Hey pixels!! Vegetarian sandwiches and cakes have had a child: the sandwich cake!!! It has the best from both parents: it’s healthy, fresh and yummy!! Can it be better? I doubt it…

This has been my lunch today (and a bowl of vegetable soup), and I can tell you, my happy pixels, it has been yummy. I love it. It was the first time doing this recipe, but it won’t be the last.

sandwich cake 4

This is the recipe I’ve used today, but of course, you can change it and use your favourite sandwich ingredients. The result will be good.

Ingredients:

  • 6 sandwich bread slices
  • 1 egg
  • vegan maio
  • 5-6 sticks of vegan surimi
  • 1 small can of vegan tuna (about 85g)

Directions:

Boil the egg; allow it to cool.

Make the vegan maio (you’ll find the directions here.)

Using a round mold or a glass, remove the bread crust, leaving the slices on a round shape. So, they will act as round cake layers.

Cut into small pieces the surimi and the egg. Mix them in a bowl with the tuna and 1 1/2 tablespoons of vegan maio. (Leave a bit of surimi to decorate).

sandwich cake 1

To assemble the cake, act as if it was a sweet one. Start with a bread layer, cover it with salad and finish with the last bread slice. (see photo below)

sandwich cake 2

And now, the frosting. Use the vegan maio as if it was a sweet frosting, covering the entire cake with it. Decorate with surimi slices.

Note: feel free to change the ingredients; use your favourites.

What do you think about savory cakes and cupcakes? Are you going to try this one? If you do so, why not instagram a picture of your version? Use the hashtag #thehappiestpixel.