Lots of great sandwich recipes here: http://www.healthy-picnics.com/sandwiche...
sick of bread (all sorts) and despise pb&j s. was going to make sushi but ran out of avocado... any lunch ideas? i will probably eat anything except with bread as the main ingredient or peanut/ almond butter do have fake bacon, ham, saushage, and tofu any ideas? something Asian would be fantabulous! or...
Lots of great sandwich recipes here: http://www.healthy-picnics.com/sandwiche...
My sister loves mozerella and vegemite (don't ask me why o.O). I like cheese and onion, or I pack a completely different thing, like a salad, or leftovers.get some other kind of sliced meat (whichever you like) put in in a hoggy roll with some chips inside i love it when my mom makes that for me :D also like try and put some things into your sandwich like tomatoes and mayonaze and cucumbers, olives whatever you have around the house lol ham and cheese is just boring
Tuna Casserole Steamed Vegetable Thick slice of bread with butter Fresh fruit topped with a spoon of yogurt. TUNA CASSEROLE FOR ONE 1/2 cup pasta cooked 1 Tbs. butter 1 Tbs. flour 1/2 cup milk 1 slice cheddar cheese cut up in small pieces. (or cheese of your choice) 3 oz. tuna Heat; butter, flour, milk and cheese together until cheese is melted. Add to the cooked macaroni. Pour in casserole dish and crush 1 saltine cracker, crumbled, over the top (or 1 tsp. bread crumbs). Dot with butter and put in 400 degree F. oven for about 20 min.Beans smeared on toast
fruit salad with yogurt on top & toast salad topped with tuna tuna melt cook veggies & add into tomato soup grilled cheeseI think grilled cheese sandwich & tomato soup are delicious together, personally. If you have tortillas you could make a quesadilla, or rolled tacos and dip in salsa, if you have it.
use only one slice of whole grain bread, then a salad and 1 boiled egg or a bit of tuna. easy on the avocado.
Sounds good just reading it! You might also want to try/mix-in red onions, cream cheese, avocado (BTW, very good for you), sunflower seeds, alfalfa sprouts, etc. I know this may all sound a little disgusting but it actually tastes pretty good-and is SUPER good for you-the important part, (and a whole lot better than all that processed junk). Also, you might want to give any Ezekiel type bread for the sandwich spot a shot. Again, probably not the best tasting, but just see how you feel about an hour after the "processed" sandwich and and an hour after the "natural" sandwich. Hope this helps!Ham egg and onion roll or sandwich- very hearty Corned beef and mustard Cottage cheese, beetroot, carrot, lettuce, alfalfa sprouts - very healthy. Chicken, lettuce and mayonnaise
a good thick bacon lettuce and tomatoe on toasted buttered bread or bun might as well fix twoI like assorted cold-cuts;-} use several slices of meat. You can have mustard or ketchup on it, safely. What about mayo? It should be dairy free. Try Tuna, Salmon, Egg, or chopped meat. Mix in some chopped onion for flavour.
tuna, pb and j, turkey w/ lettuce, mustard, tomatoes, and stuff... just a few ideasMy favourites are - Hummus and tomato with lettuce or sprouts Peanut butter and jelly Green pesto, sliced tomatoes and bocconcini (mozzarella) Tuna melt Artichoke hearts, sundried tomato in oil, marinated mushrooms and provolone cheese. I use vegan cheese.
what I did was I brought leftovers for lunch (I would make steak sandwiches and put bbq chicken in a wrap) try ethnic sandwiches like souvlaki on a pita, jerk pork on roti or even coronation chicken.Have you ever tried Nutella? It is a chocolate hazelnut spread...the nut taste is stronger than the chocolate taste. My kids like it on bread as a special lunchtime treat. definitely different!
