|Z's lunch: String cheese nibblets, turkey and cheese pocket w/sprinkles,|
spinach w/carrot flowers, strawberries
I used a ladybug cookie cutter, which turned out to be a poor choice.The fewer protrusions, the better. A heart works great, and a Hello Kitty should also turn out well.
This is a great way to use scraps from making cute shapes out of meat and cheese.
So I used PB to glue on some flower sprinkles to make it look more ladybug-like, told Little Z that it was a ladybug, so naturally she loved her ladybug sandwich! Score!
Had the edges sealed properly, I would have popped it into the toaster to help melt the cheese bits so they wouldn't fall out if she ate around the edges. Oh well.
Some of my more successful attempts: wonky-shaped toasted pocket and heart pocket sandwich.