Mini Cucumber Sandwiches

Simplicity at it’s best. These cucumber sandwiches are dainty, cute and filled with a whole lot of flavor!

Cucumber Sandwich

Sharing is caring with Cucumber Sandwiches

When I say food is my way of showing love, I mean it. My good friend absolutely loves these mini cucumber sandwiches, any chance that I get, I’ll whip up a batch and await her ginormous smile. I laugh inside knowing she will not share one mini sandwich, not even one tiny bite if she had a choice.

This being tiny cucumber sandwiches some how makes me feel that it’s appropriate to eat more of them. Funny how putting things into small bites can actually make it seem less guilty.

How to assemble Cucumber Sandwiches

Suggestion, blend the sandwich mixture the night prior to assembling your cucumber sandwiches. This step is not necessary but allows all the ingredients to get to know each other.

When ready to assemble your sandwiches, remove the mixture from the fridge so it can soften for about 15 minutes before spreading. Cut one small bread square to use as a guide making them all uniformed in size. Spread a desired amount of mixture onto evenly cut dark rye slices and give the sides a sprinkle of dill to seal in all that goodness.

When to make Mini Cucumber Sandwiches

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Cucumber Sandwiches

Cucumber Sandwich Recipe


Ingredients

Scale
  • 1 package of dark rye bread
  • 1 brick cream cheese
  • 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise
  • 5 tablespoons yellow onion
  • 3/4 cup seedless cucumber
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Dill to taste plus more for garnish

Instructions

  1. Soften cream cheese to room temperature
  2. Add mayonnaise and cream cheese to medium sized bowl and mix well
  3. Finely chop onion
  4. Peel and finely chop cucumber
  5. Add onion, cucumber, dill, salt and pepper
  6. Refrigerate over night
  7. Cut bread in small rectangular or square pieces
  8. Spread mixture onto each bread and sprinkle sides with dill to finish
  9. Makes 12-15 mini sandwiches
  10. Double recipe if needed
  • Category: Appetizer
What is a traditional cucumber sandwich?

This British invention is a combination of cream cheese, mayonnaise, cucumber and a few spices then spread onto bread (traditionally white).

How to make cucumber tea sandwiches?

Tea cucumber sandwiches are simply cucumber sandwiches that are cut into mini bite sized finger foods.

How to store cucumber sandwiches?

Once the cucumber sandwiches are assembles you may store in an air tight container for up to 24 hours.

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4 Comments

  1. These were absolutely delicious!!!! Heaven in my mouth! Haha! I will be making these again… A total hit in my house. 🙂 thanks for the wonderful recipe.

  2. Made these for a baby shower. Everyone love them. A perfect addition to the party.

    • Whisking Mama

      These are a great appetizer for baby showers, wedding showers, and house warming’s 😉 So glad everyone loved the recipe!

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