It is not a secret that I love appetizers and I definitely eat my fair share of them at every party, date night, and get together with friends. I don’t always make or choose the healthiest appetizer options, but it is nice to enjoy one that is on the lighter side (compared to most that I eat). Cucumber Sandwiches are one of my favorite appetizers and I am so glad my sister-in-law introduced me to these yummy snacks. When I lived in Pennsylvania, she made them for many occasions, such as birthday parties, Christmas, Easter, barbeques, and football parties, and they were always an appetizer I could not stop eating. They are super addictive and always a crowd pleaser. Since I have moved to Arizona, I have made Cucumber Sandwiches many times and they still remain to be a favorite. I make a huge platter every time, but they disappear very quickly. I made them as one of my appetizers to take to Aubrey’s Super Bowl potluck and they were again a huge hit. Cucumber Sandwiches are amazing for any occasion, but keep them in mind for summer because they are a great, refreshing appetizer to enjoy on a warm (blazing hot in Arizona) day!
- 8 oz cream cheese softened
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- .7 oz packet dry Italian seasoning
- 1 seedless cucumber
- 1 loaf of baguette bread
- 1 tbsp dill weed for sprinkling, please add more if you'd like
- Cut baguette bread into thin slices
- In a bowl, mix cream cheese, mayonnaise, and italian seasoning packet until well combined
- Peel and slice cucumber
- Spread cream cheese mixture on each slice of baguette bread
- Place a cucumber slice on top of the cream cheese mixture
- Sprinkle dill weed over all of the cucumber sandwiches
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