Sandwich ideas
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Sandwich ideas
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:21:25 AM. Recipe ID 53620. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Sandwich ideas
 Categories: Kids
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
      2    Parts low-fat plain yogurt
           -with one part mayonnaise.
 
  Peanut Butter and _____ Sandwiches
  
  Peanut butter combines well with: honey sliced bananas grated carrots
  raisins applesauce bacon bits cream cheese jam/jelly toasted wheat
  germ cut up dates or any combination of the above
  
  Tuna Fish and Mayonnaise combine with: pickle relish sliced cucumbers
  sunflower seeds
                 sprouts sliced avocado grated carrot chopped celery
  sliced egg
  
  Note: Mayonnaise in a sandwich does not hold up well without
  refrigeration, and could cause poisoning. It turns rancid upon
  prolonged exposure to heat. Avoid using it for summer camp lunches,
  or if your child's lunch will be sitting on a radiator in school all
  morning. Mayonnaise usually does not freeze well. If the amount you
  are using in your sandwich is small, however, you should have no
  trouble keeping sandwiches mixed with mayonnaise in the freezer. This
  also holds true for egg salad that is well mashed.
  
  Hint: Reduce the fat content of added mayonnaise by combining
  
  Cream Cheese Combines well with: bacon bits crushed pineapple chpped
  nuts luncheon meats peanut butter sliced egg sliced cucumber
  marmalade or jam raisins, whole or ground
  
  Hint: one enrichment technique is to mix a tablespoon of powdered
  milk into an 8-oz bar of cream cheese.
 




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Recipe ID 53620 (Apr 03, 2005)

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