Busy Bee Sunflower Sandwich

Busy Bee Sunflower Sandwich

Busy Bee Sunflower Sandwich

Our special busy bee sunflower sandwich is so simple to make, but fun to eat! It’s just a round sandwich with pretty petals of yellow pepper and cheese popping out, but we think kids will love to look at it – and you will love knowing that it’s spread with Flora Original. It’s a recipe for sandwich happiness.

  • Recipe serves: 1
  • Prep Time 10 min

Ingredients

  • 15 g Flora Original
  • 1 x slice of wholemeal bread
  • 1 x slice of crusty wholemeal bread
  • 1 x yellow pepper
  • 60 g slice of reduced fat cheddar cheese
  • 2 x spring onions
  • lettuce leaves

Directions

  1. Make a sandwich using the bread, Flora Original and your filling.
  2. Get some different size round cookie cutters and cut two or three circles from the sandwich. Turn them crust side up.
  3. To make the petals on the sunflowers, we used a petal shaped cutter from a cake decorating kit, but you could also cut some triangles and overlap them instead.
  4. Use the cheese and yellow pepper to create as many petals as you can and then tuck them into the sandwich all the way round. You may find it easier to remove the top layer of bread while you add the petals and then press the top of the sandwich back down, holding everything in place.
  5. The stalks are added by using some spring onions and lettuce leaves.
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