Kids’ Food Literacy Sandwich Contest: “My Healthy Recipe”

September 17th, 2012

 

FINALIST: Kids’ Food Literacy Sandwich Contest

Photo courtesy Pat Soberanis

Name: Ella

Age: 12

Grade: 7th

School: Not given

Entry: My Healthy Recipe

So why is this is a food literacy sandwich? Because it has all fresh ingredients with little meat but mostly veggies that carry all the vitamins you need. From the multi-grain bread to the fresh pesto aioli it is fulfilled with healthy food all good for growth of a kid like me and adults to keep good health. Thank you for reading. My name is Ella, age 12, grade 7.

 

 

 

 

Ingredients:

You start with multi-grain bread, lettuce and both pieces of bread, then on one piece of lettuce put Dijon mustard, then on the other fresh pesto aioli, splat some cucumber on one side with turkey, pepperoncini, Salami, and tomato.

 

 

5 Responses to “Kids’ Food Literacy Sandwich Contest: “My Healthy Recipe””

  1. Sue Cosner says:

    Hi Ella. I can’t wait to try this sandwich recipe. It sounds absolutely delicious. My mouth is already watering. Good luck in the contest. You have a real winner!!

  2. Yumm! It sounds delightful and healthy!

  3. Sandy says:

    Way to put a terrific sandwich together, sounds tasty, crisp and fresh!

  4. Marla says:

    Sounds DELICIOUS!!! Keep up the GREAT work Ella!!!!♥

  5. Vicky says:

    Sounds not only healthy but very tasty will have to try it sometime. YUM!!!

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