In honor of the Columbus Day Weekend -- and the explorer who set out to prove the world was round -- make round foods tonight's family dinner theme! This easy menu -- featuring sandwich wraps cut into rounds, small round tomatoes (great finger food!), chips or crackers and cookies -- requires only the smallest amount of prep work, making it perfect for an end-of-week, kick-back-your-heels supper. The kids can even help make the sandwich wraps.
What you'll need:
- Sandwich wraps
- Your family's favorite sandwich fillings (for example, sliced turkey, ham, cheese, etc.)
- Cherry or grape tomatoes
- Baked potato chips or round crackers
- Chocolate chip cookies (homemade or store bought)
What you'll do:
To make the sandwiches, layer sandwich fillings on an open wrap. Roll up, and secure with four toothpicks (push each toothpick through center of the roll). Slice each rolled sandwich into four rounds, with a toothpick securing each round.
To serve: Create a fun display by arranging sandwich rounds, chips and tomatoes into concentric circles on a round serving platter, with the chips in the center, the tomatoes in the middle and sandwich rounds on the edge. (The kids will have to go through the vegetables to get to the chips!)