Sandwich Art: Reindeer

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nature’s Harvest® and Sverve. All opinions are my own.

Sandwich Art Reindeer

The back-to-school season is in full swing and this is the time to get creative with back-to-school lunch, dinner, and snack ideas. Fall is around the corner and before we know it, Christmas will be here! With the holidays approaching and the back-to-school season here, I thought it would be fun to create sandwich art with Nature’s Harvest® bread. When I went into the kitchen, I had no idea what I’d create. I just looked for simple ingredients that I already had and started placing items on the bread until I was happy with my creation! After a few different trial and error runs with a few ideas, I finally created a reindeer with my bread and ingredients!

To create a reindeer sandwich, you’ll need the following ingredients:

  • 1 Slice of Nature’s Harvest Honey Wheat Bread
  • Peanut Butter
  • 2 Vanilla Wafer Cookies
  • 2 toasted O’s
  • Honey
  • 2 Chocolate Chips
  • 2 Pretzels
  • 1 Grape

reindeer sandwich
Directions: 

1. Spread an even layer of peanut butter on the slice of bread.

2. Place the vanilla wafers towards the top part of the bread to make part of the eyes.

3. Pour a drop of honey on the lower part of the vanilla wafers and add a toasted O on top of the honey so that it stays in place.

4. Pour another drop of honey onto each toasted O and place a chocolate chip on top.

5. Add two pretzels at the top of the bread for the antlers.

6. Place a grape at the bottom of the bread for the nose.

7. Using a pizza cutter, trim the sides of the bread to shape the reindeer’s face!

reindeer 2

 

Natures Harvest Honey

Nature’s Harvest Honey Wheat bread is on rollback for $1.97 nationwide (an exclusive offer at Walmart) for great savings at Walmart. There’s a variety of Nature’s Harvest breads, every one of them baked with whole grains and at least 8g per serving. All are a good choice, “The easy choice for whole grains.” Moms everywhere are moms everywhere are adding them to diet (Source: NPG Group’s 29th Annual Report on Eating Patterns in America 2014):

  • 57% of American consumers eat whole grains at least every two weeks in their diet (#2 in their list of BFY eating habits after “Reduced/No Fat”);
  • 56% of American consumers are already trying to add whole grains into their diet (#1, Fiber and Protein #’s 2 and 3 following)
  • “According to a recent nationwide survey conducted on behalf of Nature’s Harvest bread, nearly 75 percent of moms have employed creative methods, such as styling food into fun shapes, to get their children to eat more nutritiously.”
  • “In our recent survey of moms with children ages four to 13, we learned nearly half of moms are concerned about their children’s nutrition and that 52 percent consider whole grains one of the most important nutritional considerations when purchasing food at the grocery store”

What sandwich art would you make with Nature’s Harvest bread? 





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