tea sandwich tut


1. You will need: 2 pieces of soft white bread, peanut or almond butter, jam, a flower cookie cutter and a 1″ biscuit cutter.
2. Place the flower cookie cutter onto the bread and keep adjusting it until you can fit the whole shape on the slice. Press firmly and cut out the flower shape. Do this to both pieces.
3. Use the biscuit cutter to cut out the middle circle of the “flower” on only one piece, which will become the top of the sandwich.
4. Dot the flower petals on the bottom piece with peanut butter.
5. Add a dollop of jam to the center, making it bigger than the circle cut out of the top piece. Put the top piece of bread onto the bottom piece of bread, lining up the flower petals.
6. Serve it up with some pretend tea and enjoy!
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  1. These are just to die for, so pretty and dainty for the tea party, not to mention so yummy! Who doesn’t love PB&J?? I think I could totally live on PB&J! Cookie cutters are so great for sandwiches. I still make my daughter "special shaped" sandwiches every now and then….I’ve used ghosts around Halloween, Xmas tree shapes around the holidays, flowers, hearts, etc. I love to make PB&J, too, but grilled cheese works really well, too….. Thanks, Brittany!

    Karen Wilson, Owner, lillybelle Custom Designs    Tuesday, September 8, 2009
  2. Thanks for the lesson! These are adorable.

    southern hostess    Tuesday, September 8, 2009
  3. ooooh, i LOVE it! i’m SO doing these for my daughter’s tea party birthday next month!

    Natalie    Wednesday, September 9, 2009
  4. Well, my little girl is all grown up now, but the next time she comes for a visit… this is what we are having. So sweet and I have a feeling that she will love it too!

    spb    Wednesday, September 16, 2009
  5. Aww, those are darling! I want to go to a tea party. Maybe I’ll have to throw one… I’ll be linking.

    Rachel    Friday, September 18, 2009

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