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Sandwich Sushi

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Sandwich sushi rolls are a fun twist on a classic lunch.  Made with lunch meat and fresh vegetables, then rolled up to look like sushi.  These faux sushi rolls are a simple and healthy lunch your kids will love!

a white plate with several sandwich sushi rolls with a side of ranch sitting on a cutting board with a green apple next to the plate

Easy Sushi Sandwich Roll

If you’ve never made a sushi sandwich before, you are in for a fun treat! Not only do these sushi sandwiches encourage my kids to eat healthy veggies, cheeses and meats, it also makes lunchtime fun by serving something other than a boring sandwich! My kids seem to feel sophisticated eating the kid version of one of their favorite foods!

And really, the options are endless with the way you can mix up the flavors.  You can use cream cheese or mayo, various veggies, cheeses and meats.  My kids prefer when I use turkey or ham but if you want to make these even more like sushi, use a can of tuna inside each roll.

How to Make Sushi Sandwich Rolls

These sandwich rolls are actually really simple to make.  If you’re more of a visual learner, like I am, there is a short video down at the very bottom that walks you through each step. It really is so easy!

  1. Cut off the crust of each slice of bread
  2. Flatten each slice with a rolling pin
  3. Cut your vegetables using a vegetable peeler and a knife to slice your cheese
  4. Spread Ranch dressing over the entire piece of bread
  5. Lay your topping (turkey, tuna, etc.) over the top and make sure to cover the entire slice.  If any of meat slices hang over edge, fold it back over
  6. Place the vegetables and cheese on top of the meat
  7. Roll the bread
  8. Cut the ends off so they’re straight and then cut in half to make two rolls
  9. Serve with Ranch dressing to dip

Sandwich Sushi Ingredients

  • Bread
  • Lunch meat or tuna
  • Carrots
  • Cucumbers
  • Ranch Dressing or mayonnaise
  • String cheese

looking down on several sushi sandwich rolls filled with turkey, carrots and cucumbers on a plate next to a small side dish of ranch dressing

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Sushi Sandwich Recipe

This easy recipe is fun lunch idea that can double as a fun appetizer idea at your next party.  Leave us a comment below and let us know what you put inside your rolls or tag us on social media because we love to see what you’ve been up to in the kitchen!

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Sandwich Sushi

A Sandwich Sushi Roll is fresh, healthy and delicious! A simple snack or lunch that the kids will love!
Course lunch
Cuisine American
Keyword sandwich, sushi
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 sandwich
Calories 150 kcal

Ingredients

  • Sliced sandwich bread
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Sliced Turkey Lunch Meat
  • Cucumber
  • Carrot
  • String Cheese

Instructions

  1. Prepare your ingredients by cutting off the crust of each bread, then flattening it with a rolling pin. Use a vegetable peeler to make thin slices of your carrot and cucumber, and use a knife to cut your string cheese into strips.
  2. Spread ranch dressing over the entire slice of bread.
  3. Lay a piece of turkey on top. Make sure you cover the whole piece of bread then fold over the extra.
  4. Layer your cheese and veggies on top of the turkey in a pattern- carrot, cucumber, cheese. Then repeat once more.
  5. Roll Up the bread, cut off both ends so they are straight, then cut the bread in half, making 2 rolls from each piece of bread.
  6. Serve it with ranch or your favorite dipping sauce... and that's it!

Recipe Video

Nutrition Facts
Sandwich Sushi
Amount Per Serving
Calories 150
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

The kids had so much fun making their own!

So what do you think? Sushi anyone???

two images, taken at different angels, of sandwich sushi rolls on a plate with a side of ranch with the words sandwich sushi inside a box dividing the two pictures

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