Sandwiches

Connie Mistler Davidson

I like to save money on food. Buying several kinds of candy for dessert plates can be expensive. My White Fudge Recipe can yield quite a few unique types of candy, just by changing the add-ins and coatings. A sandwich can stand alone, but adding a small sweet treat can enhance your sandwich meal.

Connie Mistler Davidson

Sweet & hot with a deep smoky flavor, this ham dip is an addictive taste treat. Create sandwiches with Sweet and Spicy Ham Dip. You can make this into pinwheels, too! Serve an open-face sandwich with Sweet and Spicy Ham Dip on toasted sourdough bread, garnished with shredded lettuce. What a treat!

Connie Mistler Davidson

When many people think of dessert, they believe these foods should be rich, gooey, and decadent. Fruit desserts can be delicious and a more nutritious option for that sweet finish to a sandwich meal. Easy to make, they almost create themselves! Try some sweet fruit desserts soon.

Connie Mistler Davidson

There are times that we get into a routine. We make the sandwiches that we know with ingredients that we always use in just the same ways. Even though those sandwiches are tasty, why don't you shake things up a little? Try something a bit different. Here are ideas!

Connie Mistler Davidson

If you have the ingredients for a Chef's Salad, you have the makings for a Chef's Salad Wrap Sandwich. Don't have any flatbread? Make some; it's easy! See the related links for a delicious, high-fiber flatbread recipe. Filled with a variety of tastes and textures, this wrap is a foodie's dream!

Connie Mistler Davidson

When you want to create a sandwich meal, look for inspiration in your fridge and pantry. There's no need to buy elaborate ingredients. Use the ingredients that you have. After that, add a heaping helping of creativity.

Connie Mistler Davidson

Sliced or shredded, cheese is toothsome in a crispy, crunchy grilled cheese sandwich. You don't have to stop with a single cheese! Mix it up. Use your favorite bread or roll to grill your sandwich. Spice it up with a little deli meat before you serve it with a soup or salad.It's a full meal!

Connie Mistler Davidson

Indian Fry Bread recipes are simple to make. They take a bit of time, since they need to be rolled out and fried. However, given their wonderful flavors and versatility as you add different toppings, they are worth the time to make them. Pair fry bread with chicken chili for a delicious meal.