Stuffed Monster Heads
These simple sandwiches are super fast and easy to make and even young children can make them easily with a little assistance. And they are so cute! Any type of round roll and filling can be used - we just liked the color of these dark pumpernickel rolls and our taste testers were fond of tuna. Don't make these too far in advance as the pretzels get a bit soggy if they are left in the filling for a long time. Squeeze ketchup or mayonnaise can be used in place of the mustard if desired and if your little goblins don't like mustard. Regular old sandwich bread cut into circles also makes a great looking spiderwich too!
4 small round pumpernickel rolls
1/2 cup tuna salad
36 pretzel sticks
Squeeze yellow mustard
Slice the rolls in half, or have an adult pre-slice them in advance. Spread the bottom half of each roll with 2 tablespoons of the tuna salad. Add 8 pretzel sticks to each sandwich to form the pretzel legs and top with the top half of the roll. Break the last four pretzels in half and poke two halves, broken side down, into each roll to make the spider eyes. Squeeze some mustard around each "eye". Serve immediately.
Makes 4 Servings.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
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