By Jess
January 22, 2017

Spice up the kids lunchboxes with a sandwich they won’t complain about – sushi sandwiches! They’re cute, easy to make and are perfect bite size pieces for the kid’s lunchboxes.

What you’ll need:

  • bread
  • spread of choice
  • fillings of choice


  1. Cut the crusts of a piece of sandwich bread.              YT bread
  2. Roll your piece of bread till it’s thin.                             YT bread
  3. Spread your spread on your piece of bread. Cream cheese or peanut butter works well. YT bread
  4. Add fillings of choice.                                                    YT bread
  5. Start rolling from top.                                                         YT bread
  6. Cut your roll into quarters.                                               YT bread
  7. Your sushi sandwich is ready!                                         YT bread

Watch the YouTube video for full visual instructions:

Would your kids eat this?

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  • Yum sushi sandwiches.


  • What an awesome idea i never thought of this. actually i never thought of anything other then jam or vegemite for lunches haha i will give this ago on tuesday when they go back


  • I don’t think my “fussy” kids would eat these, especially in Summer.


  • Such a fantastic idea and love the step by step guide (-:


  • Remember doing this as a child except it was jam and coconut as the filling. Saw it on tv in the mid 70’s, oh that ages me.


  • I absolutely love these. What a fantastic idea. The fillings are endless!


  • Wow these look amazing. Wondering how the bread tastes when rolled though?


  • Such a great idea, definitely going to give this a try


  • The sushi sandwiches look great for young and old!


  • How easy is that! Will be making these for sure. Also perfect for canapes.


  • So easy to get finger sized portions. A welcome change from the standard “finger sandwich”!


  • with my fussy eaters I am going to give it a try too :) Thank you so much for sharing, I might even have to make some for myself!


  • these look easy to make and easy for my 3 year and 2 year old to eat, will definately make these


  • Oh! My daughter would love it. Thanks for the nice idea!! :-)


  • What a great idea. My daughter would have loved these in her lunchbox. She would still love them now


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