I love sandwiches. For a girl whose favorite meal of the day is breakfast, sometimes it's hard to find something perfect to whip up in a cinch for lunch.
But a good sandwich, we all know, can make or break any mid-day meal.
There is nothing wrong with the classic combinations such as turkey and cheese, ham and cheese etc etc, but sometimes truth be told these standbys start to feel a little, well....
It's nothing personal turkey cheese and mustard sandwich, you were my favorite growing up and I still enjoy you now, it's just sometimes I crave a little more.
Enter this spread!
This spread re-lit the flames of the love affair between me and sandwiches. It's the perfect solution if the same old same old is just getting a little boring after awhile.
It's really great on crackers too (shown above) and you'll find yourself looking for excuses and items to put it on. If you're trying to save money by packing a lunch instead of buying it every day, I definitely say give this a try.
Your sandwiches and crackers will thank you. ;)
Servings: 1 Jar/Bowl
1 1/2 avocados roughly chopped
2 Tbsp heavy cream
3/4 Tbsp lemon juice
1 tsp stone ground mustard (or any mustard you have on hand)
1/4 tsp paprika
1/2 tsp garlic powder
salt to taste (I needed 3-4 dashes to get the flavor I wanted)
Combine all ingredients except salt in the bowl of a food processor and combine until smooth. Add salt dash by dash, processing for 2 seconds and tasting between each dash until preferred taste is obtained. Pour into jar or bowl and refrigerate until ready to eat.
Recipe adapted from: Apron of Grace