FUTURELIFE® FREEZER FRIENDLY SANDWICHES
- 10 slices FUTURELIFE® High Protein Brown Bread
- Savoury spread like Marmite or Bovril
- 4 slices white cheese
- Peanut butter
- Jam (any flavour)
- 2 eggs
- 3 tablespoons milk
- 1 tablespoon cinnamon sugar
- 1 slice cold meat
Serves 1 person for 5 days
These ingredients make 5 different sandwiches that can be frozen and removed from the freezer the morning before school. By break time your child will have a delicious fresh thawed sandwich. You can make more if you want them to last for 2 weeks.
1. SAVOURY SPREAD AND CHEESE SANDWICH
Take 2 slices of bread, spread the one side with your favourite savoury spread and the other slice with margarine. Place the 2 slices of cheese on the buttered side. Close the sandwich, cut it in half and you are done. Serve with yoghurt and a fruit.
2. EGG AND BACON SANDWICH
Fry/grill your bacon in a not-stick pan/oven until crispy. Break 1 large egg in a cup with 1 tablespoon of milk. Whisk until combined. Pour the egg mixture into a hot pan as if you will be making an omelette/pancake. Flip when golden on the one side. Cook for 1 minute on the other side. Place on a chopping board and cut a square the size of a slice of bread. Spread margarine on both slices of bread. Place the egg square and bacon in between the slices of bread. Close the sandwich, cut it in half and you are done. Serve with a fruit.
3. PEANUT BUTTER AND JAM SANDWICH
Make sure to spread peanut butter on both slices of bread. If you apply the jam directly onto the bread it will become soggy. Spread the jam on the one peanut buttered side. Close the sandwich, cut it in half and you are done. Serve with fresh fruit and carrot sticks.
4. COLD MEAT, CHEESE AND MUSTARD SANDWICH
Spread margarine on the one slice of bread and spread mustard on the other slice. Place one slice of cold ham and 2 slices white cheese in between the 2 slices of bread. Close the sandwich, cut it in half and you are done. Serve with cut up tomato and cucumber.
5. FRENCH TOAST STICKS
Mix 1 large egg with 2 tablespoons of milk in a shallow bowl. Place the 1 slice of bread into the mixture to absorb some of the egg mixture. Flip it to soak the other side. Repeat with the other slice of bread. Heat a non-stick pan for frying the French toast. Pan-fry for approximately 2 minutes on each side or until golden brown. Cut up in strips (3 per slice), sprinkle cinnamon sugar over the French toast. Serve with a banana.