How to make a skull sandwich for a baby

Nutritional components: calories: 113 (calories); carbohydrates: 15 (g); fiber: 2 (g); sugar: 1 (g); sodium: 65 (mg); calcium: 16 (mg)


  • 2 red bell peppers, cut in half and seeded
  • 16 slices of whole wheat sandwich bread
  • 1/2 cup of hummus
  • 4 olives, halved and cut into triangles

Method of making skull sandwiches

1. Cut the bell peppers into 16 circles with a round cookie cutter.

2. Using a skull-shaped cookie cutter, cut each bread into a skull shape. Remove and discard the edge of the bread.

3. Place 8 pieces of bread on the cutting board. Using the same round knife, cut two eyelets from each piece. Use a sharp knife to cut out a triangular nose.

4. Place the remaining 8 whole pieces of bread on the cutting board, and spread 1 tablespoon of hummus on each piece of bread. Then 8 slices of the cut bread were covered on the hummus. Finally fill the eyes with bell peppers and the nose with olives.

Homemade baby skull sandwich

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