FUN FOOD

SAND­WICHES WITH A TWIST

201 Family - - CONTENTS - STYLED BY ELISE FALVEY PHO­TOGRAPHED BY ANNE-MARIE CARUSO

Sand­wiches

SOME­TIMES YOU JUST HAVE TO THINK OUT­SIDE OF THE LUNCH BOX FOR NEW IDEAS. LET YOUR KIDS HELP YOU MAKE TH­ESE NEW VARI­A­TIONS ON AN OLD THEME AND SEND THEM OFF TO A GREAT DAY AT SCHOOL.

1 WAFFLE BLT’S Pre­pare reg­u­lar waffle mix, pour mix into waffle maker and cook un­til golden brown. Stack one thick slice of tomato, crisp let­tuce, two strips of ba­con (mayo op­tional) on top of two waffle squares. 2 POCKET PB&J Se­lect any two slices of bread, spread peanut but­ter and jam on one side. Top with the other slice and use a sand­wich sealer to make the pocket. 3 BAGEL WITH A BONUS Choose any fla­vor of bagel and top with a gen­er­ous amount of cream cheese, add a small amount of jam or jelly and top with fresh fruit. 4 HAM & CHEESE KABOBS Ask your gro­cery deli for a sin­gle thick slice of ham and use a small bis­cuit cut­ter or cookie cut­ter to cut round shapes out of the ham. Cre­ate the same size round shapes out of bread, ched­dar cheese and cu­cum­ber. Use a smaller cut­ter or knife to cut cen­ter holes through­out all the in­gre­di­ents and al­ter­nate stack­ing the items onto a pret­zel rod.

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