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hoot owl sammie & edible tree

(3 ratings)
Recipe by
Kim Biegacki
Youngstown, OH

I made these Hoot Owl Sammies for my nephew Noah last year during the summer when he spent some time staying with us. He just loved his sammie and it disappeared quickly. I look forward to making them again for him this summer. I originally saw this sammie on Pinterest and made my version with items I had at home. Hope you will have fun making these with your children, grandchildren or nieces & nephews. They are fun, healthy and just so cute for a picnic lunch or even a rainy day inside to bring some cheer.

(3 ratings)
yield 1
prep time 10 Min
method No-Cook or Other

Ingredients For hoot owl sammie & edible tree

  • 2 slice
  • 2 Tbsp
    peanut butter
  • 9 slice
  • 2 lg
  • 1 sm
    piece of carrot
  • 6-8 sm
    pretzel sticks
  • salt & pepper the cucumbers

How To Make hoot owl sammie & edible tree

  • 1
    Prepare your sammie and then cut two diagonal slice 3/4 way up and spread the wings out. Add 2 slices of cucumber and then two slices of olives. Add your cut triangular nose to owl sammie. Arrange your tree with 7 slices of cucumber for the tree top and pretzel sticks for the trunk of tree. Now you are ready to serve.
  • 2
    If it's nice outside then serve the sammies outside. It's fun for the kids and you can have a discussion about owls while eating. It's a fun & educational lunch. This is my youngest nephew Noah enjoying his Hoot Owl Sammie and tree.