Spooky Fun Ghost-Shaped Halloween Sandwich Recipe for Kids

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Looking for a super cute Halloween sandwich recipe for kids that will fit perfect in their lunch box? These ghosts are insanely easy to make and can be customized to your child’s tastes. They’re also the perfect snack for an afternoon Halloween party! I love making my son special little treats to celebrate the holiday, but let’s be honest, I’m not exactly a master chef. I’m also a working mom, so I don’t really have time to spend hours whipping up elaborate recipes every day, especially for a lunch box! I go for the quick and the easy as often as possible!

Last year, we shared this incredibly adorable monster bento box that all of our kids really enjoyed. We’ll definitely be serving that up again this year, but we also wanted to surprise them with something new. Our recipe uses turkey and mozzarella, but you can use pretty much any deli meat and cheese that you prefer. You can even use veggies or other ingredients if you want to go meat-free! If you’re serving these at a party, consider mixing them up a bit and making a few with the turkey and a few with other meats. Ready to see how easy it is to make? Don’t forget to print out the recipe card so you have it for later!

Ghost-Shaped Halloween Sandwich Recipe for Kids

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Ingredients

  • 6 Slices of Bread
  • 6 Slices of Turkey Deli Lunch Meat
  • 6 Slices of Sliced Mozzarella
  • 1 Large Ghost Cookie Cutterhalloween-sandwich-recipe-for-kids
  • Condiments (if desired)

Directions:

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  • Using your cookie cutter, cut out each ghost shape with your bread, then set to the side.

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  • Do the same with the sliced turkey, set to the side
  • Repeat with your cheese
  • Now to assemble, lay 1 ghost bread cut-out on your work surface and top it with the sliced turkey and cheese. Top with the second ghost bread slice.
  • Repeat three times until you’ve used all your ingredients.
  • Enjoy!

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Spooky Fun Ghost-Shaped Halloween Sandwich Recipe for Kids

  • 6 Slices of Bread
  • 6 Slices of Turkey Deli Lunch Meat
  • 6 Slices of Sliced Mozzarella
  • 1 Large Ghost Cookie Cutter
  • Condiments (if desired)
  1. Using your cookie cutter, cut out each ghost shape with your bread, then set to the side
  2. Do the same with the sliced turkey, set to the side
  3. Repeat with your cheese
  4. Now to assemble, lay 1 ghost bread cut-out on your work surface and top it with the sliced turkey and cheese. Top with the second ghost bread slice.
  5. Repeat three times until you’ve used all your ingredients.

If you do plan to add condiments, I suggest leaving them off the sandwich and serving them on the side. In a lunch box, you could send along a little container with mustard, mayo, etc. For a party, just scoop some of each out into a festive serving bowl and let the kids do it (or give younger ones a hand). I find that adding condiments too early can make the whole thing a big, soggy mess by the time you’re ready to eat it!

Looking for more spooky fun Halloween party recipes for kids? Check out a few of my favorites!

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Do you make a special Halloween sandwich recipe for kids for their lunch boxes or parties? Share in the comments!

 

15 thoughts on “Spooky Fun Ghost-Shaped Halloween Sandwich Recipe for Kids”

  1. Ghost shaped sandwiches are a fantastic idea. I will have to make some for the kids lunches this week. These treats look delicious to. We love Halloween time.

  2. I need to start making things with Halloween cookie cutters. I love these sandwiches! My youngest loves to eat sandwiches, so I bet she’d really like these.

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