1. Buy a wide mouth thermos or two. For hot foods such as stews and soups, put hot water in the thermos and let it sit for a few minutes, pour out the water, put in your hot stew or soup. Don't forget a spoon. For cold foods, put the thermos in the fridge over night or a few minutes in the morning. Put in your cold foods such as salads. Don't forget a fork. You can buy nice carrying cases for these thermoses. You can buy these sets at places such as your grocery store, Walmart, etc. 2. Different sandwich recipes to try: http://www.elise.com/recipes/archives/sa... More are listed on the left hand side. 3. You can now buy dry meals in containers found on the shelves at your grocery store that you warm in a microwave and put into your thermos. Read the directions...it will say add water and microwave. These come in all kinds of foods such as American, Asian, Mexican. Two of our favorites are Sweet Sesame Beef and Bowl Appetit Herb Chicken Vegetable Rice. 4. No need to cook. The grocery stores now carry all types of meats and chicken that are already cooked. These are found in packages for two people in the cold section (not the freezer). Read the directions for microwave. Ask a clerk to help you find them: Pot roast; Chicken; Baked ham; Pork chops; Meatloaf; the list goes on and on. They are delicious. I use canned or frozen veggies for side dishes. Look for canned sweet potatoes with cinnamon and brown sugar. These are so good and can take the place of a dessert.This is what i do: 4 salami slice 2 slices of bread mozzarella cheese Mayonnaise this way i don't need to cook anything. (use enough cheese to cover a slice of bread) If you want veggies, pickles or cucumber slices are great.
Enjoy the wholesome goodness of my heavenly carrot sandwich: 1/2 fresh grated wholesome carrot 2 slices whole wheat bread 1/2 sprig green onion chopped 1/2 sprig fresh cilantro chopped 1 slice tomato 1 piece romaine lettuce 1 teaspoon sweet mustard (optional) 1 tablespoon hummus Directions Spread the sweet mustard on one slice of the vegan bread. Spead the hummus on the other slice. Layer the wholesome carrot, cilantro, green onion, tomato, and lettuce on the vegan bread and enjoy! Bread is also good toasted.Spinach cutlets. (Spinach, a little onion, some egg and breadcrumbs to bind it. Shape like a hamburger patty and fry.) Needs a bowl and a frying pan.
Why don't you experiment with different yummy salad ideas? Potato salad is great and simple with just chunky diced potato that's been boiled with the skins on, sliced boiled egg, spring onions and mayonaisse. Easy as, and soo tasty. Otherwise, my favourite salad is crispy noodle salad. All you need is chinese cabbage, sliced thinly, spring onions, toasted almonds, and a packet of crispy fried noodles. You mix them all together in a dressing made from 1/4 cup vinegar, 1/4 cup castor sugar, 1/2 cup olive oil, 1 tablespoon of soy sauce, and a good slosh of sesame oil. It's best if you add the noodles just before you eat it so that they don't go soggy. Alternatively, you might try different things with felafel. They make wonderful wraps with salad and garlic sauce. Oh, and just one more thing, try making Mauritian chili cakes. All you need is some fresh chillis, spring onion, fresh coriander and yellow split peas. Soak teh slplit peas overnight, then blend them 'til smooth. Stir in chopped chilli, coriander and spring onion. Form into balls the size of large walnuts, and deep fry them in a good oil with a high smoke point (I like to use rice bran oil, or grapeseed oil, but regular vegetable oil will do). Once golden brown and crisp on the outside, they're done. Enjoy them with sweet chilli sauce, which you can add lime and ginger to for a little extra flavour. They are just as yummy cold as they are hot. There are no hard measurements, as you make these to suit your own taste, but I like to use lots of coriander and spring onion. The spirng onion stops them from tasting too dry. Well, enjoy.usually i take macaroni salad or greek pasta salad. try nuts like cashews and almonds, thats what i've been taking lately. or take salsa and chips. you can use little plastic containers with a lid. that is mostly what i take for lunch. sometimes cold pizza or a salad. i really like cheese letuce tomato and mayo sandwiches but some people find that gross.
Make mini pizzas the night before. Basically, you just get an english muffin which you cut in half. You use the half as the pizza base. Then add tomato paste, your favorite vegetables and some herbs/spices/sauces. Cook the night before and take cold for school. If you enjoy salad, prepare a salad to take to school. You can fill it with lettuce, tomato, onion...whatever takes your fancy. Dried fruit and nut mixes are also really tasty! You could also take carrot/celery sticks. : )You could pack soup or chili in a thermos. Apples, bananas, pears, carrots, and celery are some foods that travel well. You could buy or make your own snack mix with cereal, nuts, and dried fruit. Instead of a regular sandwich, try experimenting with other types of bread like pitas or making wraps with vegetables and vegetarian chicken or beef.
thats really strange! i dont eat meat either!!! For lunch i usually eat a cheese sandwhich and sometimes i put some lettuce on my sandwhich too! Not sure if this will help but thats what i usually do and then i bring something snacky like peanut butter crackers or fruit and stuff like that!