Garden Vegetable Sandwich

Chock full of veggies, my Garden Vegetable Sandwich is a colorful lunch (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

Garden Vegetable Sandwich. Spring is the time of year that I’m planting my outdoor herb and vegetable garden. Mostly I grow herbs including several kinds of basil, sage, chives, garlic chives, oregano, and Italian parsley. Cherry tomatoes tend to do better in pots on my deck than do the larger salad and heirloom tomatoes. Two years ago, I started to grow salad greens including spring mix and baby arugula. There’s nothing more tasty than a ripe tomato, fresh and warm off the vine.

Garden Vegetable Whole Grain Pita Sandwich with Tomato, Carrot, Mushroom, Pea Shoots, Radish, Arugula and Mashed Avocado (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

My Garden Vegetable Sandwich is made up of the bevy of my garden…and then some. I still buy onions, scallions, radishes, avocados and carrots from the grocery store or local farmers’ markets. My neighbors will usually offer cucumbers, several kinds of peppers, radishes, zucchini, larger tomatoes, eggplant, dill, and tarragon from their larger farm garden.

Check out those layers of Green Pea Hummus and tons of veggies (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

To make my Garden Vegetable Sandwich, start with some sort of bread, roll or pita pocket as the base of the sandwich. Then spread something creamy on the base such as mayonnaise, soft goat cheese, mashed avocado, my green pea hummus or my favorite chickpea hummus or my Roasted Broccoli Dip/Spread. Then add your favorite sliced or shaved vegetables such as tomato, radish, cucumber, carrot, mushroom — the list goes on. Add some greens such as arugula, lettuce or spring mix.

Garden Vegetable Sandwich with Green Pea Hummus (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

If you have sprouts, pile them onto the sandwich. If you have cooled cooked potatoes, slice and add them. Be sure to add some fresh herbs such as dill, thyme, basil, chives, or tarragon. Also, adding a seasoning mix like Trader Joe’s Chile Lime Seasoning provides even more flavor. I could eat this sandwich every day as it will never get boring with all the available garden vegetable options.

Garden Vegetable Sandwich
Garden Vegetable Sandwich with Avocado, Arugula, Cherry Tomatoes, Cucumber Slices, and Pea Shoots on a Toasted Onion Bun (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)

This veggie-loaded sandwich goes right along with heart-healthy eating (minus the mayo or goat cheese) and along with my quest to eat healthier.

Garden Vegetable Sandwich in a Whole Grain Pita Pocket (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)



From the kitchen of A Food Lover’s Delight….

Garden Vegetable Sandwich


Sliced whole grain bread, sandwich rolls, flavored wraps or pita pockets
Mayonnaise, spreadable herbed or plain goat cheese, chickpea hummus or my green pea hummus or my roasted broccoli dip spread
Mashed avocado or avocado slices
Sliced tomato
Sliced regular or mini cucumbers
Sliced radishes
Shaved red onion or Vidalia onion
Sliced red bell pepper
Sliced mushrooms
Sliced or shredded carrot
Sliced roasted or cooked beets
Sliced scallions
Fresh sprouts such as bean sprouts, pea shoots, sunflower sprouts, etc.
A handful of baby lettuces, spinach, arugula or spring mix
Fresh herbs such as tarragon, basil, chives, cilantro or dill

Seasoning mix such as Trader Joes Chile Lime Seasoning or Everything But The Bagel Seasoning for additional flavor


1. Spread mayo, goat cheese, green pea hummus, chickpea hummus, roasted broccoli dip/spread or your favorite condiment on the bread, rolls, wraps or pita pockets.
2. Add your favorite vegetables and fresh herbs.
3. Sprinkle with your choice of seasoning for added flavor.
4. Slice your sandwich in half, if desired, and place on a serving dish.
5. And serve!

Makes several sandwiches. Offer with your favorite chips or my Dill Potato Salad with Greek Yogurt Dressing.

Variations: Try whatever bread base, veggies, spreads and seasonings that you like for this sandwich. It’s a simple sandwich that tastes best right after it’s assembled or it can get soggy quickly. If your slices of veggies are small, a pita pocket will likely hold them better. Sometimes veggie sandwiches on regular bread tend to fall apart. This sandwich is vegan and heart-healthy if you omit the mayo or goat cheese and use vegan mayo, my green pea hummus, my favorite chickpea hummus, or my roasted broccoli dip as a spread. Also be sure to select a vegan bread, bun, wrap, or pita pocket.

Order some Trader Joe’s Chile Lime Seasoning or Everything But The Bagel Seasoning from if you are not near a Trader Joe’s store:

Stuffed Garden Vegetable Sandwich with Green Pea Hummus spread (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals)
Chock full of veggies, my Garden Vegetable Sandwich is a colorful lunch (Photo Credit: Adroit Ideals) (Copyright Adroit Ideals 2017)

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