Cucumber Sandwich

Ashley Dawkins


Light and refreshing sandwich that even cucumber-haters will like!


★★★★★ 1 vote

30 Min
No-Cook or Other


How to Make Cucumber Sandwich


  1. Cut off all the edges on your loaf of light wheat bread and toss the edges back into the bag. Cut the left over bread squares diagonally.
  2. Cut the cucumbers into slices.
  3. Add 1/2 the package of ranch powder into the cream cheese and mix thoroughly. (Make sure your cream cheese is soft, otherwise it's hard to mix evenly.)
  4. Taste the cream cheese mixture to make sure you don't need to add any more ranch. But beware not to add too much ranch because it will make the spread salty.
  5. Apply a layer of the cream cheese spread onto a triangle of the bread, place a cucumber ontop of the spread and cap it with another triangle.
  6. Go ahead and eat this triangle to taste-test how the rest will come out!
  7. **With the edges of the bread, you can cut into cubes and make croutons, or bake the sticks with some garlic salt and use them as dippers for your favorite dips!!**

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About Cucumber Sandwich

Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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