Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Uncrustables, Way Cheaper


Use soft bread, put peanut butter and jelly in the center.

Use a glass to cut a circle out of the center of the bread



Pinch edges closed.

Place in sandwich baggie. Store all sandwiches in a large baggie in the freezer.
When the children need a snack or make their own cold lunch, they just pull one out!
peace.

6 comments:

Molly said...

Awesome idea! Jon and I love uncrustables (except we get a generic kind called Jamz, haha), we'll definitely try it!

Heidi Lee said...

Good thinking Heather. I have bought Uncrustables before, and they are what...$4 a box?? Rip off!!

I always forget to use the freezer for stuff like that.

Diane said...

Its a great idea but what do you do with those crusts? I can't stand the idea of throwing them away.

At least when I buy Uncrustables I don't have to worry about the crusts. Its kind of like buying meat in the grocery....I don't have to think about where it comes from that way.

ha!

I'll try it though - you know i will. thanks for the photos.

Michelle said...

My husband has a metal box on a stick, that you put over a campfire. You make those sandwich things you have with the rig and "toast them" - anyway it's called a hobo maker. I have no idea why I felt the OVERWHELMING need to write this all done.
M.

Kelle said...

a: love you, kulio! (and been loving your comments!)
b: love this idea...i love uncrustables for lainey when i can't think of what to feed her but feel so guilty buying them, even at costco, because they are ridiculously overpriced! guilty no more!
c: miss you
d: love this song

Kristy said...

Love this.

Not sure if we have uncrustables here in Canada, but the round sammies with the crusts off...those will go over BIGTIME.

You are BRILLIANT.