Thursday, 13 November 2014

Quick and #Healthy #recipe: Fancy fingers

Posted  By Kyle J. Norton 
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Recipe attributed to Four ingredients Kids (Simple, healthy, fun in the kitchen) by Kim McCosker, the international bestselling author of 4 ingredients, one pot, one bowl. Published by Atria Smart Book. You can view her website at

Stack your fancy fingers on top of one another to some amazing skyscraper sandwich!
Serves 2
2 slices of your little one's favorite cheese
2 slices ham
6 slices bread, crusts removed
1/2 cup shredded lettuce
Place a slice of cheese and ham onto each of 2 slices of bread. Cover each with another slice of bread, add lettuce and top with a final slice of bread. Cut each in thirds and stack one on top of another to serve.
Use filling with different texture -- softened cream cheese with salmon and dill stirred in; hard boil egg mashed with a little mayonnaise; Cottage cheese with raisins, scallions or pineapple; peanut butter and jelly; All make delicious filling for these 'fingers".

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