Contributed by: NAPSA
The Latest Lunchtime Fad Is In The Bag
(NAPSA) - Brown bags are poised to become one of the hottest accessories, with adults carrying more than 8.5 billion brown bag lunches a year, according to the NPD Group.
Brown-bagging can save you hundreds of dollars a year. It may also trim your waist. Brown-bag lunches tend to be smaller in size and lower in calories.
Spread 1 side of each bread slice with catsup or mustard, if desired.
Layer meat and cheese between bread slices. Place sandwich on cutting board. Center a 3 1/2 to 4-inch, metal, star-shaped cookie cutter over top of sandwich. Press down firmly to cut through all layers and form star-shaped sandwich.
If necessary, trim around bottom edge of cookie cutter with paring knife to form clean edges. Refrigerate sandwich scraps in a plastic sandwich bag-they make a tasty after-school snack.
Get creative with shaped sandwiches. Surprise your kids with other simple shapes, such as hearts and teddy bears, and look for more sandwich recipes at www.naturesownbread.com.
Serving Size: Makes 1 Sandwich
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