Waffle sandwiches are a great alternative to bread. Crunchy, light waffles make for a good replacement for your regular toasted slices.
Up your protein intake by using fried eggs as the base for a sandwich. Avocados, meat and potatoes go well with eggs.
Don’t get enough fruit in your diet? Try using large slices of fruits like apples and watermelons, instead of bread, in sandwiches for a quick and healthy snack.
Grilled portobello mushrooms provide a great savoury substitute for bread. While this option can get a bit messy, it’s healthy, tasty and goes well with a variety of fillings.
Eggplants and brinjals are sturdy, soft and have half the calories that bread has. Use with cheese and tomatoes to make a tasty wrap.
Lettuce leaves can be used to make sandwiches and wraps instead of bread. Meat, cheese, hummus and fresh vegetables go well with lettuce.
Making crusts or buns with a mixture of cauliflower and cheese, instead of bread or dough, is very popular.
The ramen or noodle burger isn’t the healthiest or prettiest option, but you’ll find that a wide variety of fillings go with this bun (made by cooking instant noodles in a flat, shallow katori and browning them off).