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Play With Your Food! These Sandwich Cutouts Create an Actual Puzzle.

By gabrielleblair |

Lunch Punch kids lunch sandwich cutout

Are you dying over that puzzle bread? It’s the coolest!

Elina posted about Lunch Punch and their easy-to-use sandwich cutouts — they make kids’ lunches lots of fun. But I just discovered the Lunch Punch Match & Munch (say that 5 times fast), featuring puzzle shapes, and think it has potential far beyond lunches.

Wouldn’t it be fun to use this cutout as inspiration for a birthday party theme? The invitations could be printed out and cut into a puzzle, then guests could put them together to find out the party info. Party games could be all about puzzles and riddles. Party favors could be puzzles as well. And of course, refreshments would be the star of the show with tiny puzzle shaped goodies.

The Lunch Punch Match & Munch comes in a set with four different puzzle shapes. Click through to see all four.Lunch Punch sandwich cutout puzzle kids

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0 thoughts on “Play With Your Food! These Sandwich Cutouts Create an Actual Puzzle.

  1. Andrea -- says:

    Okay, I’m adding the Match & Munch to my wish list! I LOVE those puzzle shapes. Very cool!

    We have lots of fun cookie cutters at our house. I let my four kids make a “puzzle sandwich” by using an ordinary cookie cutter to cut a puzzle shape out of the sandwich. Put the shape back in the bread outline, put on a plate, and voila!–you have a puzzle sandwich. (Sorry, cutting off the crusts is not an option here, folks.)

  2. Katherine Garvey says:

    The days of “don’t play with your food” are so over! I love love this! Since we’re talking sandwiches here, these coasters are the cutest, and would probably be used more for fun over function, but:

  3. Damaris says:

    Ha! this is brilliant. I love it.

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