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True story: These are sandwiches to make for your kids and enjoy eating yourself.
You can make this sandwich in less than five minutes. Recipe here.
The key to this easy sandwich recipe: Jarred or canned roasted red peppers.
Another sandwich simplified by pre-roasted red peppers, this recipe is perfect for kids. (Arugula too spicy for the youngin'? Go with spinach, romaine, or whatever you have in the fridge.)
The star of this sandwich is an excellent tomato, so if it's the wrong season, don't bother. Recipe here.
Don't get caught up in the specifics here. Whatever raw vegetables you have on hand will do the trick. Recipe here.
Give this old classic a new twist by drizzling honey on top of the banana layer. Recipe here.
Feel free to sub in microwaved frozen broccoli instead of boiling your own, or to just substitute with extra carrots or peppers to make it easier. Recipe here.
Feeling fancy? Use scallion cream cheese. Recipe here.
The wrap makes it more fun, but this works on bread too. Recipe here.
The Greek yogurt and avocado in this recipe mean no mayo is necessary to achieve your desired level of creaminess. Add whatever greens you have on hand if your kid will eat them.
The simplicity of this recipe will SHOCK YOU.
Sorry bacon, this sandwich don't need you no more. Recipe here.
Your kid will never look at an apple the same way again. (This recipe calls for grilling and uses walnut bread. Feel free to use whatever bread you have on hand, and sub mustard for making it grilled.)
Fresh berries > Old jam. Recipe here.
The beauty of this sandwich is you can use whatever leftover vegetables you have from dinner the night before, even though the recipe calls for roasted peppers.
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