Tuesday, June 4, 2013

mini ham sammies

 
on sunday's i clean out the fridge and things that are coming up on expiration i try to use.. i had a can of biscuits in the fridge {not sure why i buy them and then never use them until they are about to expire *eyeroll*} and it wasn't quite lunch time and breakfast had been hours ago so i whipped up these little mini sandwiches.. they actually were very tasty.. and so easy.. they would be perfect to nosh on during a game or race.. maybe a kids party.. or like i did as a mid morning snack.. :) ever see that movie mermaids with cher? she only would serve "appetizer" type food as meals?? i think i want to do that sometime.. only serve appetizers for breakfast, lunch a dinner.. hmm might have to try it.. plus i love that movie..


i still have a few boxes of these cute little sword toothpicks from jessie's pirate themed baby shower so i try to use them whenever i can.. i think they make the sammies cute.. :) yeah i called food cute.. it drives pete insane when i say things like i got a nice roast ha ha he laughs and says how do you know it's nice, maybe it's mean.. blah blah and proceeds to tease me.. ha "jerk" he he 


mini ham sammies

prep time: 10 minutes
cooking time: 12-15 minutes
servings: 16 appetizers

ingredients:

1 can (16.3) pillsbury grand biscuits
4 slices of swiss cheese
8 slices of thin deli sliced ham
honey dijon mustard {or spicy mustard would be good too}
16 pickle slices {mine were spicy garlic garden vlasic.. so yummy}

directions:

preheat oven to 375 degrees {f}.. press each biscuit down with the palm of your hand.. spread 4 of the flattened biscuits with dijon mustard.. top with 2 slices of ham and a slice of swiss cheese and top with other flatted biscuit.. then cut each sandwich into 1/4's {by slicing before you bake them the edges get cooked and golden brown also}.. place on a lined baking sheet and bake for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.. remove from oven and top each quarter with a pickle slice and secure with a tooth pic.. serve with extra mustard on the side..


enjoy and get cook'n!!

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