Hawaiian Hoagies

Hawaiian Hoagie

On evenings when I’m tired, work late or just feel like a lazy slug (which oddly enough, happens quite a bit) I like to make something fast and easy for dinner. Even better, I like Captain Cavedweller to make something fast for dinner.

Those hoagie sandwiches are filling and tasty and because they are toasted, nice and warm on a cool evening.

And simple enough that anyone can make them. Really!

You can literally be eating your dinner in less than 10 minutes. Serve with a side of cottage cheese and fruit if you are inclined for a healthy choice or a plate full of crunchy chips if you are inclined to go the more flavorful salt-packed route.

Ingredients for Hawaiian Hoagies
Put a light layer of mayo on your hoagie. Or not. You could also put on pizza sauce if you so desired.
Layer on some Canadian Bacon.
Sprinkle on some shredded mozzarella cheese.
Toast until the cheese is lightly browned and extra flavorful then add on your pineapple.
Top with some sliced black olives.

Enjoy!

Hawaiian Hoagie

Mayo

Shredded Mozzarella

Hoagie Rolls

Canadian Bacon

Olives

Pineapple

How much of each ingredient is really dependent on how many sandwiches you are making and how much stuff you want on each one. For me, I use three slices of Canadian bacon and one pineapple ring with a sprinkling of cheese. Hubby’s sandwich on the other hand features eight slices of bacon, three pineapple rings and we won’t discuss the cheese. At all.

Make it however you like and enjoy!

She Who Likes Easy Dinners

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