Make Me a Sandwich, but Not PB&J

Sandwiches are so simple and easy to make that you could probably slap one together in your sleep. They are perfect for every meal and in-between snack. We all know the classics like grilled cheese, BLTs, and PB&J’s but there’s so many combinations that you probably have never thought would go together that actually taste pretty freaking awesome. So the next time your boyfriend says “make me a sandwich” (because he will), try some of these that aren’t the pb&j. Here are just some of our new favorite sandwich combinations that have minimal ingredients but maximum taste.

Chickpea + Avocado

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Move on over hummus, we’re adding avocado. Avocado pretty much makes everything better so even though hummus tastes yummy on it’s own, avocado just makes everything better.

Ricotta + Honey

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Ricotta on bread is surprisingly satisfying. Add some honey for a sweet touch.

 

Apple + Mascarpone

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This is another sweet sandwich option. Easier than baking an apple pie but will still satisfy the craving.

Cucumber + Cream Cheese

Okay, this is kind of a staple for tea parties but we love how yummy these are. Cucumbers add the perfect crunch!

Blackberry + Ricotta

Cheese and fruit. Who would have thought. You could pretty much substitute for any berry you wish.

Salmon + Cream Cheese

For a more savoury option, try this salmon and cream cheese sammich.

Gouda + Apple Butter

Has anyone else tried apple butter? You should probably try it alone before trying it with gouda. Your taste buds might get overwhelmed.

Strawberry + Brie + Chocolate

The ultimate sweet sandwich. You can alternatively substitute the brie for cream cheese if you’re not used to brie. Don’t skip out on the chocolate though (why would you?)

Tomato + Avocado + Hummus

A nice pick-me-up snack that will hold you over until dinner. Skip the hummus to make it even lighter and fresher.

Bacon + Peanut Butter

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Bacon tastes good with anything. If you’re allergic to peanuts, try almond butter instead. Still as sinful without the¬†anaphylactic shock.

Banana + Cinnamon

This one requires a little bit of work because it involves an oven. But trust us, it is delish.

Tell us:

Would you try any of these or are you determined to stick to the classics?

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