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Bologna Puzzle-Wich

Bologna Puzzle-Wich recipe
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You can easily substitute anything you want into the sandwich to up its nutritional value and lower the sodium content. Try a different cheese, sliced turkey breast, mustard.
posted by
 a cook
on 8/29/2007
time
prep:
5 min
total:
5 min
servings
total:
1 serving
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posted:
9/17/2006
We don't eat bologna but we love to cut sandwhiches up w/ cookie cutters. Kids have small tummies & eat very few things. Bologna shoudln't be in their diets... along with hotdogs & soda.
posted:
6/11/2006
My daughter will enjoy this for a long time. thankd for the ideas
posted:
5/9/2006
My daughter, who is a very picky eater, loved it!
posted:
1/20/2006
why the mayo? Does anyone realise what is in bologna? You can hardly call it meat! Healthy sandwich? I think not.
posted:
1/19/2006
My kids loved it. Ate every bite. Food can be fun and my kids have manners.
posted:
1/18/2006
Food is to be eaten, not played with! This is why there are so many children who have no table manners ! A healthier meat also should have been chosen.
posted:
1/17/2006
I thought this was a great way to mix things up for my kindergartner. He has the same bologna and salami sandwich (his choice) everyday. Instead of a cookie cutter and knife though, I used my apple corer ti make a very similar shape to the sandwich.
posted:
1/17/2006
this is an excellent way to get children to eat all of their sandwiches at lunchtime. I use this idea on all kinds of sandwiches that have 2 slices of bread, trying to match the shape of the puzzle with the season....during winter I use Christmas cookie cutters like stars, ornaments, santa.etc...February I use hearts or lip cookie cutters. There are usually several choices for each season. Since I started doing this to my sons sandwich he eats it all up!
posted:
1/17/2006
I haven't made this yet. But this is a good idea. I really like it, and will try it for my kids.
posted:
9/29/2005
My 3 year old loved this - though we used turkey slices.
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