Tuesday, May 15, 2012

How to make sandwich balls (sandwich cupcakes)

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Have you tried sandwich balls yet? I really don't know who came up with this interesting idea. I've seen sandwich balls on many Japanese food blogs, and have always wanted to try. It was much easier then I thought it would, and most importantly.... my son loved it (^,^)


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These are the perfect finger food for a kid's party or play date! You can also pack these in a lunch box.





PS:
- You can use peanut butter, Nutella, cream cheese..... for filling
- I used fruit roll up to decorate my sandwich balls.
- White bread is easier to work with.

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35 comments:

  1. So cute and seem easy. I will try this for my daughter's lunch box tomorrow. I am sure she will smile ^_^ P.S.i am smiling!!! ^_^ Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. So cute! Like one of those glutenous balls at dim sum

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  3. This is very interesting! I have never seen this before...i bet kids would think this is really cool!

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  4. arwww it look so cute... :) i think the kids will prefer this :D thanks

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  5. That's adorable! I've seen the sandwich balls before but never as cupcakes!

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  6. it look so easy!!!! thanks!!! I'll try it!

    Ro

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  7. This is such a fun idea! I love it! I know my daughter would think was awesome! Thanks!!!

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  8. Your creativity is really beyond words. This is so simple, yet I don't know why I have not tried anything like this before. I am sure my daughter will enjoy these sandwich balls...Will even ask me to make some for her friends.

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  9. Heyy! I really love your blog! It's really amazing and very helpful!

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  10. Nice and really cute ideas... glad to follow you..


    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  11. How did I miss this?!? So darned cute! I am totally trying this with my boys.

    Mel at themeaparty

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  12. Amazing recipes!. We follow you. Kisses.

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  13. I did this with tuna sandwich filling and toasted them in the over for 10min at 350 degrees turning them over half way. My daughter gobbled them right up.

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  14. First of all, thank you all so much for the comments.
    To Aynfarika, I love your idea so so so much. Thank you for sharing. Have to try it right away :)

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  15. I´m glad I found you because your blog is awesome!
    xx =P

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  16. What a great idea and SO cute!

    Can I ask what you used to cute the little stars from the fruit roll ups?

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  17. Thank you Sylvia.
    To the anonymous friend, I have a tiny star cookie cutter. You can also use scissors to cut the fruit roll ups.

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  18. I LOVE this~simple, cute and yummy!

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  19. Hi there! I love your blog so much! Thanks for all the wonderful ideas! Quick question, how long did you keep the sandwich in the plastic? I tried this but the ball did not hold together very well... Hope to hear more tips so i can make the perfect sandwich ball!!

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  20. Hi Erika,
    I only keep the sandwich in the plastic for a few seconds once it's done.
    There are a few things that might help you.
    - use FRESH SOFT WHITE bread
    - use filling that's sticky such as peanut butter
    - place the ball in mini cupcake liner
    hope these tips help

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  21. I love it ? thank you for your blog I didn't know before
    sorry for my " english "
    helene

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  23. Great idea.
    I've never seen this sandwich ball before.
    Sure I want to make it for my little girl.

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  24. Wow, I love your creative idea. It is really nice. You always try to give new ideas. This is great.

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  25. I had to try brown/wholemeal bread but didn't hold up well sadly, I don't eat white. Still a nice idea for those who have white.

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