Nutty apple sarnies

Nutty apple sarnies

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Prep: 10 mins


Serves 1
Don't reach for the crisps - this healthy fibre- and protein-rich snack will see you through to dinner time

Nutrition and extra info

  • Vegetarian


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  • 1 small wholegrain roll or slice of bread
  • sliced apple



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  • watercress



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  1. Spread a little crunchy peanut butter on a small wholegrain roll or slice of bread. Top with sliced apple and watercress.

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10th Nov, 2012
This is a lovely lunch time idea- I used fresh from a bakery granary roll and wholeearth's sugar free peanut butter (I don't think that peanut butter with or sugar would work as well) I think that grated apple works so much better in this but you will need to give it a light squeeze before adding it to the roll to stop it from making the bread going soggy.
29th Apr, 2010
I love this, now whenever I fancy a peanut butter samwich I stick an apple in there aswell to up the nutritional value!
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