This List of the Cheapest Sandwiches to Make Will Have You Saving Big Money When You Send the Kids Back to School
We’re not full of baloney when we tell you feeding your kids lunch at school won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
A new study breaks down how much popular sandwiches will cost per serving, taking into account unit cost for all ingredients.
In 2013, the cheapest sandwich to make will be bologna – one of these classic sandwiches will only set you back 41 cents.
Last year’s cheap champ, peanut butter and jelly, tumbled to second place at 43 cents.
10 Cheapest Sandwiches to Make in 2013
1. Bologna – 41 cents
2. Peanut butter and jelly – 43 cents
3. American cheese – 55 cents
4. Egg salad – 72 cents
5. Ham and Swiss – 94 cents
6. Salami - $1.04
7. Turkey and Swiss - $1.21
8. Roast beef and cheddar - $1.40
9. Bacon, lettuce and tomato - $2.04
10. Tuna salad - $2.17