The kids are back in school, which means brownbag lunches are a dime a dozen. But, as many parents know, keeping kids interested in a balanced lunch can be a challenge. So what’s the superfood in school lunches that kids actually want to eat? Turns out, it’s sandwiches. According to a recent study, the average American will have consumed 1,500 PB&Js by the time they graduate high school.
This month, Quiznos has launched the brand-new Ciabatta Toasties, highlighting a unique bread offering only found at a handful of other QSRs. As a fun twist on a classic sub, Ciabatta Toasties are perfect for sandwich lovers of all ages. And for just $3.99, they’re easy on the pocket too!
Each of the three new Ciabatta Toasties is made with flavorful and premium chef-created ingredients:
- Honey Dijon Ham – The Honey Dijon Ham features Quiznos premium ham, Swiss cheese, tomatoes, onions, and lettuce, all topped with spices and honey mustard dressing.
- Pesto Turkey – Featuring Quiznos turkey, the Pesto Turkey is piled high with mozzarella, tomatoes, onions, lettuce, spices, basil pesto and signature red wine vinaigrette.
- Veggie Caprese – The Veggie Caprese packs a double portion of mozzarella, along with fresh tomatoes, onions, lettuce, olives, cucumbers and spices, drizzled with fat-free balsamic vinaigrette.
How do you make your school lunch sandwiches stand out?
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Christian Alejandro says
I like to change it up every week. I would love to try the Pesto Turkey.
Brian E. says
Thanks for the giveaway… the Pesto Turkey looks good ! We put fortune cookies in our kid’s lunchbox with personalized notes !
Nicole Millheim says
I am craving the pesto turkey. I make them stand out by loading them down with veggies and making them taste different
Jill P says
The Pesto Turkey sounds great. I don’t pack lunches but I do make them at home. We try all sorts of things, sandwiches, wraps, toasted, grilled. We are always changing things up!
I make school lunch sandwiches stand out by cutting them into fun shapes. The Veggie Caprese sandwich sounds yummy
Brittney House says
I would like to try the pesto turkey. I like to make my lunches stand out by keeping it new and changing everything around.