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***I am so sorry about yesterday’s post! For some reason, Kat’s didn’t publish when it was supposed to! To compensate, I will give you two posts today! Make sure to check out Kat’s Chia Protein Pancakes if you haven’t already.
Here is a guest post from Katie, who gives us a great idea for bread-less sandwiches!
I’m honored to be writing my very first guest post on one of my favorite blogs! I have been following along with Alex’s sugar free journey for a long time now, and truly love her creative recipes and tips, so thanks Alex for having me write for the day!
I’m Katie and I blog over at KatieDid, which documents a “simple tale of life behind the lens”. More specifically I love taking pictures everyday, writing about what I see, do, eat, and create. Half the time I’m babbling on about bacon, and the other half about something equally as thrilling…
Oh and did I mention I love food? Gluten free food to be exact. It’s shown me how to be creative in the kitchen, and has forced me to learn tons about food in general…
On that note, I’m always looking for different options for sandwiches since I can’t eat bread, so when I saw Angela’s post about kid friendly meals and snacks, I was immediately attracted to the ‘apple sandwiches’. Inspired by her post, I created the cutest mini apple sliders. Mini anything is always 10 times more fun and cute anyways!
One large apple sliced horizontally into 4 slices
2 slices of any kind of cheese (I used dill havarti)
Meat if desired (I used turkey)
Other topping ideas: peanut butter and jelly, veggies and hummus, nutella and peanut butter…
Assemble the apple slices as you would bread and munch away on a delicious, portable, naturally gluten free sandwich option!
Other sans-which options that I love…
- Lettuce wraps using butter lettuce or collard greens
- Portabella buns
- Wraps using the skin of sweet potatoes
- S’mores using just chocolate for the crackers!
Have you ever tried any of these options? What other creative ways have you substituted for bread before?
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