Sandwiches and Wraps
Barbacoa is traditionally an all day roasting of beef marinated with chilles. In this recipe we take similar elements and use ground turkey prepared in a faster, yet delicious method!
From scratch biscuit sandwich great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Full of whole wheat goodness.
What happens if you remove bread from PB&J? Something amazing like the apple (low sugar crispy fruit ring) sandwiches with your kids' favorite nut butter.
Share this recipe variation on the New Orleans Italian Muffaleta with friends and family along the parade routes or at home.
Here is a veggie take on the classic roast beef po boy with debris gravy. Try it with your favorite locally baked bread.
Feta cheese is traditionally made with sheep's milk, which is easier for your body to digest. It's also lower in fat than most melted cheeses. And forget about potato chips or fries, eat this sandwich with lots of carrots and enjoy the savory flavors and less calories!
These wraps are simple, fresh, and under 15 minutes to prepare. You will never want to use a tortilla to make a sandwich wrap again after trying this recipe.
A vegetarian paté that is great as a light snack or spread for salad wraps and sandwiches. Only takes 10 minutes to make.
On a hot day this pita sandwich is refreshing and filling.
A classic Creole dish with a salad becomes a satisfying, quick, and fancy meal.
Low in calories and high in fiber this veggie wrap is a snap to make. Not to mention full of all local Louisiana sourced veggies!
A Thai twist on turkey that will make your mouth sing and under 350 calories per serving. Recipe courtesy of National Turkey Federation
This wrap is a quick meal for children and adults. Recipe adapted from the U.S. Apple Council.
A fun way to encourage children to eat dinner. Courtesy of Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board
Alligator is typically a very lean meat, making it low in cholesterol within certain recipes, especially when grilled and not batter-fried.
Every child is a superstar! Making sandwiches in different shapes is one way to get children excited about eating food at home. Recipe courtesy of National Honey Board.
Don’t waste your money on fast food at lunch. Make this quick wrap instead and you will see that healthy eating does not have to be bland or boring!
Beans..lettuce..tomato.... Lean, full of fiber and iron, and an energy-booster of a meal.
Relish and ripe tomatoes are tossed with ham for a new twist on an old friend, the ham sandwich.