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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Cucumber subs

If you love cucumbers, you will love this. I saw this on a friends page and I had to repost.


Cucumber subs with turkey, green onions and Laughing Cow cheese! Yum!! All the goodness without all that bread!





Cucumber subs:

medium to large cucumbers
turkey, ham, or other deli meat slices or shaved
bacon (optional)
green onions (optional)
tomatoes (optional)
any sandwich fillers (optional)
Laughing Cow cheese or mayo or cream cheese or any other condiment

Cut the cucumber length-wise, from tip to tip. Scoop out the inside of the cucumber to make room for your sandwich fillers. Add meat, veggies, and other sandwich makings to the inside of the cucumber. Place one half of the cucumber on the other half. Enjoy!!



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25 comments:

  1. I tried this with Laughing Cow Swiss, ham and bacon bits. Big hit for 2 adults and 3 children. Thanks.

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  2. This looks so good! Cut it into bite sized pieces to serve as appetizers or as a side to a meal. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. definitely going to try this for sure......I will use bacon bits and green onions but will mix these into the cheese so they do not fall out of the *sandwich* and my choice will be ham

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  4. Taking a road trip tomorrow and need something easy to eat on the road!! This fits the bill!! :D

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  6. bacon flavored cream cheese would probably be pretty good.

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  7. This could be a great gluten-free alternative. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. I am a Type II Diabetic and this would be a perfect meal for me. Thank You for posting!!

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  10. Mmmmm with veggie cream cheese! Sounds so yum!

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  11. You have a great site, without all the annoying ads and stuff you have to go through to get to recipes on facebook. Thank you!

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  12. I tried this recipe loved it made a couple of changes instead of the Laughing Cow Cheese which is a processed cheese I used hard cheese I use monterey jack, Oaxaca, soft mozzarella. It's really good. Who said sandwiches had to be made with bread?

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  13. Great for low carb dieters!

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  14. Love that this recipe, doesn't have extra ads. I tried it with a pickle, it was great. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Mm mm, looks good! I plan to try with turkey and hummus. The hummus will increase the fiber content! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Peel a cucumber, cut it like a canoe, scoop seeds out with a spoon and cut into "dippers"- you can get 12 out of a nice sized one. Kids love these- Just their size to handle and they taste like melons so big kids like us like them too! Thanks for sharing!♡ Penny Irvin

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  17. Peel a cucumber, cut it like a canoe, scoop seeds out with a spoon and cut into "dippers"- you can get 12 out of a nice sized one. Kids love these- Just their size to handle and they taste like melons so big kids like us like them too! Thanks for sharing!♡ Penny Irvin

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  18. Love this! Have been making both sub style versions and smaller ones with all sorts of fillings - pumpkin hummus and ham works a treat!

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  19. Thanks I was given a bunch of cukes and wondered what to do with them different. I will do this today.

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  20. What the nutritional value behind this?

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