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Send the kids to school with bread sushi rolls

One week into the new school term and already running out of lunchbox ideas? No need to opt for soggy sandwiches or tuck-shop treats: there’s a new lunchbox filler in town. Bread sushi rolls, using Helga’s breads, combine the fun of sushi with the wholesomeness of a salad sandwich with the lot.

Salad ingredients are wrapped up to form a portable, little-hand-sized sushi roll – an easy recipe for kids to try making – perfect for eating on the go, and for those in a hurry to get to the playground.

This handy video features three flavour combinations to try: tuna sushi, ham and cheese sushi and turkey sushi.

Pop some bread sushi rolls in the lunchboxes this week


This recipe is made using Helga’s Bread as part of the 2017 Foodbank Shop & Share project.  Pick up a loaf of Helga’s when you shop at Woolworths in July, and the team at McCain will donate the same product directly to Foodbank.  You shop – they share!

Foodbank Shop and Share 2017 Woolworths


Foodbank is a recipe partner of myfoodbook. This feature contains a mix of content from myfoodbook third party content partners and our own opinions. If you’d like to learn more about the FoodBank Shop & Share campaign, and how you can help to alleviate hunger for Australian’s in need, click here.


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