This cleaned-up version of the fast-food favorite is made with lean ground turkey and served in whole-grain English muffins. The best part is they freeze well, so make a batch and store in your freezer for a grab-and-go breakfast. Feel free to add baby spinach or tomato slices to the sandwich – but add it just before or after reheating. Serve with your favorite hot sauce.
Cell Regenerator: Chickpeas are an excellent source of protein, vitamin B6 and folate, which is also known as vitamin B9 or folic acid. Just 1 serving of our falafel sandwich provides almost half of your daily value of folate, a key player in building blocks of DNA and RNA, which are essential for rapidly growing tissues (like those of a developing fetus) and rapidly regenerating cells (like red blood cells and immune cells).
Inspired by the Danish smørrebrød (pronounced smuhr-broht), an open-faced sandwich, we layered creamy shrimp salad over crisp lettuce, roasted beets and whole-grain rye bread. Pickled onions add a sweet and crunchy punch.
Here’s a healthier version of a Cubano sandwich – ham, thinly sliced pork, cheese and pickles piled onto a roll and grilled. It gets its mojo-like flavor thanks to citrus zest in the mayo. Serve a slew at your next party or tailgater. You can prepare the sandwiches in advance, then simply finish them on the grill.