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Thread: I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

  1. #1

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    My sons kindergarten class is having a year end party and the teacher requested finger sandwiches.Anyone have a good child friendly recipe?

  2. #2

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    make cucumber sandwiches! with like mayonaise or something!those are good.and then cut them into like four triangles

  3. #3

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    FINGER TUNA SANDWICHES 1 (6 1/2 oz.) light tuna in water1/4 c. finely chopped onion2 tbsp. chopped cucumber1/4 tsp. dried parsley flakes1/4 tsp. salt1/8 tsp. black or white pepper1/2 c. safflower mayonnaise OR1/2 c. salad dressing16 slices bread4 slices longhorn cheese1 c. small-curd cottage cheese2 tbsp. sour creamBlack olives or stuffed olives for garnishDrain tuna and flake. In a small mixing bowl combine tuna with onion, cucumber, parsley, salt, and pepper. Add mayonnaise and mix well.HOT TUNA FINGER SANDWICHES:Toast 8 slices of bread. Spread about 2 tablespoons of the tuna mixture over each of four slices of toast. Place sliced cheese on another four slices of toast. Combine and microwave for 20 seconds on HIGH.Spread the remaining tuna mixture over four regular slices of bread. Blend remaining cottage cheese with sour cream and spread on the other four slices of bread. Combine into sandwiches and cut the crusts from the edges.To serve Tuna Finger Sandwiches:Cut each sandwich into 4 triangles. Top each sandwich with a slice of olive on a toothpick and arrange on a platter.

  4. #4

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    white Bread,( One loaf)grated cheddar2 heaping tablespoons of mayonaise1TBSP of sandwich relish2 TBSP of Ketchup1 TBSP of MargarineSet aside the bread, mix rest of ingredients together.Paste one side of one slice of bread with mixture.Place together with another slice of bread, trim crusts, and sandwich maybe cut up into 4 squares or into 3 making 2 triangles and 1 thin sandwich.Enjoy!!By the way if you're going to use white cheddar, you can make them rainbow colour.

  5. #5

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    i would go for something simple and light. just cheese spread. or cheese and cucumber/tomatoes.maybe even mashed banana.

  6. #6

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    Take mini bread slices and put in cheddar cheese, grilled chicken and an apple slice. Mmm.

  7. #7

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    Keep it simple. Kid's palates aren't mature enough to handle various flavors. Try peanut butter and jelly. Just cut off the crust and cut it into four triangle pieces. You can also use marinara sauce.

  8. #8

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    Okay, if you take tuna to 5 year olds they are going to throw it at you. LOL. Keep it simple....cheese and mayo, pb & j....cut the bread with cookie cutters. You could also do ham and cheese. They are 5 and 6, ask your kid to help....see what he / she suggests and make a project out of it.

  9. #9

    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    For five year olds... definitely hold the smoked salmon and caviar. It sounds like the perfect setting for peanut butter and marshmallow fluff, and to get fancy you can draw decorations or write their names on top with chocolate sauce.

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    I need a good finger sandwich recipe?

    (kids don't like fancy spicy food)slices of white or whole wheat breadshaved deli turkey or deli ham, american cheeseplace meat and cheese on slices of bread. (plain or with mustard, mayo)cookie cutters needed for this. (animals, stars, flowers or circle shapes) press a cookie cutter through each sandwich.

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