Bread fillings

@2timothy (794)
Philippines
October 9, 2008 10:09am CST
I had bread with chocolate, peanut butter, or combination of both for days, I need something new for a change. I had fruit jam before but variety seems to be limited to orange (marmalade), grape, pineapple, soursop, mango, and sometimes coconut, strawberry, blueberry, and purple yam. Beside having butter or margarine, which I avoid for health reasons, what other bread fillings do you regularly put on your bread or may suggest otherwise?
1 response
• Philippines
9 Oct 08
If you have a sandwich maker, it's great for making cheese sandwiches. My kids love it whenever we would put a slice of cheese between two slices of bread then heat them. The cheese come out melted and very delicious. We also mix chopped hard boiled eggs or drained tuna flakes to mayonnaise once in a while when we have cravings for creamy (but not sweet) fillings. May I ask why you consider butter or margarine as unhealthy?
@2timothy (794)
• Philippines
11 Oct 08
The main reason is saturated "bad cholesterol" fats, which by the way include cheese, mayo, and eggs. Tuna with omega3 is good but quite expensive. I do agree that sandwiches prepared by a sandwich maker makes sandwiches makes them look more appetizing, smell better, and taste more delicious, even without any filling. :)