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    Sandwiches and Burgers

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    Do you adore all those Cinnamon & Raisin combinations but the caloric allowance doesn't stretch that far as often as you'd like ? (At least without endless mental guilt-trips :) Do you love cinnamon and raisin bagels and loaves but want some now - right this instant, but all the stores are 20 miles away, and closed ? This almost instant snack tastes wonderful, is almost guaranteed to get you to make a second cup of coffee to go with a second slice and it's so healthy you can have another slice without feeling guilty for anything except the sheer sensual pleasure of eating it!

    Recipe #119319

    My grandmother used to make these for me as a child, and as strange as they may sound, they are wonderful!!! A good way to 'sneak' in a vegetable for kids!

    Recipe #110837

    11 Reviews |  By Anu

    An absolutely delicious done-in-a-snap snack, or breakfast treat (if you double/triple the recipe) that's as much fun to make as it is to eat! You end up with a slice with pretty, circular patterns, that's soft and sweet on the top, and crisp at the bottom!

    Recipe #18766

    This is my all time favorite breakfast! So easy, fresh and tasty!

    Recipe #113853

    I have used homemade applesauce or store-bought. My kids love these for breakfast. From TOH-Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #61154

    5 Reviews |  By Bec

    Makes 4 open-faced sandwiches. Be sure to get the nice heavy whole-grain bread, not the airy brown colored "wheat" bread! From "Cooking a la Heart"- Delicious Heart Healthy Recipes from the Mankato Heart Health Program, 1988.

    Recipe #129011

    Maybe some strange ingredients but at least it is very healthy for the kids.

    Recipe #126727

    This is one of the most popular dishes at the cafe I work at-there you can get it on 3 different choices of wrap; sun-dried tomato, spinach, or flour. It's REALLY good

    Recipe #128313

    This is a sandwich I made up that I take to work all the time. It's a great change of pace. I like to use flavored hummus like roasted garlic, scallion, or kalamata olive, just to name a few. Measurements are approximate.

    Recipe #129357

    4 Reviews |  By Kree

    If you've ever been to Cape Cod, you've almost certainly either seen or eaten at one of the many Box Lunch franchises in the area. This is my recreation of one of their famous "Rollwiches", scaled down to fit my smaller appetite. Feel free to make this in a larger tortilla and increase the other ingredients if you desire. If you add some slices of swiss cheese, this becomes a Priscilla Alden!

    Recipe #132067

    I love tomato and mayonnaise on a sandwich, and I also love grilled cheese, which makes this a perfect sandwich!

    Recipe #133507

    21 Reviews |  By Anu

    The perfect, quick, bachelor-y lunch for when you're hard pressed for time! This healthy recipe includes the 4 main food groups, so tuck in, and double the recipe if you're really hungry! :-)

    Recipe #23836

    The only way to eat fresh tomatoes! In anticipation of the impending tomato harvest, I share with you a family secret. This is the reason we look forward to the end of summer, to the time when our gardens and our friends gardens are bursting with little red-skinned treasures. When I tell anyone about this, besides my brother and sister -- we learned it from Mom -- and my children -- now that I've gotten them to try it -- they think I'm weird (well...yes, I am, but this isn't why). People looked at me oddly when I made this in the college cafeteria. At least I thought that was the reason. It never tasted right, though. I think the foodservice tomatoes were plastic. My husband seems to shudder if he sees me or the kids consuming this treat, but then, he hates warm peanut butter. Period. Won't touch it. I haven't managed to get any of my in-laws to give it a try; my husband's Dad just looks at me and shakes his head. Come to think of it, I get a lot of that from him. So, what is this food that most people seem to find so repulsive that they won't even consider it? I just call it exactly what it is: Peanut Butter and Tomatoes on Toast. If you're intrigued, the extremely difficult and intricate recipe follows below. If you think I'm weird, get in line. Grossed out? Get over it, and try it already. I thought it was pretty gross the first time I saw my Mom eating it, too, but she made me take a bite, and I was hooked.

    Recipe #25625

    These squiggly little sandwiches are almost too cute to eat, but budding entomologists gobble them up with enthusiasm! They look great on small rectangular plates and kids just love them. This is a great recipe for kids of all ages to help prepare. They take about 20 minutes to assemble….and minutes to devour.

    Recipe #133216

    6 Reviews |  By Geema

    I make lots of different pizzas out of English muffin crusts. This recipe is especially delicious and wonderful as a side for soup or just anytime you want some pizza without ordering out.

    Recipe #54000

    1 Reviews |  By SweetJ

    This sandwich is a combo of all my favorites...hummus, tomatoes, artichokes,pita bread, and cheese. What's not to love?! I like it both cold or warm, just depends on what I’m in the mood for. Its perfect for a light lunch or cut it into wedges and serve as an appetizer. Make sure you don't bypass toasting the pita bread. I'm not sure why, but it makes all the difference in taste and texture. I've used both commercially prepared and homemade hummus. They both work fine, but if you have the time definitely go with your own mix. Otherwise give Gingerbee's Hummus Amongus (#22060) a whirl...yum! If you don’t have gruyere cheese, any plain old swiss works just fine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #130685

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