Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Sister Schuberts saves the day...

Ok...I admit it! My kids eat A LOT of sandwiches. They make for such an easy and simple lunch. It's a daily challenge to make a healthy and appealing lunch that kids will want to eat, isn't it? Now, my little guy doesn't mind sandwiches, and he is not too picky with them. But, regular white or wheat sandwich bread is definitely not his fave. He will eat these, but much prefers other breads. So, I often make him sandwiches on different types of bread. Some of his favorites are: King's Hawaiian dinner rolls, Sister Schubert's rolls, croissants, Oroweat flat sandwich rounds, bagels, English muffins, and pretzel bread. For today's lunch, I used a Sister Schubert's dinner roll to make Z a ham and cheese sandwich. These little rolls are the perfect size for a kid sandwich, and they are soooo good. If you have a kidlet that fusses over the regular white or wheat bread sammie, try using one of these other delicious breads for a sandwich. You very well may have sandwich-eating success!

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This lunch is packed in the Goodbyn Bynto.
  • Natural Selects nitrate free ham and Swiss cheese sandwich on a Sister Schubert's dinner roll
  • Pepperidge Farm's gold fish crackers
  • Sunburst cherry tomatoes with ranch dressing in the rainbow cup
  • Yoplait dye-free yogurt
  • Pink Lady Apple wedges
  • Kit-Kat mini candy piece

Some of the things, or similar things, that I used to make this lunch:

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