School lunch season is about to swing into high gear, and here at Cabot we want to help make your life just a little easier – and more delicious. New Cabot Cracker Cuts make sandwich prep simple, fast, and totally scrumptious.Cracker cuts are so much more than just cracker cuts. #MakeThatSandwich #EatThatSandwich Click To Tweet
Whether you are craving a ham and cheese with Cabot Seriously Sharp Cracker Cuts or maybe a turkey club made with Cabot Colby Jack Cracker Cuts, the convenient, resealable package makes creating the perfect sandwich a breeze. The sandwich ideas are almost endless.
There’s no denying that Cabot Cracker Cut Slices help answer the question “what’s for lunch?” but this handy version of The World’s Best Cheddar also makes breakfast sandwiches a tasty – and easy – way to start your day. A toasted English muffin topped with a fried egg, Cabot Pepper Jack Cracker Cuts and a dollop of salsa can help you start your day with just a bit of a south-of-the-border kick! Or top your egg sandwich with Cabot Vermont Sharp Cheddar Cracker Cuts and bacon to create a classic breakfast sandwich.
Let’s not forget the iconic American sandwich, the Grilled Cheese. Cabot Cracker Cut slices make all that gooey toasted cheese a little easier. There are a host of grilled cheese sandwich ideas that start with perfectly cut slices of cheddar. This Pesto and Arugula Grilled Cheese makes for a yummy light supper. Pair it with one of our favorites – Tomato Cheddar Soup and you have a meal to satisfy the hungriest appetites.
Sandwich Pro Tips
Count on quality. Use the freshest, most nutritious ingredients. Fresh bread, ripe produce, lean protein, and of course The World’s Best Cheddar combine to make a great sandwich.
Get creative. A simple sandwich can always fit the bill, but why not break out of your sandwich routine? Try adding unexpected flavors and ingredients for a fresh take on old favorites.
Plan ahead. If you are packing your sandwich, be sure to keep wet ingredients like mayo and tomatoes separate until it’s time to eat. Nothing is quite as disappointing as a soggy sammy.
Lettuce help. Whether iceberg or bibb – lettuce is a tasty and colorful addition to any sandwich. But there are many more greens that add flavor, too. Try spicy arugula or crisp chopped cabbage to add zest and crunch. Baby spinach is not only flavorful; it’s loaded with vitamins and iron, a smart sandwich amendment.
Spread out. Mayo and mustard are reliable sandwich spreads, but a great sandwich might just need a little more zing from a spread. If you can’t live without mayonnaise, try adding a little Sriracha or horseradish for a kick. Jelly and jams aren’t just for your morning toast; they can add a sweet touch to a savory sandwich. You can even add Greek yogurt, pesto, or hummus to take your sandwich to the next level of yum.
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Candace Karu reports on all there is to discover and love about food and farming as well as communicating Cabot’s mission to support community, volunteerism, and sustainability. Whether online, on air, or in person, her job is to amplify the passion and commitment of the 1,000 farm families who own Cabot. When Candace is not representing Cabot, she lives, cooks, and works out in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.