Ham and Swiss Stromboli

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You now can happily say you have a Stromboli recipe that is easy to make and allows for almost any ingredient your heart desires. Healthy snacks can be ones that start out with a recipe that might not be as healthy as you like but with some changing you can easily make a great food that you can have for fun breakfasts. As with all fun food for kids this recipe from Christy can make them the chef and the person who determines what goes in their own unique Stromboli. This Italian food has many other names and another one for it is calzone and then if you like you can also call it a panzerotti. The beautiful thing about the Italian language comes from the fact that there are so many words for one word and with all the different varieties one recipe can sound like three different ones especially if you are considering making this recipe from Christy. Healthy snacks are always relative to what you believe to be healthy. To one person frying foods might be considered healthy but to others they would avoid frying as if it were the plague. Fun breakfasts can start with a recipe like this one. If you are considering making fun food for kids then always try to get them involved in the selection and cooking process. They will feel empowered and the chances of them finishing the meal rise exponentially.

This specific ham and swiss Stromboli recipe is a great way to introduce veggies into the mix since green or red peppers would make a great addition to this recipe. When you are considering the ingredients to this or any similar recipe then feel free to add or change the ingredients to make the diners you are cooking for happy. They might not fancy meats then take the ham out and add tuna. Or you might have a meat eater on your list of diners so allow for them to add more than one meat and if cheese is not your favorite then add another ingredient that you approve of. These kind of recipes make it easy for your creativity to take a front seat and to explore new and different flavor combinations. You might want to add some sauce and you can add pepperoni. Never limit yourself to what you can add or take away since the beauty in recipes lie in their never ending chances to add your own unique ingredients to.

This sandwich type meal recipe goes great when baked but don’t think that you couldn’t fry it since if you do you can achieve a grill cheese kind of effect by simply adding a nob of butter to a non-stick frying pan and lovingly cook it like this allowing for the cheese to melt and everything to blend together. Recipes are inspirations.Thanks to Christy of The Girl Who Ate Everything Blog for this yummy Ham and Stromboli Recipe that will be sure to please you and bon apetit.**

Nutrition Facts for: Ham and Swiss Stromboli From The Girl Who Ate Everything
Ingredients: crusty French loaf, sliced deli ham, green onions, bacon, Swiss cheese.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 383, Calories from Fat 183, Total Fat 20.3g 31%, Saturated Fat 8.5g 43%, Cholesterol 63mg 21%, Sodium 1227mg 51%, Potassium 303mg 9%, Carbohydrates 24.8g 8%, Dietary Fiber 1.4g 6%, Sugars 1.4g, Protein 24.4g, Vitamin A 5%, Vitamin C 3%, Calcium 20%, Iron 12%

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