Release your inner child!! Or feed your actual child. This is a super sandwich for adults and kids alike, and makes a healthy breakfast, lunch, or snack. I modified this from a slightly more ridiculous recipe in Vegetarian Times. I use a George Foreman Grill, but if you don't have one you can just butter the outsides of the bread and make it in a frying pan.
I am a true foodie!. And now that I have made the commitment to losing some excess baggage, I look for good tasting dishes. This is one I use as breakfast, but it is good for any time. I prefer Pepperidge Farms Light Style Wheat. I also use locally grown medium sized tomatoes from the farmers’ market whenever I can.
I just LOVE trying different vegetable burger recipes. They are all just slightly different. This is one I've adapted from a recent edition of the Australian magazine 'Women's Day'. This is a recipe which offers the scope for varying the ingredients to suit individual tastes.
We love garlic bread but hate filling up on all the bread. So when I saw this made on food tv, I had to try it. It is easy and does satisfy our garlic bread cravings without all the bread. I didn't have any garlic cloves so used garlic powder instead. Adjust the seasonings to your own taste.
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.
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!
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.
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.
A weird mixture I decided to try last night fully expecting it would taste horrible. My reaction was 'wow!'. It's really good! It's also seriously low-calorie, low fat, low sugar etc. It's kind of like rhubarb, strawberry and ginger pie or flan with cream topping, but so very much healthier and an awful lot quicker! Do give it a go - maybe it'll wow you too! (I've had it four times today already!)