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My Little Pony Inspired Sandwich Art for the Nature’s Harvest Sandwich Art Contest & Visa Gift Card #Giveaway

My-Little-Pony-Sandwich-Art-featureMy oldest is starting school next week and will be going full time which means she'll be eating her lunches at school. For me, that is going to take getting creative with her lunches to make her meals so fun that she enjoys eating them. She LOVES peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and asks for one daily but since that is not allowed in school this mama is going to have to get creative with her lunches.

I was inspired by Nature’s Harvest® bread to make a fun back to school sandwich art for my child as a healthy fun way to celebrate school starting. Her most favorite thing in the world right now is My Little Pony so I set out to make My Little Pony inspired sandwich art. 

So, armed with Nature's Harvest Whole Grain White bread and the following supplies I made a Applejack from My Little Pony inspired sandwich to put a smile on her face and help encourage her to eat a healthy lunch.

Nature's Harvest Bread

Nature's Harvest Bread is delicious and you'll be happy to know it is a great healthy way to include whole grains in your meal.

o At least 8 grams of whole grains in every serving.

o No artificial flavors, colors or high-fructose corn syrup

o ALL Nature’s Harvest varieties carry the whole grain stamp.

o Whether Made with Whole Grain White, Honey Wheat-or any other variety, moms be sure it’s made with whole grains because it says Nature’s Harvest.

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My Little Pony Applejack Inspired Sandwich Art

my-little-pony-sandwich-artIngredients

  • Nature's Harvest Whole Grain White bread
  • Slice of Swiss Cheese
  • 2 Slices of American Cheese
  • 1 Red Apple
  • 1 Green Apple

Steps

  • Cut a roundish shape piece of bread for the face
  • Cut out a triangular shape piece of bread for the ear and slice a small piece of crust for the inner ear shadow
  • Using the heel of the loaf of bread cut out Applejack's cowboy hat in two pieces. One for the brim and one for the top of the hat.
  • The hair is made using American cheese. I looked at a picture of Applejack and cut out 3 separate pieces. One for her bangs, one for the ponytail and one for the bottom of the pony tail.
  • For the eyes, cut out 2 oval shapes of swiss cheese and repeat with the green apple slices and layer those on top of the swiss cheese.
  • Next, layer a small circle of swiss cheese over top of the green apple circles for her eye balls.
  • Her hair tie is made from a red apple slice.
  • If you want, you can also make her cutie mark like I did using 3 small circle shaped slices of red apple and small green apple slices for the apple leaves.

Nature’s Harvest® Sandwich Art Photo Contest

From August 24th to September 6th parents can visit the Nature's Harvest Facebook Page to submit a photo of their sandwich art creations, using Nature’s Harvest® bread, for the chance to win fun prizes!  One grand prize winner will receive a “kitchen crash” from Celebrity Chef Kelsey Nixon, where she’ll cook sandwich-centric meals and provide tips to the winner’s family!

Nature’s Harvest® Bread would love to offer you the opportunity to turn your child’s lunch into a creative masterpiece that will not only look adorable and taste great, but will also help provide your family the whole grains they need. Each variety of Nature’s Harvest® Bread is baked with at least 8 grams of whole grains per serving which will put them well on their way to consuming 32-40 grams per day which is recommended by U.S. Dietary Guidelines.

$25 Visa Gift Card and $5 Nature's Harvest Bread Coupon Giveaway

 

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40 thoughts on “My Little Pony Inspired Sandwich Art for the Nature’s Harvest Sandwich Art Contest & Visa Gift Card #Giveaway”

  1. Cathy French says:

    I try to eat healthier whole grain breads for toast mainly. I don’t know why but they taste better toasted rather than soft

  2. Michelle C says:

    I like having oatmeal and whole grain breads.

  3. Connie Lee says:

    I fit more whole grains in my diet by eating whole grain cereal, bread, and pasta.

  4. David Fultner says:

    I vegan friends so it is easy.

  5. Dana Rodriguez says:

    We eat whole grain breads and pasta!

  6. Pamela Gurganus says:

    I fit more whole grains in my diet by buying whole grain breads, pastas, cereals, flour, snacks, tortillas and rice.

  7. James Robert says:

    My kids all like granola bars so we make sure to get them and whole grain bread

  8. Cindy Merrill says:

    Einkorn flour has a lower glycemic index rating then other wheat flours- I use it often. Another favorite is barley, which is also a good grain for diabetics; can be used in any recipe that calls for rice.

  9. Birdiebee says:

    I eat whole grains daily by alternating pasta, breads and cereals.

  10. latanya says:

    I try to use whole grain pasta

  11. Sarah Hayes says:

    I love getting my whole grains at meals and snacks. My favorite is putting avocado on toast.

  12. jeannine d says:

    I make sure I use whole grain breads. I like to make salami sandwiches with provolone cheese

  13. Sandra Watts says:

    I love Nature’s Harvest. I try to fit whole grains in by eating whole grain bread, cereals and fiber.

  14. thalia h says:

    i fit more grains into my diet through breads like this and having a bowl of oatmeal every other day as well. i like that this bread makes it easier for more grains to be consumed and that it is tasty and that my 3 yr old loves it and will actually eat it all on her own. i have never made any sandwich art, ive wanted to but my ‘skills’ are non existent. i may give in and try it one of these days though just to see how it goes and what reaction i get from it.

  15. laurie murley says:

    i’m not a sandwich artist, but we love eating bread with whole grains in our family

  16. amanda sakovitz says:

    I use whole grain bread to make sandwiches.

  17. Robin W says:

    I try to purchase whole grain cereals and pastas as well as bread.

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