The kids are going to burning up a lot of steam while they dash around the campground and that means you’ll be hearing “I’m hungry” more often than usual. You can make a batch of finger sandwiches ahead of time to keep their appetites at bay until lunch or dinner is ready to eat.
The first finger sandwich you can make is the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. To start, cut the crust off the bread, as kids tend to prefer sandwiches that are crust-less. Then, on one piece of bread, add peanut butter of your choice. On the other slice, add jelly. You can add any flavor of jelly or jam that you would like. Apple jelly is a wonderful choice if you do not want to use grape or strawberry. To finish the sandwich, push both pieces of bread together, and then cut the sandwich diagonally in order to make two small triangle-shaped mini finger sandwiches.
The next finger sandwich you can make quickly for hungry kids has two variations. You can make cucumber sandwiches, or tomato sandwiches, both of which are completely delicious. To make one of these sandwiches, begin by once again cutting the crust off each slice of bread. Then, add mayonnaise (a thin amount) to each side. Sprinkle a small amount of pepper on to taste.
After your mayonnaise has been added, it’s time to choose whether to make a cucumber sandwich or a tomato sandwich. All you need to do is make slices of whichever one you choose, and add it to the sandwich. Press the two pieces of bread together and cut across to make two triangle-shaped mini sandwiches.
We hope you all have an increased appetite while you’re camping due to the fun you are having. We look forward to seeing you this summer and hope you’ve made your reservation now.