I love sandwiches of all shapes and sizes: paninis, subs, burgers etc. They taste delicious and are easy to make. My biggest concern is eating sandwiches I didn’t make at home. I wonder; what am I really consuming? How much sodium? How much saturated fat? Any trans fats? (I hope not!).
So, what do I do to still eat yummy sandwiches without the nasty ingredients, you ask? Make them at home! One of my favorite homemade sandwiches to make is a delicious spinach avocado sandwich with egg and turkey. Yummy right?…read on!
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 2 slices of whole wheat bread
- 1 cup baby spinach
- 1 egg (with or without egg yolk)
- 1 slice of Turkey
- 1/4 cup avocado
On toasted bread layer the spinach, turkey, egg and avocado. Feel free to mash some of the avocado to spread on the bread. Oh yes! Don’t forget your pickles! 🙂
This sandwich is only about 300 calories, more than half the calories of sandwiches from fastfood chains like Quiznos, Arby’s, & Burger King which can have 1000+ calories. It contains 18g protein, 13g fat, 12g sugar, and about 500mg of sodium (more than half the sodium compared to fast food chains that have up to 2000mg sodium per sandwich (this amount can easily be reduced by not adding the turkey or egg).
What’s your favorite homemade sandwich? Comment below!
Peace, love and coconuts!