Tag: sandwiches

Healthy Dinners, No Cooking Required

by in Healthy Recipes, August 30, 2014

veggie sandwich
You can’t close out summer without going on a no-cook dinner spree. Here are five ways to not turn on the oven.

Veggie Lover’s Club Sandwich (above)
Nothing boring about this veggie sandwich. Choose from smoked tofu or smoked mozzarella for a boost of protein, and give the whole-wheat club an Italian accent with sun-dried tomatoes, arugula and chopped fresh oregano. Read more

Panini Party

by in Robin's Healthy Take, August 1, 2013

panini

Did you know that August is National Sandwich Month and National Panini Month?

I’m thrilled that America has embraced panini. They’re not the only sandwiches we’re eating (burgers are still up there), but we’ve grown to love them enough to keep them on the culinary map for a while. The possibilities for these pressed, toasted sandwiches are endless, but creative fillings can turn the simple dish into a sensational meal.

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Weekly Bits: Sandwich Creations

by in Reader Tips & Comments, September 19, 2009

This week, you all shared ideas about how you make unique sandwiches and use your favorite condiments. Plus, a question on whether “seedless” grapes are natural.

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Katie's Healthy Bites: Pep Up Your Sandwiches

by in No-Cook Choices, September 13, 2009

katiesandwich
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for ways to make lunch more exciting. It seems like the mid-day meal can’t compete with our busy schedules and endless to-do lists. A sandwich is a simple solution, but there’s no need for it to be the same-old PB&J or turkey with cheese. Here are five basic sandwiches that all have a special twist.

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Spotlight Recipe: Eggplant Sandwich

by in Healthy Recipes, June 8, 2009

Eggplant Sandwich
Need a new lunch idea? This baked eggplant and cheese sandwich is a nice change and easy for toting. Packed with veggies like bell peppers and tomatoes, the sammy will give you enough vitamin C to cover your daily needs. With 350 calories per serving, it’s also works as a light, veg-friendly dinner served with baked sweet potato fries.

P.S. It’s also a perfect way to celebrate Meatless Monday.

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Spotlight Recipe: New York Breakfast

by in Healthy Recipes, March 9, 2009

NY Breakfast

Skip the bagel and try this instead. This dish’s smoked salmon and pumpernickel bread boost your daily dose of omega-3 fats and whole grains. Experiment with different veggie toppers: carrots, radishes or bell peppers. And this isn’t just for a morning meal — try it for a quick lunch, too.

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