Turkey Apple Panini: Dust off your panini press and whip up this warm and toasty sammy. Sara Lee White Made with Whole Grain Bread, turkey, Cheddar cheese, sliced Gala Apple, fresh spinach and a Greek yogurt-mustard spread make this sandwich extra good!
Feed a crowd with these easy and tasty, bite-size tacos.
Cranberry & Walnut Rollups
Cranberry & Walnut Rollups: For a guilt-free sweet treat, roll up dried cranberries, walnuts, sugar and honey in Sara Lee Delightful Whole Wheat Bread Made with Honey. A delicious way to get your whole grains!
Ham & Cheese Sushi Rolls: Surprise your kids with this fun school lunch that disguises a ham, Cheddar and pickle sandwich as sushi! Your kids will love the flavor on Sara Lee White Made with Whole Grain Bread.
Southwest A. Sammie: This hearty, open-faced breakfast sandwich tastes extra good on Sara Lee White Made with Whole Grain Bread. You’ll need a fork and knife to get through all the layers of mashed avocado, salsa, cheese fried egg and toast.
Spinach Dip Wreath: Who doesn’t love spinach dip? This easy appetizer whips up in no time, and will disappear just as fast! Buy pre-made dip, or make your own, and serve with Sara Lee Bread toast points.
These Christmas Darling Cupcakes are totally adorable and easy to make. These darling are perfect Christmas dinner treat and and best wintertime snack
Avocado, Turkey & Feta Toast
Avocado, Turkey & Feta Toast: When you’re looking for a light lunch, this open-faced sandwich delivers. Toast Sara Lee Delightful Healthy Multi-Grain Bread and top with smashed avocado, smoked turkey (Avocado Cheese Toast)
Salmon and cucumber make for a refreshing and delicious pairing in Salmon-Cucumber Tea Sandwiches. Make pretty mosaics with these tea sandwiches with our all-purpose cream cheese spread and layering method.
Donât fall into a school lunch rut! Try new sandwich combos like ham and pineapple, chocolate hazelnut spread and raspberries, cucumbers and cream cheese, avocado and mozzarella, or hummus and chopped peppers. Great sandwich inspiration from ZiplocÂ