16 HEALTHY Sub Sandwich Topping Ideas

This post is sponsored by Hillshire Farm.  All opinions are 100% my own.  

16 Healthy Sub Toppings

We love eating sub sandwiches for a healthy, but easy lunch.  Especially now that we’re back to school and our schedule just got a lot busier!  There’s something about having the sandwich on that special bread (and not sandwich bread), that makes it that much tastier.  We like to eat it on a whole wheat sub bun, as well as topped with several vegetables.

But, what can you put on a sub sandwich besides meat and cheese?  Let me tell you, the options are limitless!

Of course, you’ve got your normal sandwich toppings…..

  • lettuce
  • tomatoes
  • onion

But there can be so much more to sub toppings.  What about these?

 

  • spinach
  • shredded carrots
  • sprouts
  • bell peppers (any color)
  • jalapenos
  • pickles
  • cucumbers
  • olives
  • banana peppers
  • avocado
  • guacamole
  • mushrooms
  • Roasted peppers

 

Mmmm, I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.

 

In addition to a healthy sub sandwich topping, you can make other heathy choices, like the kind of bread you choose and the kind of meat you choose.  For me, I try to eat whole wheat bread, and I try to buy all natural lunch meat, like the kind that Hillshire Farm recently came out with.  It’s called Hillshire Farm Naturals™ Lunchmeat.

 

Tell Me More About Hillshire Farm Naturals™ Lunchmeat….

Hillshire Farm Naturals

  • There are no preservatives in them!
  • They are packaged so that they will remain fresh.  (in double-sealed, re-sealable tubs that lock in freshness and great taste)
  • Hillshire Farm Naturals new premium line of lunchmeat contains no artificial ingredients, preservatives or colors and no added nitrites/nitrates except those occurring naturally in celery juice.
  • The taste is amazing.  I mean, really amazing!  I feel like the meat I was eating was top of the line!
  • There are four different kinds:  Slow Roasted Turkey Breast, Hardwood Smoked Turkey Breast, Honey Roasted Ham, and Black Forest Ham.
  • Suggested Retail Price of $4.48 per package.  (I found mine at Walmart for $3.98.)
  • You can find the new line of deli meats in the packaged line of deli meat in grocery stores nationwide.

 

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This sub is in need of some toppings.  What would you put on yours to make it taste extra special?

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Freezer to Slow Cooker, Week 5 Printable Menu is Now Available!

Crockpot Freezer Meals are hot, hot, hot!  If I had to guess, you got signed up for my email list because of them.  Am I right?  There are 17,000 email subscribers here on Sidetracked Sarah and I’m so happy that these meals have been helping you to save time in the kitchen.

Because you asked me to, I have been converting my menus into printable menus that you can purchase.  It’s taking me FOREVER, but they’re getting done slowly but surely.  Today, I’m releasing Week 5 of the printable menus!   If you love the Crockpot Freezer Meals but want an easier way to print them, this is your chance.  For just $2.99, you can have that week’s menu in a PDF file.  That way you can have it printed out on your counter while you’re cooking and not leaning over a tablet, phone or computer!

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Many others have said what an amazing difference these meal plans have made in their lives!  Just the fact that you can prepare all your dinners for the week in an hour or two is amazing!  You’ll save so much time, the $3 you’ll spend is more than worth it!  Many people have shared how much their grocery bill goes down, too.  In fact, on Saturday, I was able to pull together a whole month of meals (that’s 24!) for $250 from Walmart, using no coupons and only 3 hours of assembly time.  I’ll be sharing that with you soon, too.

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Breakfast Stations: The Easy Way for Your Kids to Get Breakfast

DIY Breakfast station...making life easy for mom and healthy for the kids. 60+ days of self-serve br

Getting breakfast on the table can be such a challenge!  My friend Kim from Not Consumed has created a great way to help you get your kids fed in the morning.  The easy way!  You know me, I’m all about doing things as easily as possible!

She creates packs of food, either in the fridge or in the cabinet, that are single serving that her kids can grab for themselves.  This is perfect for kids who are going to school or even those of us who keep our kids at home.  It’s just another way to help us in our jobs as busy moms!

Kim has included all of her recipes and printable kid friendly instructions in one easy to download pack and today they’re on sale!  The instructions walk the kids through how to prepare that food.  The price on the combo pack (breakfast stations 1 and breakfast stations 2) is going up every hour today, so be sure to go and grab your set as soon as you can, to get the lowest price.  If you miss the sale, don’t worry, it’ll still be worth it!  Just click here to read even more about it.