These Birthday Party Sushi Sandwiches are easy for lunches, snacks, or party food!


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My guest today is Amy from Living Locurto. I call Amy’s site “Party Central” for any kind of a kid party you are thinking about – she has some great ideas to help you out!

Hi I’m Amy from Living Locurto, a blog about parties, food, crafts and free printables. I’m excited to be guest posting here today! I love to entertain and a big fan of the stay at home birthday party. I have many fond memories of my birthdays and all I had was a cake and a few friends! Making special birthday memories can be fun and easy.

I threw my daughter a fun mermaid party and the sushi sandwiches were the big hit and they were the easiest thing I made! So I thought it would be a good thing to share with you today.

Whether you entertain for kids or adults, everyone will love this easy to make dish.


Amy and I would love to hear your favorite kid party that you have been to, or a favorite easy snack that you prepared?


Birthday Party: Sushi Sandwiches are Easy
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Birthday Party Sushi Sandwiches

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
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  • Whipped Cream Cheese
  • Cheddar Cheese Slices
  • 1-2 Cucumbers
  • Turkey
  • Mustard, optional
  • White Sandwich Bread


  • Slice the cheddar cheese and cucumber into long thin pieces.
  • Cut the crusts off the bread.
  • Roll the cheese, cucumbers, cream cheese and turkey up in a piece of white bread. I also added mustard to some.
  • Slice the roll in half. Slicing with a knife helps make the roll stick.
  • Place on a plate like real sushi and watch your guests eat them up!
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If you love birthday parties like me, you can find easy to make party printables in my shop. Hope you’ll stop by! -Amy

Living Locurto is published by Amy Locurto, a graphic designer and mom of two. Amy owns Atomic Egg and is also co-owner of a photography web site I Heart Faces. Here you can find her free printables, menu plans, recipes, fun party ideas and crafts.