small wooden skewers(toothpicks or lollipop sticks)
Cube the bread and cheese.
Start by sliding the cubed bread onto the stick.
Then slide on the tomato, lettuce, cheese, sliced ham (folded in quarters), another piece of bread, sliced turkey, then a final piece of bread.
Pour some honey mustard into a small, lidded container for dipping.
Be sure to pack it with a cold pack so it stays cool until lunchtime!
For lunch, I pack some honey mustard dipping sauce on the side. Then I can add some chips, carrot sticks and grapes or apples into the lunch bag. I don't know what it is, but it seems like when you serve bite-sized food, folks love it.
Use different types of bread (a thick, hearty bread works best), different cheeses and meats.
The firmer the cheese, the harder it is to thread onto the sticks. Softer cheeses like mozzarella, colby, brie and monterey jack all hold their shape well when sliding onto the stick.
Also, feel free to toast the bread first if you like it a little more crunchy.
This isn't so much a recipe as it is an idea that you can totally tweak to your family's liking. You can't go wrong!
Also, for younger kids, you will want to use lollipop sticks instead of skewers. Lollipop sticks are flat on both ends and no one can get injured by accident! Or you can use the blunt toothpicks as well.
In addition, tomatoes should be sliced in half to prevent choking hazards for younger kids.