Who said fairy bread had to be boring? Get creative with cookie cutters to make these fun flower-shaped spring fairy bread sandwiches for kids.

I wouldn't be a good Aussie mama if I didn't occasionally whip up fairy bread for the kids. And, they love it!

Only this time I may have gone a little crazy with the cookie cutters. Because who said fairy bread just had to be a slice of bread with nonpareils sprinkled on top?

Spring flower fairy bread sandwiches

What you need:

  • Bread
  • Flower Cookie Cutter
  • Circle Cookie Cutter
  • Sprinkles – I used a Spring mix
  • Sandwich spread – we prefer Earth Balance, but you could use cream cheese, Nutella, or your favorite butter.

Use the flower cookie cutter to cut the slices of bread before assembling. You will need two flowers for each sandwich.

Switch to the circle cookie cutter to cut out the center of half the bread flowers.

Place the sprinkles into a bowl.

Spread a thin layer of butter (or whatever spread you are using) onto the flowers without the hole in them.  Turn the bread face down onto the sprinkles to attach them.

Apply a little of the sandwich spread you are using to each petal of the flower (the side that has the hole) and then turn it face down onto the flower that has the sprinkles so that the sprinkles peek through the hole of the flower.

Enjoy!

 

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Spring flower fairy bread sandwiches for kids

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Mhairi March 6, 2013 - 1:33 am

I love fairy bread and these look great. Have you tried Chia seeds with your sprinkles. You can get white and black ones and when you make flowers they look like seeds in the middle. My children love them with their fairy bread and I feel a bit better about giving them something healthy with this favourite snack.

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Tanusree March 8, 2013 - 10:00 pm

this looks so pretty. pinning it.

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Tonya Staab March 9, 2013 - 8:00 pm

Thank you so much … they are pretty tasty too 🙂

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Priya March 10, 2013 - 10:23 am

They look so cute! Thanks so much for this. Would make this for my cousin’s kid the next time she visits 🙂

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