Meal planning or creating a weekly menu helps you save time and money — and brain power!! Busy moms need systems that don’t involve a lot of brain power. And planning your menu each week is so easy when you use themed dinner ideas.
Today I’m sharing some great ideas for your next Sandwich Saturday themed dinner. I hope you love this collection of Sandwich Saturday dinner ideas!
This list of simple sandwich dinner ideas will help you save money at the grocery store and plan this week’s meals ahead of time!
I love themed dinner ideas because they help me come up with ideas without thinking too hard and long about it. For instance, when planning your meals for the week, your thought process might look like this:
This Saturday our themed dinner menu will be Sandwich Saturday. What can I make that fits this dinner theme?
This Mediterranean chickpea naan wrap recipe is loaded up with spiced chickpeas, hummus, and a rainbow of crunchy, fresh vegetables. These vegan wraps are great for lunch, dinner, meal prep, and picnics!
Tender slices of beef on a hoagie roll, topped with gooey melted provolone cheese. Then dunked into a flavorful au jus, which is made at the same time as the roast. Pressure cooker French Dip sandwiches are so delicious!
Paneer wraps with an easy paneer filling, crunchy veggies and a delicious mango chutney to top it all! A healthy, vegetarian paneer recipe you can serve as brunch, lunch or light dinner. Ideal for lunch box, too.
Chicken Salad Wraps are sure to become your new favorite way to eat homemade chicken salad. It’s an easy way to enjoy finger food that’s fit for a king! The wraps are filled with plump, tender shredded chicken breast, crunchy Granny Smith apples, pecans, celery, and a delightful sauce.
These Easy Collard Wraps with chicken salad are a simple substitution for tortillas and sandwiches that are Paleo, Low Carb, and Gluten Free. Once they’re blanched they’re perfect for rolling, plus they’ve got a delicious flavor and great texture.
Tender chicken breast cutlets marinated with pineapple, soy, and brown sugar are grilled to the perfect temperature. Served on a bun with a little mayo, cheese, and grilled pineapple make a tropical inspired sandwich that everyone will love.
This Turkey Bacon Ranch Wrap will take you 5 minutes to throw together. Make it with leftover turkey or deli meat. Either way, this tortilla wrap recipe makes a great lunch box meal for kids and adults alike!
These incredible wraps are filled with fresh spinach, grilled chicken, strawberries, bacon, and Parmesan cheese! Easy to make and completely delicious. (You could sub vegetarian tempeh "bacon" or turkey bacon for a healthier option.)
Need a quick & easy dinner or lunch? Fix these chicken wraps in just 15 minutes using simple ingredients like shredded chicken, hummus, chopped fresh veggies, a homemade red wine vinaigrette, and crumbled cheese all piled onto a piece of soft & chewy naan bread (Indian flatbread).
Air Fryer Tofu is delightfully crunchy on the outside and light on the inside. Learn how easy it is to make a delicious protein-packed Air Fryer Asian Tofu Wrap that's perfect for quick and healthy lunches, midweek dinners, and packing into lunch boxes.
Crunchy dill pickle tuna salad is a quick and easy no cook lunch that comes together in a few minutes with a handful of pantry items. This version has an ultra crunch factor from celery and dill pickles.
This tuna avocado salad wrap recipe is a snap to make, and it’s so yummy and healthy! Healthy tuna salad without mayo – what a great find!
Sandwich Saturday side dish ideas:
The whole idea of Sandwich Saturday is to make this meal as simple as possible. Arrange all of your fixing for sandwich making and serve one or two simple side dishes to round out the meal. Here are a few ideas:
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