Making sandwiches fun

Mix up sandwiches with fresh ingredients
  • ham, avocado, grated carrot and pineapple
  • lean roast meat, chutney, lettuce and tomato
  • tinned salmon, reduced-fat cream cheese, shallots, lettuce and grated carrot
  • chicken, grated apple and celery and reduced-fat ricotta cheese
  • mashed banana with thinly sliced dates or sultanas
Twist a sandwich into a sushi roll
  1. Flatten two slices of wholemeal bread slices with a rolling pin.
  2. Spread each slice with reduced-fat cream cheese or a similar spread, such as avocado, hummus or reduced-fat mayonnaise.
  3. Select your fillings and place at the bottom of each slice:
    • sweet chilli chicken – reduced-fat cream cheese, sweet chilli sauce, cucumber, carrot and chicken
    • tuna and salad reduced-fat cream cheese, canned tuna, corn, avocado, carrot, cucumber
    • Mediterranean hummus, baby spinach leaves, lean roast meat or ham and capsicum.
  4. Roll up the bread, pressing gently to seal, then cut each roll in half.
  5. Serve with chopsticks for a bit of fun.

Image Flattened bread and healthy ingredients used to make a sandwich wrap

Published — 10 October 2016 Last updated — 02 November 2016

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