Think OUT OF THE BOX for Healthy NO BREAD Lunch Ideas

Since I can’t eat regular old glutinous bread, I like to find different alternatives for eating my sandwiches. Sometimes I do lettuce wraps or use thick slices of cucumber and put everything in between. Here are 10 ideas I’ve found from other smarties who are doing the same thing….



Caprese Asparagus or Portobello w/ Chicken Sandwich from Awesome in SF



  Roast Turkey Lettuce Wraps from Allergic Living


    Grain-Free Tapioca Wraps from Gluten Free on a Shoestring


Sandwich on a Stick  from Ingredients, Inc


  Quinoa and Eggplant Sandwich from SOS Vegetarian Life


  Nori Wrap Sandwiches GlutenFree Gobsmacked 


 Cucumber Sandwich


And Here are more Yummy Lettuce Wrap Ideas .

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    • Janet Rörschåch
    • October 14, 2013

    Adore that portabella sandwich.

    1. I like the sandwiches on a stick 🙂

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