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Teddy Bear Sandwiches

teddy bear sandwiches Entree
Teddy Bear Sandwiches
  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 12 min
  • Ingredients 5
  • Servings 2

Going back to school after Christmas break means having to come up with new ideas to fill your children's lunch boxes. The idea is to make sure they eat well and are never distracted by hunger while they're at school. Being a responsible mother also means making sure your family gets the best, even on a budget. Kids love being creative and definitely love picking their foods. One great alternative is to let them help you put together their lunch, that way they'll enjoy eating it even more because they got to chose. Plus there will be no excuse for them not to eat it! MORE + LESS -

Ingredients

4
slices of whole wheat bread
2
slices of cheese or 2 tablespoons of spreadable cheese
2
slices of ham or cooked turkey
2
slices of mozzarella cheese
Ketchup to decorate

Directions

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  • 1
    You’ll need a mold in the shape of a bear or you can create one with cardboard.
  • 2
    Cut the bread, ham, and cheese with the cookie cutter. Put together the sandwich so that you have one slice of ham leftover. Make a face and little hands and feet on the ham with the ketchup.
  • 3
    Remember that you can add fruits, vegetables or a little something sweet like cookies or a cereal bar.

Expert Tips

  • You can boil an egg and give it a smile and use hard shell chocolate candies for the eyes.
  • You can use your family's favorite cheese in the sandwich. Use ham, but you can also use slices of chicken or turkey.

Nutrition Information

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More About This Recipe
  • Going back to school after Christmas break means having to come up with new ideas to fill your children's lunch boxes. The idea is to make sure they eat well and are never distracted by hunger while they're at school. Being a responsible mother also means making sure your family gets the best, even on a budget. Kids love being creative and definitely love picking their foods. One great alternative is to let them help you put together their lunch, that way they'll enjoy eating it even more because they got to chose. Plus there will be no excuse for them not to eat it!

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