Cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich Recipe

Kids love fun food, and this cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich recipe is sure to get even the pickiest eater excited about lunch.

Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich
Let’s make cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich.

LET’S MAKE A CHOCOLATE SPOTTED PB&J PUPPY SANDWICH

This adorable sandwich made out of white flatbread is filled with peanut butter and jelly and decorated with chocolate spread, but it could easily be made with your child’s favorite sandwich fillings.

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Cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich RECIPE INGREDIENTS

Here’s what you need to make a Cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich.  

  • 2 pieces of white flatbread
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (or any other spread you’d like to use)
  • 2 tablespoons jelly
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate spread

directions to make a Cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich 

Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich
Cut two ovals out of the bread to be the puppy’s head. Then cut out two ears. 

Step 1

Cut two ovals out of the bread to be the puppy’s head.

Step 2

Then, cut out two ears. 

Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich
Spread the peanut butter, then jelly on one oval piece of bread.

Step 3

Spread the peanut butter, then jelly on one oval piece of bread.

Step 4

Press the pointed ends of the ears onto the PB&J so that they stick.

Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich
Put the plain white oval piece of bread on top of the PB&J. Spoon chocolate spread into a zip-top bag.

Step 5

Put the plain white oval piece of bread on top of the PB&J. Spoon chocolate spread into a zip-top bag.

Step 6

Then cut off one tip of the bag. Pipe on the puppy’s eyes, nose, and mouth.

Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich
Pipe on the puppy’s spots and cover the ears in chocolate spread.

Step 7

Pipe on the puppy’s spots and cover the ears in chocolate spread.

Step 8

Then finally, serve to a happy kid!

variations for a Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich

I created this sandwich using white flatbread just so the puppy had a nice smooth face.

White sandwich bread will work as well, and if you prefer using whole wheat bread, you can do that too. Your puppy will just be tan instead of white. Both will look equally cute!! 

I know many kids have peanut allergies, so just make the necessary changes so that this can be served to your child. If you use meat inside the sandwich, you could use dark rye bread and pipe on white cream cheese spots. There are many possibilities!

Yield: Good for one kid only

Cute Chocolate Spotted PB&J Puppy Sandwich Recipe

puppy-sandwich

This adorable sandwich made out of white flat bread is filled with peanut butter and jelly, and decorated with chocolate spread, but it could easily be made with your child’s favorite sandwich fillings.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 pieces of white flat bread
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (or any other spread you’d like to use)
  • 2 tablespoons jelly
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate spread

Instructions

  1. Cut two ovals out of the bread to be the puppies head. Then cut out two ears. 
  2. Spread the peanut butter, then jelly on one oval piece of bread.
  3. Press the pointed ends of the ears onto the PB&J so that they stick.
  4. Put the plain white oval piece of bread on top of the PB&J. 
  5. Spoon chocolate spread into a zip top bag. 
  6. Then cut off one tip of the bag. Pipe on the puppy’s eyes, nose, and mouth.
  7. Pipe on the puppy’s spots  and cover the ears in chocolate spread.
  8. Then finally, serve to a happy kid!

Notes

I know many kids have peanut allergies, so just make the necessary changes so that this can be served to your child. If you use meat inside the sandwich, you could use dark rye bread and pipe on white cream cheese spots. There are many possibilities!

More Fun Recipes for Kids 

All of the yummy recipes down below are wacky and fun, the kids will love everything about them! 

Did your children love eating and making these chocolate spotted PB&J puppy sandwiches? 

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