While a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a great go-to snack or lunch, the rise of peanut allergies has prevented this beloved treat from being enjoyed in school or at home. Finding alternatives can be tricky, and nut butter alternatives just aren’t the same! For ideas of yummy sandwiches (especially for hungry tummies after school) here are some peanut free ideas perfect for little hands!
Slow Cooker Honey Mustard Shredded Chicken Sandwich
Made with minimal ingredients,Nicole from Wonky Wonderful has created a delicious one pot sandwich recipe that can be whipped up without a cinch! Make this slow cooker chicken ahead of time and have delicious sandwiches all week!
Tuna Pita Pockets
Janette from Culinary Ginger shares delicious recipes free of processed ingredients. Her tuna pita pockets are wholesome, filling, and yummy! She even sneaks a bit of fruit in with some sliced red grapes.
Vegetable Tortilla Roll Ups
Instead of making veggie pizzas, Meggan from Culinary Hill makes these veggie tortilla roll ups! An easier and less time consuming version of pizza, these roll ups are packed with veggies and cheese. You can easily customize based on your or your picky eaters favorite cheeses and vegetables!
Pesto Tortilla Pinwheels
For a small bite packed with protein, try these pesto tortilla pinwheels from Brandie of Home Cooking Memories. Choose to fill these wheels with thinly sliced turkey or ham and enjoy that delicious bite from nutty and cheese filled pesto! Eating green never tasted so good!
Egg Salad Florentine Sandwiches
Your beloved egg salad just got kicked up a few notches with this fantastic recipe from Kids Cook Monday. With some spinach, mayonnaise, dijon mustard, and parmesan cheese, every bite of your egg salad will make you dance. Try this recipe out for your next afternoon craving!