This one is sliced turkey, american cheese, thin carrots, thin celery, and ranch. He also got a Nutri-grain bar, Cara-Cara orange, and grapes.
If you're in the mood for kaiser rolls and have some time to let dough rise- consider this super easy but amazing recipe! The rolls come out perfect, last a couple days, and the dough even freezes/thaws well.
Crockpot BBQ chicken with Colby cheese roll-up. Also veggies and ranch, plain Greek yogurt with fresh berries and granola, and an apple.
Sliced turkey, cheddar, romaine, and Ceasar dressing roll-up. For morning snack he got an apple butter on a toasted English muffin. Lunch was finished off with Greek yogurt with berries and granola, and veggies with ranch.
Turkey, cheddar, lettuce sandwich with berries and granola Greek yogurt, a granola bar, and homemade cookie.
Back in the day, Husband loved Pizza Rolls. He's lost his love for them but I found a way to make something similar that he prefers. I unroll a pack of crescent rolls, top with pepperoni (sliced turkey for E), and a half stick of string cheese. They get rolled up around the filling.Then top with a little garlic powder and Italian seasoning and bake according to the package.
And if you like homemade pizza- give this dough a try! Like the name claims, it really is fail-proof! I'll make the dough, use ⅔ of it to make a thin crust pizza and the other ⅓ to make cinnamon sticks.
Preheat oven to 475*F and put a cookie sheet on the lowest rack. You want the cookie sheet extremely hot when you put the pizza on it. That's how you get a crispy crust. Once the dough rises and doubles, pull off about ⅔ and roll on a lightly floured piece of parchment paper. This will allow you to transfer the dough to the pan easily. Once rolled out, prick the dough every inch or so with a fork. This keeps the giant air bubbles to a minimum.
(This is not my photo- I borrowed it from google since I didn't take a picture of this step.)
Lift the edges of the parchment and carefully set the dough covered paper onto the hot cookie sheet. Bake for 4-5 minutes until the dough looks dry. Pull the pan out of the oven, set it somewhere that can handle the heat (like a stovetop), and top as desired but be quick. Put it back into the oven and let it bake until the cheese is lightly browned and bubbling.