Breadless Bread Choices for Sandwiches and Snacks

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Many people are trying to get always from bread.  Whether it’s because of a special grain-free diet to support their health and heal the gut, to balance blood sugar, or to lose weight.  There are a number of grain-free diets: Specific Carbohydrate, GAPS, Paleo and Primal Diets. This is not difficult to do, especially once you get some ideas rolling.  Dinners at home are pretty easy: there are many variations of roasted dishes, soups/stews, and other hot meals that can be enjoyed with meat or fish and vegetables. But what about a cold lunch or snack on the go?  Hot foods are not always easy or desirable on the road.  And how do you make a sandwich without bread? Here are some of my 10 favorite easy bread-free sandwiches, finger foods and snacks
  1. Cucumber slices
  2. Endive leaves
  3. Kale leaves
  4. Lettuce
  5. Thinly cooked omelet
  6. Hardboiled egg white halves
  7. Avocado halves
  8. Tomato halves
  9. Red bell pepper slices
  10. Celery sticks
Cucumbers and endive leaves can be used like crackers to place food on.  Kale and lettuce can be used as a wrap. The flat omelet can be used like a pizza crust or open-faced sandwich.  Avocado halves can be used like a bowl, and hardboiled eggs as a mini-bowl.  Celery as a cracker to spread nut butter, and bell pepper slices can be used for dipping hummus. Use chicken salad, tuna salad, egg salad to fill an avocado bowl or top to of any of the ideas above.  Considered sliced turkey or other meat and shredded vegetables to wrap in the kale leaves.  Add hummus, olive tapenade, nut butter or other spread with the vegetables sticks for dipping. Eating gluten-free and grain-free is easy and delicious with a few simple ideas!  Hope these help spark some new creative meals!
Julie Matthews is a Certified Nutrition Consultant and Educator, globally respected nutrition expert, published researcher, and accomplished author. Her guidance is backed by over twenty years of clinical experience and scientific research with complex neurological and physiological needs; particularly autism, ADHD, and related disorders. Julie is the award winning author of Nourishing Hope for Autism and also the founder of BioIndividualNutrition.com. Download her free guide, 12 Nutrition Steps to Better Health, Learning, and Behavior.

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