I make these whenever we have a boat day with friends. They're more than just a ham and cheese and in my opinion, anything with Hawaiian rolls are delicious. Another perk to these sandwiches is that they're easy to make and put back into the cardboard and Hawaiian roll bag and throw into the cooler! Here's what you'll need:
-Thin Sliced Smoked Ham
-Thin Sliced Pastrami
-Thin Sliced Roast Beef
-Sliced Swiss Cheese
-Sliced Colby Jack Cheese
I like to layer mayo, cheese, then a layer of each meat, another layer of cheese, and then mayo on the top bun as well. Wait until you have the layers assembled and then set the whole loaf on the cardboard from the Hawaiian roll package and then cut each sandwich apart. Throw back into the bag and it's ready for the cooler.
Seasoned Oyster Crackers
This is something my MIL introduced me to and it's so addicting! Here's what you'll need:
-2 Bags of Oyster Crackers
-1 Cup Oil
-1/2 Tsp Onion Powder
-1/2 Tsp Dill Weed
-1/2 Tsp Lemon Pepper
-1/4 Tsp Garlic Powder
-1 Package Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix
Sprinkle all the dry ingredients over crackers, pour in oil and shake well. Quick & easy with endless combos. Try adding parmesan, Gold Fish, or Cheez Its!
Perfect to make ahead and at least a liiiiitle bit healthy. Here's what you need:
-Sugar Cookie Dough (Can be homemade if you'd like but I always buy the ready to bake stuff from the refrigerator section)
-Fruits of Choice
Bake the sugar cookies in a pan according to the directions on the package. While that's baking, pop the marshmallow fluff in the microwave for a few seconds for easier mixing (Keep a close eye on it as it expands FAST) and combine with the softened cream cheese. I use the whole package of each of those! Then, cube up any fruit you'd like. Good options are strawberries, blueberries, bananas, kiwi, apples, and mango. Any fruit will suffice! Spread the cream cheese mixture on the cooled sheet of cookies, sprinkle the fruit on top, cut into slices, and you're good to go.
Mexican Street Corn Dip
Special K Bars with a Twist
Melt corn syrup, sugar, vanilla, salt, and peanut butter together and stir until a smooth pb color. Add cornflakes and stir until evenly coated. Add to a 9" x 13" baking sheet to cool. Melt semi sweet chocolate chips with a tiny but of butter or oil in 30 second intervals to ensure no burnt chocolate. Top your pb mixture coated corn flakes with chocolate and refrigerate a few hours to set.
For the last suggestion, i''ll be honest..... I love my veggies. A good ol' platter of veggies (cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, snap peas, broc, cauli, radish, you name it). They're especially good when you enjoy them with a special ranch! My favorite veggie dip recipe is SUPER easy. Literally two ingredients.