Planting season is upon us and the wheels are turning like crazy. Late nights and early mornings are leaving all of us a little groggy, but I can hardly wait to see God's work play out as seeds begin to sprout. One struggle for us whether it be planting or harvest time is meals. What do I make? Do I need to bring supper to the field? How will it reheat for leftovers? Will our almost one year old be able to eat it? Is it easy? Can I prep it ahead of time? The list really goes on. If my husband had a choice he would prefer if we ate this meal once a week at a minimum. The meal is CROCKPOT SAMMIES. That's it, nothing fancy. Minimal ingredients, easy to prepare and cook and oh so TASTY!
This is such a go to as we often have sandwich meats on hand, and I am known for having an extra loaf of bread in the freezer, for emergencies or for these ;) Even better you can swap out the types of meat and cheese to fit your family's taste buds!
I'm Lisa, a farm wife, mom and old lady at heart (or my husband tells me so). Agriculture, quilting, and baking were my first loves and now I get to enjoy them with my family!