Back to School the National Way (Part 3)
Pack a deluxe corned beef sandwich with nuts on the side.

The start of a new school year is both exciting and hectic. Parents and children have new activities, and the pressure to be well-prepared is on. So is prepping a menu for the entire family to get through those first few weeks easily.

Taking things back to basics this year is the home of the National Hardo Bread, National Baking Company, with a few classic sandwiches and snacks, and some reimagined ones perfect for the entire family for back to school.

The Joy in the Taste

What better way to make it through a long day of meeting new people or regrouping after the everlasting drop-off lines than with a tasty bite?

Recreating the classic cheesesteak at home is easy. Hardo slices rolled into flatbread are a vessel for this sausage cheesesteak.
Plain yoghurt and sandwich cookies come together to create sweet treat heaven.
Ah, corned beef! A Jamaican delicacy to please anyone in the family. Season to perfection, slather with mayo and top with lettuce and tomatoes for a deluxe corned beef sandwich.
Mix and match any of your favourite snacks to create a new, fun surprise like this homemade National snack trail mix.
Get the kids to help, and add their favourite condiments and vegetables to beef things up.
This jerked sausage cheese steak packs a flavourful punch with caramelised onions, green peppers and melted cheese.
Even the pickiest eaters will be satisfied with a sausage cheesesteak.
Kids will love this balanced parfait put together quickly at home or on the go. Crush a few Duplex Sandwich Cookies and layer with your favourite plain yoghurt.
Even Mommy and Daddy can have a break from the back-to-school rush with these guava jelly and cream cheese rice cake treats.
A cloud of cream cheese and a dollop of guava jelly on a bed of rice cakes. Yum!.
A mix of National Fruit and Nut, Coco Snaps and Zesty Caramel Popcorn creates this fun trail mix.

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