Original recipe yields 1 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
This one has all the right moves. For more calories and the "good kind" of fat, add sliced avocado or hummus!
Awesome! This was perfect for a quick and healthy lunch! I LOVE tomatoes from the garden and this was a great way to use them up. I lightly toasted my bagel first and added a little kosher salt ...
This is definitely healthy! To keep me going all afternoon it needs a little fat and protein, so I like to cut the veggies roughly, mix in a tablespoon of grated cheddar and add some fat-free sa...
This became part of a "bring your own" taste-test lunch. One person choice was a pita bread, which is, nutritionally, a healthier choice. Ole, either way!
Yumm!!! Used a toasted whole grain bagle. Left out the sprouts, and added mayo and cheddar. Sometime I add a slice of ham. It's great without though too :)
Absolutely delicious and easily customizable. We make these at work by each bringing in different ingredients and forming a bagel buffet line! Thanks.
This is so easy to make, and it tastes so fresh! I don't eat red meat, so this is a nice change from the sandwiches I normally stick to.
Very good and similar to a sandwich I make. I just add a thin layer of sweet and sour on top of the mustard.. SO good!
This is a perfect meal for people on the go. Very healthy and oh so fresh. Great recipe. Thanks!