Want to prepare a sandwich but don’t want to spend a lot of time doing it? Find some quick and easy fillings that are high in nutrients and suitable for any time of day.

Avocado sandwich

All you’ll need is slices of bread, sliced avocado, a tiny handful of arugula, dried cranberries, balsamic vinegar, and cheese to make this simple and healthy sandwich. Combine all ingredients, toast the bread (or not) to your liking, and you’re ready to go.

Avocado and Egg

Mash ripe avocado with lemon juice in a mixing dish. Chop the hard-cooked egg and mix it in with the mashed avocado. Mix in the chives and spices thoroughly. Serve with the spread on the bread. A nutritious and protein-rich sandwich filler that’s simple to make.

Tuna Sandwich

Combine canned tuna, mayonnaise, mustard, green onion, red onion, and seasonings of your choice in a mixing bowl. Spread the tuna mixture over the lettuce leaves on the toast. For lunch, make a simple and simple sandwich.

Banana and butter sandwich

Spread any butter you like, whether it’s peanut butter or almond butter. Place banana slices on the bread, and that’s all there is to it! A fantastic sandwich that kids will enjoy.

Banana and butter sandwich

Caprese Sandwich

All you’ll need is mozzarella cheese, sliced tomatoes, a few basil leaves, spice, and olive oil for this. Toast the bread pieces with olive oil before assembling the rest of the elements. If you prefer the cheese melted, toast the bread again, or leave it as is. However, it will not affect the taste.

Dessert Sandwich

Have you ever tried mascarpone with strawberries, blueberries, and strawberry jam? It’s a simple technique to transform a nutritious sandwich into something more akin to dessert—a perfect sandwich for those with a sweet tooth.

Chicken and Yogurt Sandwich

Mix Plain yogurt, celery, and a few olives, along with shredded chicken breast (you can also use leftover chicken). One slice of bread should have spinach leaves on it. On the other piece, spread the chicken mixture and top with the first bread slice. You’re about to have a quick and easy sandwich!

Keep it green sandwich

For a few minutes, massage the curly kale with sesame oil and tamari until it softens. In a bowl, mash the avocado and add lime juice, chickpeas, and spices. Spread the mayonnaise across a rye slice, then top with the kale and paprika. Top with the second slice of rye and cut in half.

Scrambled Egg Sandwich

Make an egg scramble. Place any green leafy vegetable of your choice on a slice of bread. Serve the scrambled egg on top of the green leaves with crumbled feta cheese on top.

Ham and Cheese

Slices of bread, ham, cheese, mayonnaise, mustard, and honey are all you need. Apply the wet ingredients to the bread slices. Top with cheese and ham pieces. Grill the sandwich until the cheese has melted, and you’ve got yourself a classic ham and cheese sandwich.