Monday, March 3, 2014

Tasty Tuesday: PB&J Baseball Style

If you haven't been able to tell by now, I have a love affair with markers - a certified love affair.  There is a marker for just about any use these days.  

Marry my love of markers with my overwhelming laziness when it comes to fun new snack ideas and low and behold you have our tasty Tuesday treat for this week.  

This week we're transforming an ordinary sandwich into a baseball.

What you'll need:
- Mostly defrosted Smucker's Uncrustables or fixings for your own favorite sandwich creation
- Wilton food writer food color markers 
- A circular cookie cutter or plastic cup (if not using Uncrustables)

Tip: If you're making a PB&J from scratch, cut the bread first and then add the filling but if you're making a deli meat sandwich, assemble the sandwich before cutting.

Step 1
Cut the bread you are using into circles.  If you don't have a cookie cutter that works for you, use a plastic cup.

Don't judge me by the Red Sox cup - my husband is the fan... I'm a Tigers fan all the way.  

Step 2
Make your PB&J

Step 3 (Uncrustables start here...)

Look at these pretty canvases just waiting to be transformed!

Decide what type of ball you plan to create.  Today I'm making baseballs.  Use your food color marker to draw lines on your sandwich and poof - you're done!

These are a fun snack option for game day or an addition to your year end party menu.

Have fun doodling!

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