Mother Nature's Healthy Sandwich

"From a natural health food restaurant"
 
Mother Nature's Healthy Sandwich created by Sharon123
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  • Spread cream cheese on bread.
  • Sprinkle with chili powder.
  • Sprinkle over some sunflower seeds.
  • Layer vegetables and cheese to suit your taste. Vary amounts as you like since this is a general guideline of the ingredients used in this sandwich.
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  1. Countrywife
    Yeah! Good stuff! I left off the chili and the colby/jack and subbed some smoked fontina. It was delicious! Really fit the bill on a warmish summer day. And it's so pretty with all the different layers! Thanks for posting.
     
  2. bibliox
    This is really a delicious and nutritious sandwich, in spite of what Chef whatever claims. First of all, avacado is a very healthy fat. I did leave out the colby, but thought the cream cheese was really good with this combination. I always use the Neufchatel cream cheese as it is about 1/3 the calories of the regular and tastes just as good. Thanks for a great recipe!
     
  3. reeniee
    This sounds wonderful. I make a sandwich similar to this, but I add sliced apple and red onion....no zucchini, but I add bell pepper.
     
  4. planetjanetterra
    with all he saturated fat in this sandwich from the cheeses and the avocado which is also high in calories, I would not call this a healthy sandwich, quite the opposite in fact. If you used cottage cheese and some beetroot or radish and spring onion instead of all the high calorie ingredients, then you could call it healthy.
     
  5. Deedee A.
    These sound fantastic! I love veggie sandwiches, they are great for taking to work. I usually make mine with hummus and assorted veggies, but I love the idea of the cream cheese and sunflower seeds. Sesame seeds might be nice too, a little bit packs a large protein punch.
     
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