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Low Fat Sandwiches

Looking for low fat sandwiches? Find low fat sandwiches and low fat burgers including low fat chicken sandwiches and low fat turkey burgers.

Colorful Beef Wraps

Colorful Beef Wraps

Colorful Beef Wraps

I stir-fry a combination of sirloin steak, onions and peppers for these hearty wraps. Spreading a little fat-free ranch salad dressing inside the tortillas really jazzes up the taste. —Robyn Cavallaro of Easton, Pennsylvania

Roast Beef Wrapsody in Blue

Roast Beef Wrapsody in Blue

Roast Beef Wrapsody in Blue

“While assembling lunch one day, I realized we were out of bread, so I used flour tortillas instead,” recalls Sherry Little of Sherwood, Arkansas. “I added crispy veggies, our two favorite types of dressing and roast beef, and the results were wonderful!”

Seafood Salad Pitas

Seafood Salad Pitas

Seafood Salad Pitas

“You can make this lovely and interesting sandwich as a great, light lunch. It's so tasty and colorful,” suggests Linda Evancoe-Coble of Leola, Pennsylvania. “Or pair it with a hearty soup for a change-of-pace supper.”
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Grilled Bean Burgers

Grilled Bean Burgers

Grilled Bean Burgers

For a surefire meatless mainstay, Marguerite Shaeffer swears by these moist and delicious salsa-topped burgers. “I first sampled them at an ‘Eating Right‘ session at our local library,“ she writes from Sewell, New Jersey. “And they can hold their own against any veggie burger you‘d buy at the supermarket. They’re wonderful!" TASTY TIP Our recipes often give a range on certain herbs and spices to accommodate different tastes. If you like the heat of chili powder, use 2 teaspoons in your Grilled Bean Burgers; for a milder version, use 1 teaspoon.

Cheesy Black Bean Quesadillas

Cheesy Black Bean Quesadillas

Cheesy Black Bean Quesadillas

“These savory bean and vegetable quesadillas are great for those who love Mexican flavors but can’t handle too much heat,” Cherylyn Radford explains from Fox Creek, Alberta. “I like to serve slices with salsa and fat-free sour cream.”

Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

The meat won’t be missed in my version of sloppy joes. It tastes like the classic recipe, but is lower in fat and a great option for vegetarians. —Linda Winter, Oak Harbor, Washington

Tuna Artichoke Melts

Tuna Artichoke Melts

Tuna Artichoke Melts

After sampling a similar open-faced sandwich at a restaurant, I created a lovely lemon-seasoned tuna salad with artichoke hearts. Serve it on the patio for lunch with a friend.—Evelyn Basinger, Linville, Virginia

Tuna Melts

Tuna Melts

Tuna Melts

While the soup simmers, assemble tasty Mozzarella Tuna Melts. Using a mini food processor to chop the celery and onion for the filling helps shave preparation time. Then just pop the sandwiches in the oven.

California Chicken Wraps

California Chicken Wraps

California Chicken Wraps

The combination of hummus and feta give these wraps unbeatable flavor. Hummus is a fantastic alternative to mayonnaise; try it on your favorite sandwich today! Donna Munch - El Paso, Texas

Hawaiian Ham Salad Pockets

Hawaiian Ham Salad Pockets

Hawaiian Ham Salad Pockets

Looking for a great way to use up leftover ham? Try these simple, low-fat sandwiches. “Pineapple and mustard are traditional flavors with baked ham, and they work well in these sandwiches,” says Mitzi Sentiff of Annapolis, Maryland

Plum Chicken Wraps

Plum Chicken Wraps

Plum Chicken Wraps

Dinner’s a wrap with this easy, nutritious recipe loaded with the fruity flavors of pineapple and plum. It makes a sweet-and-sour chicken handheld that’s hard to beat. —Jennifer Michalicek, Phoenix, Arizona
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