Birthday Sandwich Ideas...
'Spicing-UP' Your Birthday Food!

We have used different sandwich ideas for our Birthday food platters do add some extra healthy eating to a party. As quarter sized sandwich wedges, these snacks are great. And the kids love them!

Make a pyramid of egg salad sandwiches, tuna sandwiches, chicken salad sandwiches and some ham & cheese to cater to your Birthday guests.

Don't worry about left overs...there usually aren't any!

Sandwich Bread Ideas
  • Rye
  • Granary
  • Whole Wheat
  • Baguette
  • Ciabatta
  • Pittas
  • Soft Tortilla
  • Bread rolled pin wheels
  • Submarine rolls
  • Kaiser, burger buns
'Sandwich Fillings' Ideas
  • Grated cheese
  • Tuna fish
  • Chicken salad
  • Egg salad
  • cream cheese
  • Jam
  • Ham & Cheese
  • Salami & cold cuts

Wrap your sandwich platters in BPA-free wrap or use a sealed container to keep them 'party fresh'. Use cut out shapes and color to these party snacks with carrots, cucumbers, peppers or vegetables of your choice.

Allergy Alert!
Keep clear of peanut butter and chocolate spread fillings for sandwiches!

Have fun with these healthy sandwich party snacks.

I never thought that little sandwiches even if they were only cut into quarters would be such a hit with kids at a birthday party. We have cut them into triangle and squares and animal shapes, and they all get 'gobbled up' as fast as the other snacks that are put out on the 'food table'. They do get some serious competition from the chips bowl though. I think it was a few years ago on the Cosby show where chips and sandwiches got combined and I remember trying this out back in my university days--it tasted great. This might be fun for some of the party goers to add some of their favorite chips into a few of the sandwiches. A great addition for your party at any rate. Have fun with some of these sandwich ideas and enjoy your kids birthday party.

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