As temperatures heat up, my motivation to cook big meals goes waaaay down. I’d rather spend the time outside with my kids, gardening, or going on bike rides than cooking giant meals. I get the feeling I’m not alone!
I find myself coming back to sandwiches when I need to get a meal on the table because they’re just so versatile. You can make them hot or cold, stack ‘em up, pile on meat, and load them up with veggies.
Use up any bread you’ve got hanging around, and slice up some fresh fruit for a side. Sandwiches make a quick, easy and delicious summer dinner.
Make this summer the SUMMER OF SANDWICHES and enjoy yourselves!
If you’re looking for a picnic-friendly sandwich, try this Pan Bagnat! It’s filling so it’s perfect for dinner, and the best part is you just make one giant sandwich then cut it into individual portions.
We put every method to the test and finally discovered the best way to make this classic sandwich. The secret? Choose mayo!
Now that you’ve mastered the basic grilled cheese sandwich, let’s add in some other ingredients to take things up a notch! The addition of arugula and red peppers makes for one irresistible vegetarian sandwich.
Time to meet the vegetarian cousin of the BLT! Swap avocados out for the bacon or keep the bacon and add avocados anyway. Either version is a superb choice for a summer sandwich.
You’ll want a pile of napkins close to you while you eat this scrumptious sandwich. To make an authentic Cubano you’ll need to make this mojo marinated Cuban-Style Pork Roast which does require turning on the oven, but it’s worth it. Serve this sandwich with a pickle and chips!
The ultimate vegetarian sandwich! The roasted cauliflower steaks are what makes this sandwich so hearty and utterly crave-worthy.
There are countless variations for a tuna salad sandwich, but what makes ours truly the best is the addition of cottage cheese and capers! If you want to dress it up a little more, we have 4 Great Add-Ins for you!
These are for serious meat and cheese lovers. They’re a gooey match made in heaven with three kinds of Italian deli meat, provolone, and buttery bread.
Quite possibly one of the easiest sandwiches to ever make! Just chop a little hardboiled egg here, dice some celery there, sprinkle in a dash of salt and pepper for seasoning, and before you know it, a star is born.
This one is great for kiddos, but adults have been known to sneak a bite or two. The apples add a nice crunch, but you can swap in bananas if you’d like!
This is the beautiful lovechild of two beloved sandwiches and it’s so easy you’ll be making it time and time again this summer.
If you’re into tuna sandwiches but not into mayo, it’s okay. We understand, which is why swapped the mayo for creamy avocados! It’s a real treat for your taste buds.