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As a kid, you may have had a Smuckers Uncrustable in your packed lunchbox, or maybe you pack them for your little one today. The peanut butter and jelly sandwich seals in all the flavor without the crust. However, you can technically make an “uncrustable” sandwich with this $12 sandwich sealer on Amazon.
The BigLeef Sandwich Cutter, Sealer and Decruster makes ordinary sandwiches into sandwich pockets. You can seal your sandwich and remove the crust to make a 4-inch by 4-inch pocket in seconds.
Shop: BigLeef Sandwich Cutter, Sealer and Decruster, $11.99
Get as creative as you want with your fixings. Stuff your sandwich pocket with tuna salad, avocado salad, turkey and cheese, or stick with the classic peanut butter and jelly. With the sides sealed, the filling will stay put and won’t burst out the sides. And for easy cleanup, you can toss the sandwich sealer in the dishwasher when finished.
Over 1,100 Amazon reviewers give the device 5 out of 5 stars, with some calling it a “game-changer.”
“I like that it’s easy to use. Even a 5-year-old could use it!” wrote one Amazon reviewer. “I used it to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for a snack! It was a hit! I even prepped some to take for lunch.”
“I have a daughter who likes shredded cheese and pepperoni sandwiches (basically an uncooked pizza), and she gets mad when the cheese falls out. This device has been perfect at keeping all the goodies inside the sandwich,” wrote another.
If you like making sandwiches, just wait until you try this sandwich sealer. Although, if you’re willing to spend a little more, you can make your sandwiches into various shapes like hearts, Mickey Mouse ears or stars with this $22 set of sandwich cutters too.
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