Any sandwich can be a tea sandwich, as long as it's sliced into neat, nearly-bite-size pieces. Here are some of our favorites -- adapted from "Pink Princess Tea Parties" by Barbara Beery -- to get you started. For extra fanciness on a special occasion like a Mother's Day Tea Party, use a cookie cutter to punch out shapes from your sandwich bread.
Spread wheat bread with honey-walnut cream cheese (made by combining 1 package of softened cream cheese with 1/4 cup of chopped walnuts and 2 tablespoons of honey). Top with sliced pears and a second slice of bread.
Cover white bread with herbed cream cheese, tomato slices, and minced black olives.
Top thin slices of baguette with Nutella and sliced bananas.
Fill mini pita breads with hummus and slices of cucumber and tomato.
Sandwich sliced turkey and provolone between two pieces of wheat bread spread with basil pesto.
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