Can you tell me if the 1 chipotle chipotle chili in adobo is the typical small can you can buy full of chilis and if you use the whole can?
It is the small can, but do not use the whole can! That would be spicy and all you would taste is chipotle. Just use 1 chile from the can. Sorry for the confusion and I hope you love this!
Thank you for the response! 1 more question…. I am making this for a family cook off this weekend and will be making about 20 sandwiches.
How many batches of the peanut butter do you reckon I will need for that many sandwiches?
Wow, that is a lot f peanut butter!! Just to be safe I would make this recipe X 4.
So it would look like this:
8 cups unsalted peanuts
4 chipotle chipotle chili in adobo (be careful it might get spicy, a just this to your liking)
4 teaspoons adobo sauce
8 tablespoon honey
4 tablespoon olive oil
1 teaspoon chili powder
1 teaspoon pepper
4 teaspoon dried oregano
2 teaspoon salt
Hope this helps and I hope everyone loves these!
Thanks again! I’ll let you know how it goes!
Of course! I hope everything goes awesome!
I was looking for the chipotle chili in my grocery store and all I found was cans of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Is that what I’m supposed to use? And just one of them? Also, I could only find adobo seasoning. Is that right or is there an actual sauce separate from the chipotle?
Thanks for the help!
You have all the right stuff! Only use 4 chipotle chilies from the can, NOT 4 cans!! And the adobo sauce is the sauce the chilies are packed in, so you just need to measure out that. Does this make sense?
This sounds and looks delicious!!! Please come share it at Two Girls and a Party linky party!!http://www.lifewiththecrustcutoff.com/two-girls-and-a-party-linky-party-20/
The homemade peanut butter is so unique! All of the added spices and things sound super yummy. Have a nice summer, it looks like it’ll be very busy but very fun!
Thank you so much!
My mouth is watering with each photo! What a delicious blend of flavours =)
Yay! Thanks Lisa! Hope you give this a try!
Wow this sounds incredible. I cannot wait til peaches are in season here so I can try this! And yeah homemade nut butters are insanely good 😉 I love the different flavor profiles you have going on in this sandwich!
Thank you so much, Lauren! Hope you love this!
That looks deeeeeeeeeeelish! Love the idea of peach and peanut butter in a sandwich! Look so good, I just want to reach in to my screen and grab one! 😀
Thank you so much, Anne!
This looks incredible!! I adore melty sandwich concoctions like this, epsecially with cheese and fruit and on crispy/crunchy bread! Drool! 🙂
Thanks so much, Dana!
The sandwich looks delicious. And homemade peanut butter? Oh my!! 🙂
Thank you, Laura!