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Sandwich Race Cars

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Perfect for a car theme birthday party and a good way to include some healthier party food, these sandwich racing cars are quick to make and add a little extra fun to your party food spread.



Car, sandwich, birthday party


I used ham as that's my son's favourite sandwich but you could use any filling you like.

Time: 20 minutes to make a large batch
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy

Materials
Bread
Spread (butter or margarine)
Ham
Cucumber
Cream cheese

Method
If you're making a large batch for a party, it's quicker to set up a production line, just like a real car factory!



Car, sandwich, birthday party


Apply spread to both sides of the bread to ensure they stick together well and insert your filling.
Cut of the crusts and then cut the sandwich into two pieces, creating two long rectangles.
Cut slices of cucumber circles and then cut these in half. You will need 4 half circles for each car.
Spread a little cream cheese on a piece of cucumber and use to stick to the side of your car. Each car needs 4 wheels.



Car, sandwich, birthday party


It's as simple as that and your car is made.

Categories
#Ange Age
#Easy
#Car
#Sandwich
#Transport
#Fun Food
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I like the cars I thought with left over crusts Spray them with Olive oil sprinkle grated cheese over them place on baking tray lined with bake well paperThen bake or grill till melted .
When they cooled slightly eat home made cheese sticks from the left over crusts. CreativeLee
What a great idea
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