Easy Roast Beef Sandwiches

Hubby really loves Arby’s, and I hate it. I don’t like roast beef, and the smell of Arby’s makes me gag. So when my mom passed this easy dinner idea on to me, I had to seriously think about whether to make it. I knew that Hubby would like it, but I wasn’t sure about myself. I decided to risk it, and now it’s become an easy meal in my rotation.

It’s like a homemade version of Arby’s!

Cast of Ingredients:
Deli sliced roast beef
Sliced provolone cheese (or colby jack, american, swiss, etc)

Rolls (I have used both hoagie rolls and potato rolls)
Dijon mustard

Slice the rolls and smear mustard on one half of each roll.

Put slices of cheese on one half of the rolls.

Add roast beef on the other half of the rolls. (I used two slices per roll)

Bake at 400 for 8-10 minutes, until cheese is melty. I’ve also broiled these for about 3-4 minutes, and then baked to keep warm. Either way is good, I just choose to bake them since I have to keep a closer eye on the broiler.

Eat and enjoy! I served with mac and cheese shells.

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Simple Meatball Subs

Easy Friday night dinners are a must. After a long week, I want something low-stress.  Who am I kidding? I want something low-stress every day! That’s what I’m all about. But especially on Friday!

This week Hubby has to work late on Friday, so this is something easy to throw together right when he gets home.

Cast of Ingredients:
6-10 meatballs (2 per sub)
1/2 jar of spaghetti sauce
1 cup of grated mozzerella/Italian blend cheese (you could used sliced sandwich cheese as well)
Hoagie rolls

If your meatballs are frozen like mine, thaw them.
Let them simmer on low with the spaghetti sauce. Feel free to add garlic, Italian seasonings, basil, etc.


Put cheese on one half of each roll. Feel free to add garlic and basil too!


Bake at 450 for 5-8 minutes, until cheese is melty.


Slice meatballs in half and put about 2 meatballs (4 halves) on each sub.


Add spaghetti sauce and more cheese on top.
Don’t forget napkins because this is pretty messy!

There you have it, my easy Friday night dinner.