Box spreads, aka baguettes, are a perfect example of how to incorporate fresh produce. These are not just for sandwiches, either. These are also great for salads, sandwich spreads, toasted baguettes, stuffed baguettes, french toast, breakfast sandwiches, and much more.
Box spreads are really easy to make. All you need to do is cut up any type of fresh produce into slices that you want to be spread on your bread. You can even use the same type of produce, but for a more interesting look. Or you can use the same type of raw produce, but you can add some herbs to it. Whatever you do, don’t forget to serve these spreads with your favorite sliced bread.
These spreads are pretty easy to make, because there are so many options to choose from. I especially love the french toast, which is a really nice spread.
Let’s be honest, I don’t have a lot of garlic bread to make, but I use the french toast, which is what most people think of. The french toast makes the bread perfectly crisp, and the french toast is just a nice addition.
The spread of choice is the french toast. The best part about it is that it is so easy to make. Just use a muffin tin and you’re good to go.
Its a bit of a challenge to make, but it’s also quite simple. You can use the muffin tin as a container for the spread and make sure to fill it up with the mixture before you put it on the bread. Then you can just leave it in the oven and bake the french toast. When your french toast is nice and crispy and hot, spread it over your bread and pop it in the toaster.
The spread is also great with ice cream. Just throw it in a baggie and stick it in a freezer for a few hours. When your ice cream is cold and ready to go, just pop it in the freezer for a few minutes, and then pop it in your baggie and stick it in the freezer. You can also just freeze it in a bowl in the fridge.
There are other options for spreading your bread and sandwich spreads. You can use a spoon to spread it on your sandwich or roll it out and cut it into strips. But one of the best spreads is the one that makes the most sense when you want to keep it frozen and in your baggie. It’s frozen yogurt.
The best thing about frozen yogurt is that it’s really easy to spread. We’ve got a bunch of cool recipes on the site that use frozen yogurt as the base, so check them out.
You can even freeze your own frozen yogurt. Once the yogurt is completely thawed, just scoop it into a box or baggie and it’ll spread like magic. You can also freeze it in a zip-lock bag, but a zip-lock bag is a bit bulky so its best to make a small box for it.