Healthy Vegan Sandwiches Recipes

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Plant-based sandwiches (other than cheese or spreads) without meat are more easily held together with round bread called “sandwich thins,” or “thin buns,” which are very popular whole wheat bread available in most grocery stores. They can also be eaten with pocket bread, whole wheat burger buns, or other easy-to-hold bread. Toothpicks can help keep the best sandwiches together, particularly if you like to slice them in half.


Healthy Vegan Sandwiches Recipes

Healthy Vegan Sandwiches Recipes

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Broccoli & Egg Vegan Sandwich (Spinach If Preferred)

Preheat oven to 300 degrees.

  • Place a broccoli crown into a small saucepan with an inch of water. Cover. When you hear the water come to a boil, remove it from the heat and keep covered until you can smell the broccoli.
  • When cool, cut broccoli into extremely fine parts – when you reach the tops, this becomes very easy.
  • Oil a rectangular casserole dish on all sides, preferably with olive oil.
  • Stir you vegan eggs replacer until well mixed and slightly fluffy. Stir in broccoli.
  • Mix well and pour into the casserole dish.
  • Bake at 300 degrees for approximately 1/2 hour, or until a knife can be inserted and come out clean.
  • Let cool and cut into six squares. Squares will be about 1/3 inch thick and a little larger than the sandwich size. When chilled, they will be very firm.

Store squares in plasticware with wax paper in between or in small separate sandwich bags. When you make your vegan egg & ultimate veggie sandwich, garnish with fresh vegetables of your choice, lettuce, tomato, red pepper, onion, portobello mushrooms, vegan mayo, vegan cheese, dijon mustard, or anything you like. You can have the vegan version of the egg sandwich each day for a week, or freeze them in a plastic container to use once or twice a week.

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A Potato Vegan Sandwich Is The Real Thing

Potatoes get a bad rap because of the heavy garnishes that normally cover them, such as cream, butter, cheese, or gravy. Plain potatoes are full of potassium and do not need salt or garnishes to taste good. A medium-sized plain baked potato is about 160 calories.

  • Bake potato, or potatoes (45 min @ 400 degrees.)
  • Let cool and refrigerate.
  • When you want a potato sandwich, take the potato and cut a thick slice where the diameter is greatest.
  • Heat potato slice and garnish with a little bit of red onion, red pepper, lettuce, herbs, and mustard, or drip a little olive oil or dressing on the potato.

A potato sandwich is comforting food at its healthiest and makes the best vegan sandwich. Potatoes for sandwiches taste best at room temperature. Portions of the potato that are not used can be used later as filling snacks, warm or cold.




Tomato Vegan Sandwich

Tomato sandwiches are no surprise – Lettuce and tomato vegan sandwiches are already popular, and sandwiches garnished with tomatoes are commonplace. But try purchasing a huge slicing tomato and make it the star of the show.

  • When you are ready to make your lunch, slice a thick piece of the largest part of the tomato. Use the smaller parts of the tomato for salad.
  • Place in a small plastic sandwich bag.
  • Place your multigrain bread in a small sandwich bag; if you want mustard or another spread, spread it on the bread ahead of time.
  • Lettuce on top is a fairly mandatory garnish, because, as you eat the sandwich, the slices of bread will become saturated with tomato juice. Thin, dark-leaf lettuce on the top and bottom is excellent. Put lettuce and other garnishes in a third bag – fresh veggies, a slice of vegan cheese, etc.
  • Put all of the sandwich bags in a round plastic bowl.
  • When it’s lunchtime, put your tomato sandwich together, armed with toothpicks for when the succulent tomato juice saturates the bread – and enjoy.


Healthy Vegan Sandwiches Recipes

Cucumber Classic Sandwiches With A Vegan Spin

Crisp cucumber sandwiches with a vegan twist are very common and usually are made of several thin slices of cucumber. For a real treat and the perfect sandwich, use garden cucumbers, picked fresh, or bought at a roadside farm stand. Like the potato and tomato, a very thick slice cut from the largest part of the cucumber makes a fabulous, juicy and hearty sandwich that won’t fall apart.


Giant Dark Green Vegan Breakfast Sandwich For The Whole Family

Who says one leaf is the limit for greens in a sandwich?

  • Purchase dark leaf or green leaf lettuce – iceberg lettuce is too bulky and brittle for this recipe
  • Separate the largest, flattest leaves and save the stems and inner leaves for salad.
  • Put a pile of leaves in a small plastic bag, along with any accompaniments, such as cucumber, cheese, or juicy tomatoes slices.
  • Place bread in a separate plastic bag, already spread with mustard, mayo, or other garnish.
  • When it’s lunchtime, pile those lettuce leaves on the bread. Have a huge lettuce salad! Dark leaf/green leaf lettuce leaves are thin enough to pile on four or five and do not fall apart – no toothpicks are needed here! You will be surprised at how juicy lettuce is.


Be Creative With your next level Vegan Recipes

There are numerous recipes for vegan lunches and sandwiches, especially with crisp veggies, vegan bacon, cashew cheese and tofu, available on the Internet. Start with simple ones – like the ones above – and you can work your way to gourmet vegan sandwich delights.


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