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Bunny sandwich
Bunny sandwich
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This is a recipe on how to make a sandwich become fun kid food. Only takes a few minutes to prepare and most kids will love it. Can be served as a light lunch or as a after-school snack and can easily be made a day before.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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4 Toast bread slices
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2 Carrots
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4 Cheese slices
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12 Thin sausage slices
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4 Cucumber slices
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4 Cherry tomatoes
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8 Chive leaves
Instructions:
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Butter and place the cheese and sausage slices on two of the toast breads. Place the other bread slices on top.
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Peel the carrots and divide in halves along the carrots. Cut away 4 small long pieces to use as teeth. Place the long carrot pieces on each side of a corner between the breads. Now the bunnies have ears.
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Place 2 sausage slices in the middle of the breads as eyes. On top of the sausages place the cucumber slices.
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Divide 2 tomatoes and place one piece on top of each cucumber. Divide 2 more tomatoes and use as a nose.
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Under the nose stick 4 chive leaves as whiskers.
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Place the thin small carrot pieces under one tomato as teeth.
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