Lunchbox "Sushi" Cute Idea!

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Martha Price

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@Karenella

Instead of the regular old sandwich, send the kids off to school with lunchbox sandwich sushi. It's easy and fun to eat, and you can use the same fillings you would for a regular sandwich, or get creative and try new things – the possibilities are endless! It's also a great snack for playdates, parties, or after school.

*Photo and idea from The Dollar Tree website.

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Prep:
5 Min
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

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bread
sandwich fixin's
reuseable sandwich container

How to Make Lunchbox "Sushi" Cute Idea!

Step-by-Step

  • 1Remove the crust from a slice of bread and flatten it using a rolling pin.
    Add your fillings and roll tightly, being careful not to tear bread.
  • 2Slice roll into 1" pieces and line up in the container.
  • 3Use the same fillings you would for "normal" sandwiches: lunch meat, pimento cheese, peanut butter and jelly, etc.
    Spread a thin layer of mustard on your bread, layer a piece of lunch meat and a piece of cheese and wrap around sweet gherkin pickles.
    Layer with peanut butter or chocolate spread and wrap around slices of apple and banana or raisins and carrots.

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About Lunchbox "Sushi" Cute Idea!

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Main Ingredient: Bread
Regional Style: American




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