Veggie Party Sandwiches

These sandwiches are a very easy and tasty combination of ingredients.

Veggie Party Sandwiches will work great for a party appetizer or as an awesome peek-in-the-fridge addition at home, but either way, they are going to go fast.

Here’s the recipe..

  • Veggie Party Sandwiches
    • 16 oz. cream cheese, softened
    • 1/2 large tomato, seeds removed, chopped as finely as possible
    • 1/2 green pepper, seeded, chopped as finely as possible
    • 1/2 medium onion, chopped as finely as possible
    • Olive oil to taste
    • Garlic salt and pepper to taste
    • 1 loaf 100% whole wheat sliced sandwich bread
    • Mix together the cream cheese, tomato, onion and pepper.
    • Add olive oil in small increments to soften the mixture until it’s in an easy-to-spread consistency.
    • Season with garlic salt and pepper.
    • Spread the mixture onto the one side of the sliced bread and assemble sandwiches.
    • Cut away the crusts and cut in quarters – either diagonally or vertical/horizontal.  It’s up to you.

Serve on a platter (or in a Ziploc in the fridge) and see them fly away.

With just a little mixture left, I ran out of whole wheat bread slices (without air bubbles) and opened a new loaf of much more dense whole wheat bread. Which needed to be compensated for, of course. Hence the super thickly-filled and colorful slices in the above picture.

More realistically, the spread can be a bit thinner and if the bread is square…triangles are great!

…because you know triangle sandwiches are way tastier. Yep.

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4 Responses to “Veggie Party Sandwiches”

  1. Those ARE so tasty!!!

    Posted by Amanda
  2. Thank you so much for posting this recipie and for bringing them to my bridal shower. They are so yummy!!!!

    Posted by Mandi Jones
  3. Sorry I didn’t have the recipe at the right time…that tends to be the way I roll. I’m glad you found my site and the recipe though! :)

  4. Ok, so i haven’t had these in a year, but they were so yummy that I kept them in the back of mind this entire time
    for the baby shower! I can’t wait to make them so I can stash some away in the fridge for after the party… just to
    make sure I have my own little supply on hand since I’m confident they might be all gone by the time the shower
    is over.

    Posted by Mandi Jones

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