Kids make Sandwiches

Kids can make great sandwiches and serve them hot, cold, grilled, wrapped, rolled and open-faced. When kids use ingredients fresh from their organic container veggie garden, they can create the best tasting, healthiest creations. Kids can make seasonal sandwiches with the fresh produce, like herbs, avocados, salad greens, asparagus, or tomatoes as they become ripe in their garden. Organic whole grain bread makes great sandwiches. Kids can try organic sourdough, Italian, rye, pumpernickel, ciabatta, or pita bread to discover their favorites.  Organic nut butters without added sugar and fresh organic fruit, dried fruit, or homemade preserves on organic whole wheat bread are perennial favorites with kids. Organic whole grain wheat, rice, or corn tortillas make the perfect wraps. Kids can stuff wraps with organic veggies and organic rice, quinoa, lentils, or beans. Roasting veggies like bell peppers, onions, zucchini, and tomatoes add texture, color, and terrific flavor to the sandwich. Kids can try different condiments, like pickles, pesto, salsas, olives, hummus, chili, or chutney to add zing to any sandwich. The secret to a great sandwich is balancing the bread with the crispy, sour, salty, sweet, spicy ingredients.

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