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Easy Breakfast Sandwiches

Recipe contributed by Sheila Buck. We don’t usually plan breakfast at my house. Sometimes we just see what is on hand in the refrigerator and cupboards and go from there. I made these breakfast sandwiches the other day and they were very good. Normally, I would use English muffins, but we didn’t have any. I […]

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Ice Cream Sandwich Ideas

Even healthy eaters enjoy a splurge once in a while, and what better way to splurge than with ice cream. Especially now that the summer months are here. When items are purchased on sale with coupons, or store brands are used, these will cost less than what is sold on the ice cream truck. Save […]

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Chicken and Vegetable Salad Sandwich

Earlier, I posted about leftover salad sandwiches. The Chicken and Vegetable Salad Sandwich is a variation of this sandwich preparation method. This salad sandwich does not need the addition of meat, however. It is already provided in the salad recipe. Ingredients 2 slices bread (100% whole grain choice) 2 slices cheese (provolone, American, or Swiss) […]

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Tuna Sandwich Variation

I do not like things such as mayonnaise, so I switch up recipes that call for it. This is a simple sandwich that does not take time to make. It is one of my favorites. Ingredients 2 slices multi grain bread 2 slices cheese (American, provolone or mozzarella) 1 can tuna (in water), drained well […]

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Leftover Salad Sandwiches

I love salads! Many of you have mentioned that you do as well. Sunday evening I went to a friends’ for dinner, and came home with plenty of leftover salad, which took me three days of lunches to eat. The first two days I made sandwiches for work, plus had some of the salad on […]

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Vegetable and Cheese Sandwich

How are you doing thus far in the 31 Day Healthy Recipe Challenge? How are you feeling? Which recipes (mine yours or others) have you chosen to try? Feel free to post your answers here, in your journal or on your own blog. You can even link to this post in your own blog entry. […]

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Breakfast Sandwich with Egg, Pepperoni and Cheese

I just moved into a room. I had my own place, then moved in with my sisters family for a while. Now I am renting a room until I can find a one bedroom apartment that suits me. I have not been doing a lot of cooking over the past few months, and have been […]

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Breakfast Sandwich: Egg, Tomato and Cheese

Still teaching myself to cook with a one-burner hot plate, I am creating breakfast sandwiches. They are easy and frugal when using leftovers from other meals. I have thus far made two versions of this type of sandwich, and both have been successful. This recipe uses leftover cherry tomatoes from a salads made earlier in […]

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Tips for Packing Affordable School Lunches

School will be starting up again in just a few weeks, and parents are wondering how to affordably pack a nutritious lunch to send along with their children. These tips will help you to spend as little money as possible on foods for your children, important with the economy as bad off as it is […]

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Vegetable and Cheese Sandwich

It is often too hot to cook during the summer months, so we look for easy meals to prepare. Sandwiches are a great choice on these days. Usually, we look for some type of meat to put on a sandwich but, when using cheese, this is not necessary. The cheese will provide the serving of […]

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Baked BCP Sandwich

I made this sandwich the other night, using items that I had on hand. The bacon was precooked, making it a cinch to prepare. I use 100% whole wheat bread, but you can choose another type. I used two slices of cheese, but only 1 is necessary. Ingredients 2 slices of bread 2 slices of […]

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BCV Sandwich

A great breakfast sandwich that can actually be served at any meal, this sandwich needs no side dishes. If you grow your own vegetables, this recipe will cost less. Save more money by purchasing the bacon on sale. Ingredients English muffin bacon cheese slice lettuce leaf shredded carrot cucumber slices tomato slices mayo, of desired […]

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ECV Sandwich

This sandwich is good for any meal, especially breakfast. It is not difficult to make, and is quite tasty. Vegetables round out the meal nicely. Ingredients English muffin egg cheese slice lettuce leaf tomato slices cucumber or zucchini slices mayo, of desired Place the two halves of the English muffin, centers up, on a baking […]

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BEC Sandwich

This sandwich is easy to make, and uses crisp English muffins warmed in the oven. I usually eat this at breakfast, but it can really be used for any meal. Zowie likes hers with mayo. Ingredients English muffin bacon egg cheese slice mayo, of desired Cook the bacon. Place the two halves of the English […]

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The Art of Melted Cheese Sandwich Creation

I used to love grilled cheese sandwiches, but didn’t want the added fat from the butter or margarine when cooking them once I decided to start losing weight. I therefore began baking my cheese sandwiches. By doing this, nothing need be spread on the bread slices. I simply slap the cheese, and meat if desired, […]

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Easy Apple Tuna Salad

It is coming upon that time of year again, when we start eating more salads and lighter fare than we do during the autumn and winter months. I will start posting new salad recipes as I create them, but wanted to share one that my daughters liked when they were young. Ingredients 1 can water-packed […]

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Lunch Sack Ideas: Cracker Sandwiches

Cracker Sandwiches are easy to create, and far cheaper than the store bought lunch combos. They are made healthier by using whole wheat crackers, and lower-fat cheeses. Pack each component in a separate container, if desired. Use small/mini cookie or biscuit cutters to make round cheese and meat slices. Cracker Sandwiches: Crackers Cheese Meat Simply […]

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Lunch Sack Idea: Pocket Sandwiches

My daughter loves pocket sandwiches, as do I.  Pita bread is used to make these, and can be found in white or whole wheat. I prefer the whole wheat when I can get it. Creating these sandwiches is easy, for you or your child, and do not take a lot of time. There are a […]

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Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

These sandwiches are quick and easy to prepare, even for teens. They make a great addition to your lunch menu. Ingredients: 2 slices bread or tortillas ham sandwich meat sliced or shredded cheese butter or cooking spray Butter one side of each slice of bread, or each tortilla. Or spray the pan with cooking spray. […]

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Grilled Chicken and Cheese Sandwiches

A great lunch sandwich that can be prepared quickly, these are simple to make. Children and adults will love them, and they are easy for teens to prepare. Ingredients: 2 slices bread or tortillas chicken sandwich meat sliced or shredded cheese butter or cooking spray Butter one side of each slice of bread, or each […]

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Grilled Turkey and Cheese Sandwiches

These are great for lunches. They can be served with fruits or vegetables to make a complete meal, making an easily put together meal for anyone. This makes a simple meal for a busy person. Ingredients: 2 slices bread or tortillas turkey sandwich meat sliced or shredded cheese butter or cooking spray Butter one side […]

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Zowie’s Leftover Turkey Sandwich

Zowie, my 17-year-old daughter, has her own favorite turkey day leftover recipe. Today, after eating a full Thanksgiving meal at 4:00, she was ready to make her sandwich at about 7:00. Ingredients: leftover turkey 2 slices of bread leftover mashed potatoes shredded cheese mayo leftover gravy Shred some turkey. Place the turkey on a slice […]

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