Create Delicious Cold Cut Sandwiches From Home
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nature’s Harvest® and Sverve. All of the opinions expressed are 100% my very own.
There is a sandwich shop up the street that my children love to go to, I swear it is the only restaurant my children go to and actually eat their entire meal. Who knew that something as simple as a turkey sandwich would become their favorite meal all because of the bread it was made with. All these years of making sandwiches that ended up half eaten and thrown in the trash… assuming they were just not enjoying the meats and cheeses… when in actuality, it was the bread they weren’t fond of. I don’t know about you but I can’t exactly afford to pay $8 a day for a meal just so my children will finish, so I began my hunt for a bread that was appeasing to my children… a bread that was both healthy and delicious! This eventually led me to the fabulous Nature’s Harvest® Bread brand and their impressive variety to choose from. When purchasing Nature’s Harvest® breads for your family, you can always count on at least 8 grams of whole grains in every serving. Their breads contain no artificial flavors, colors or high-fructose corn syrup, and ALL Nature’s Harvest® varieties carry the whole grain stamp. Whether Made with Whole Grain White, Honey Wheat-or any other variety, you can be rest assured that it’s made with whole grains because it says Nature’s Harvest®. Their slogan isn’t “The easy choice for whole grains” for nothing!
So now that I had a brand of bread that my children loved and I was happy with for it’s healthy ingredients, it was time to create sandwiches they loved right at home. So let me introduce to you how to create delicious cold cut sandwiches from home! The first step is giving your child variety, allowing them to choose what they place between those two slices of bread. Roast beef, turkey, ham and salami are among the favorites in our home. My personal favorite part of the sandwich is the cheese, I had available for our sandwiches swiss, provolone, gouda and muenster cheese slices as options. Next offer a plate which includes the veggies of choice; red onion, lettuce (or spinach for a healthier option) tomatoes, avocado, and pickles. Then if you so choose, add mayo, mustard or a dressing to finish your sandwich…. pair with a few chips and a cold tea and you are ready to enjoy!
This delicious cold cut sandwich was what my son created, roast beef, ham, muenster cheese, spinach, pickles and Nature’s Harvest® stone ground whole wheat bread! I would say from the image below that this was a win for me and I have finally discovered the right bread to serve my kids! There is nothing quite like enjoying a delicious lunch in the comfort of your home and enjoyed with family!
Just look at the delicious bread! I could not believe how much this picky eater of mine loved this sandwich and how quickly he was able to devour it.
I would love to know in the comments below if you tried these combination of cold cut sandwich ideas at home. I would be thrilled to hear some of your favorite or other ingredients you add to your sandwiches!
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Did you know that 57% of American consumers eat whole grains at least every two weeks in their diet (#2 in their list of BFY eating habits after “Reduced/No Fat”.) I bet you didn’t know that 56% of American consumers are already trying to add whole grains into their diet (#1, Fiber and Protein #’s 2 and 3 following.) According to a recent nationwide survey conducted on behalf of Nature’s Harvest® bread, nearly 75% of moms have employed creative methods, such as styling food into fun shapes, to get their children to eat more nutritiously. In a recent survey of moms with children ages four to 13, Nature’s Harvest learned nearly half of moms are concerned about their children’s nutrition and that 52% consider whole grains one of the most important nutritional considerations when purchasing food at the grocery store.