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!


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.


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.

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.