Make Frozen Sandwiches for Lunches

To save time in the mornings, make sandwiches and freeze them on the weekend. The sandwich turns out best if you start with frozen bread. Make the sandwich on the frozen bread, then pop it back into the freezer again. It's a good idea to label the outside of the containers, so you don't have to guess. Make a variety! I've frozen PB & J (make sure you spread the peanut butter on both sides of the bread before applying Jelly, or the jelly will make it soggy), Tuna with Miracle Whip, turkey, ham, bologna, cheeses, with either Miracle Whip, mustard, ketchup, salad dressing, or jelly. Usually by lunch time it's ready to go. This has helped my busy mornings! Try it for yourself.


By Robin G.

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January 9, 20050 found this helpful

Thank you Robin, this is an excellent idea! Thanks for posting and for the ideas as what to fix :-)


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