BAKED FINGER SANDWICH

I love how in a scary movie a person yells out, “Hello,?”  As if the bad guy in the kitchen is going to be like “Yeah, I’m in the kitchen.  Do you want a sandwich?”

Yes, I want a sandwich that is a finger food.  So, I decide to combine my new, favorite Lo-Carb Rollup, aka pancake, with a filling.  My thought was to drop a tablespoon of the rollup batter into a small cupcake tin, add a layer of meat, cheese, and veggies, and top it with another tablespoon of Lo-Carb Rollup batter.  What could go wrong!

INGREDIENTS:

Please see Lo-Carb Wraps from two days ago.  That’s the batter you’re going to need.

FILLING:

I used: a few pieces of bacon, fried and crumbled

2 slices of ham

one inch square of mozzarella

2 or 3 T minced yellow pepper

Yes, use whatever you have on hand.

DISTRUCTIONS:

I actually put the filling ingredients into my Ninja and made it into a mulch-like product. Don’t you just love the technical terms I use?

Next, I sprayed a muffin tin.  Then I put one tablespoon of Lo-Carb Wrap batter in the bottom of each whatchamacallit.  I topped this with a tablespoon of the filling and topped it off with one more tablespoon of Lo-Carb Wrap batter, just like I said I would.

prep

This is the experiment in process.  Wish me luck!

I baked this at about 375 degrees for about 10 or 15 minutes.  I really can’t remember.  Then I pried the little darlings out and flipped them over.  They went back into the oven for another 5 minutes.

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For the “photo shoot” I garnished these with some greens off a bouquet that’s on my kitchen table.  I sure hope that stuff isn’t toxic!

Finally – These are going to go into my husband’s lunch as weird sandwiches.  However, I think I’m going to have to think up a better name if I want him to try these.  “Better Than Sex” has already been used for cakes so that’s out.  I’ll need a little time with this.

Loveya – The Grandma

 

 

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Artist, African hand drum student, yoga neophyte, and Grandmother of 22 or so grandchildren. I enjoy cooking and writing. I value good friends and quiet times for reading.

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