FENDIC Sandwich Cutter and Sealer for Kids, 3-1/2 Inch Stainless Steel Round Sandwich Cutter, Sandwich Sealer and Decruster, Sandwich Maker, Sandwich Cutter for Making Sandwiches, Hamburgers, Pie
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Because of its features, I have to say that this sandwich cutter and sealer works equally well with the pampered chef sandwich cutter and sealer. Even if you don't have much kitchen experience, trying this round sandwich cutter is simple to do. I just need to press the sandwich cutter onto the bread.
Thanks for visiting. Among the uses of this cut and seal sandwich cutter are sandwiches, hamburgers, mini pizzas, pies, bentos, and more.
Because of its features, I have to say that this sandwich cutter and sealer works equally well with the pampered chef sandwich cutter and sealer. With this round sandwich cutter, even if you are unfamiliar with working with utensils, you can press the cutter to the bread and make a sandwich.
It is nice to hear from you. There is about a 3 inch diameter to the circle of this sandwich sealer. Its height is about 2 inches, and its width is about 5 inches. Dimensions 36 in. Pies and sandwiches can be made with this standard size.
Selected User Reviews For FENDIC Sandwich Cutter and Sealer for Kids, 3-1/2 Inch Stainless Steel Round Sandwich Cutter, Sandwich Sealer and Decruster, Sandwich Maker, Sandwich Cutter for Making Sandwiches, Hamburgers, Pie
This is the first time I've opened and used it. Photo #1 shows me making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich the traditional way, with peanut butter on one side and I broke the bread with a little force. In photo #2, I changed my mind a little bit and put a little peanut butter on both sides of the bread and a little jelly in the center on one side. I'm so happy! The method worked well for a ppj! I recommend it! The way we like our white bread is fresh, soft and fluffy. You might be able to get better results by buying a firmer bread Mommy's uncrustables are now chillin in the freezer to be tested The kids are 2 1/2 and 8 1/2, so let's see if they can tell the difference between my homemade sauce and the overpriced stuff purchased at the supermarket. The fillings I have tried so far have been great. Can't wait to try others!.
What is the reason? I was buying these for quick lunches because my daughter hates crust. There is no doubt that this thing is worth buying I am very pleased with it! There's a trick to making it look good don't overfill What you see in the store is exactly what you get when you buy them from the store. Fill it to the top, but don't fill it too much. Although it took me a couple of sandwiches to get the hang of it, we have tried a lot of different combinations and she loves them. To make them even more delicious, I dipped them in cookie butter You should try them! They're a big.
In order to make grab and go lunches in bulk, I bought this machine to make homemade uncrustables. cleans up easily on the top rack of my dishwasher and the kids love the crustless sandwiches it makes- They may have had too much crust, since now they say they're not fond of it! The technique to use it can be a little tricky, but once you get the hang of it, it works beautifully, and one of the top buttons acts like a release button after pressing it during use. I would buy this product again and recommend it to a friend!.
Using this device is so easy and safe that you can let your little one take part in the project!.
Why did I wait so long to do such a silly thing!
It's one of those things that I've wanted for so long. The gadget I have is awesome! Essentially, what you do is seal in the ingredients you want through pressing it into the bread. Peanut butter and jelly is the one in the picture, but I've also made them with cheese inside, which you brush with butter and bake until it is If you want the cheese to get on the edges, make sure it's not too close. My husband and I don't often eat an entire loaf of bread, so we have been making little bags Consequently, it's saved us quite a bit of money.
For my peanut butter and jelly sandwich, I apply a little peanut butter on each side. My child thinks I need more jelly than I actually need, so I think I ought to have more. You can get better results if you smoosh the bread just a little before cooling, but I never remember to do that, and it still works quite well. It does a decent job, but as I approach the end of the loaf, it doesn't do quite the same Although the sandwich still stays intact before lunch, it still works well enough to prevent the sandwich from falling apart. My child is so young she should barely be able to prepare a PB&J It's a good thing that I can still talk to J without being pressed for time now.
With these Uncrustables you can make your own, without having to go to the store. Just put what your child wants between two pieces of bread, press down, and your child will have a fun snack! The cost of one loaf of bread is covered by this device. This is a highly recommended product.
Having been so excited I immediately opened the package to give it a try but was disappointed with the results. The item was unattractive for the money, the metal scraped when it was pressed, it required far more effort & strength than was reasonable and still did not cut or seal the bread.