Whole wheat turkey and cheese sandwich with fine herbs

Whole wheat turkey and cheese sandwich with fine herbs

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Excesses and excessively caloric foods can unbalance our children's diet, and pose a problem of childhood obesity and other health disorders. To avoid this, prepare light and healthy lunches like this whole wheat turkey and cheese sandwich with fine herbs.

A quick and easy recipe to ensure that children eat a balanced diet and at the same time have the nutrients and energy they need for their growth. This sandwich is a simple snack alternative.

  • 2 slices of whole wheat bread
  • 3 slices of turkey
  • 1 slice of cheese
  • 50 gr. cheese spread with fine herbs
  • Lettuce or endive

Tips: You can choose the cheese you like the most, and use normal spread cheese by adding your favorite spices.

1. Wash the lettuce or endive well, drain it and cut a couple of leaves into thin strips.

2. Spread the cheese on the slices of bread. If you prefer, you can use normal cheese, put it in a bowl and add the spices that you like the most before spreading it on the bread.

3. Place the lettuce, the turkey, the cheese slice and close the sandwich. To make it easier to eat, you can cut it in half.

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  5. Ash

    At the risk of sounding like a layman, but still I will ask, where did this come from and who wrote it at all?

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