I go to a local bakery I like and get a dozen small sub buns (or large and cut them in half). I get 2 types of deli meat (usually ham and turkey are his favourites).
Then assembly - pretty straight forward. Lay out the buns.
Spread margarine on one side and cheese on the other.
Wrap in either a sandwich bag (if the sub is the right size) or Saran wrap.
Put them all in a large bag and put them in the freezer.
It's grab and go in the mornings. Or like I said, take them out the night before and then open them up and add toppings like lettuce, pickles, cucumbers, etc. I have put on mayo and mustard before freezing and it has worked fine. This has saved me time and gaurantees my husband gets a much needed lunch every day.
On another note, with the oldest going in to Gr. 1 - I wanted to offer a little more variety than the old peanut butter every day. So I came up with a bit of a chart to keep on my fridge and give me ideas. Here it is. I am not in to fancy and complicated, but I want to keep things healthy and tasty.
Hopefully this will give someone else a fresh idea and make this "chore" a little easier.
With a Bushel and a Peck of love from the kitchen,
Linking Up with the Better Mom - a great post about nurturing the friendships between your kids