Mom’s sandwich trick is an instant hit with parents and kids everywhere
- A mom’s handy toaster hack has been labeled a game changer for families
- The hack means parents can make round sandwiches in a regular toaster
- The circles are made with a glass that also seals the edges and makes a bag
A mom revealed how to make perfectly round sandwiches by cutting out the center of a sandwich with a glass and placing the round bag in the toaster.
The mom posted a video showing the new popular toasted sandwich hack on a Facebook group after adapting it for her own family by using banana and almond spread as the filling.
Mother of two, Alicia Kissane-Robinson, 37, said the round sandwiches, which can be filled with sweet or savory fillings, have proved to be a huge hit in her household.
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A mom has posted a video of her take on the popular sandwich hack that has been making the rounds on social media recently
“My five-year-old immediately asked if I’d like to put them in her lunch when school starts,” the mother said in a post on a popular lunchbox Facebook group.
The woman was inspired to make the sandwiches after seeing them on social media.
The mom’s video shows exactly how to make the sandwiches that have gone viral on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok in recent days.
First she takes a slice of bread and puts some almond spread in the center of one of the slices before putting in four pieces of banana.
Then she puts another slice of bread on top to make a sandwich.
Then the busy mother of two takes a tall glass and cuts a circular bun from the center of the slice of bread.
First she takes a slice of bread and puts some almond spread in the center of one of the slices before putting in four pieces of banana
The glass presses down the edges of the bread as it cuts and seals the sandwich so it can be put in a toaster.
The sandwich is ready when it is golden brown inside and hot and oozing inside.
And other moms in the group were impressed by her efforts, some calling the toaster hack a “game changer.”
The glass presses down the edges of the bread as it cuts the sandwich and seals it so it can be put in a toaster
Some moms were concerned about the wasted portion of each slice of bread, but Alicia said she and her husband eat the leftovers.
“My kids don’t eat crust anyway,” she explained.
Others suggested that the crusts could be turned into breadcrumbs or croutons instead of being wasted.