Are you looking for a light bite that is simple and delicious? Wait until you try this cucumber sandwich with cream cheese recipe. It’s the perfect accompaniment to any summer picnic, tea party or brunch.
I am a huge fan of cucumbers.
Love to grow them.
Love to eat them.
And am always looking for ways to use them in recipes during the summer so I can use my garden harvest.
One of my favorite cucumber recipes is this light, simple and delicious cucumber sandwich with cream cheese.
My family and I have been making it for tea parties.
But they are also the perfect dish for a picnic date!
Wait until you try them!
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Why Are Cucumber Sandwiches So Good?
Cucumber sandwiches are great to serve because they are light, refreshing and very inexpensive to make.
My family loves to enjoy them often when we host tea parties and brunches,
Will Cucumber Make Sandwiches Watery?
Cucumbers can make sandwiches watery if not made fresh.
When preparing cucumber sammies, it’s best to make them just prior to an event.
That said, when there is a barrier on both slices of the bread, such as cream cheese, that helps keep the moisture away from the bread.
How Far Ahead Can you Make Cucumber Sandwiches?
You can gather all of the ingredients and slice up the cucumbers ahead of time, but not more than a day.
However, I would hold off making cucumber sandwiches until you are within a few hours of serving.
How Do You Keep Cucumber Sandwiches From Getting Soggy?
The answer is to add a barrier between the bread and the sliced cucumbers.
In this recipe, we spread whipped cream cheese on both slices of bread.
Cucumber Sandwiches Work Well With a Picnic Date Menu Too
As part of our monthly virtual supper club, my friends and I are celebrating the 4th of July with an amazing dinner party.
We shared our picnic date ideas, and now we are sharing the incredible menu.
If you are visiting from my friend good friend Michele’s from Vintage Home Designs welcome!
How to Make a Cucumber Sandwich With Cream Cheese
This cucumber sandwich with cream cheese recipe is so good and so easy to make!
There are very few ingredients needed for this recipe.
But I love that I can use the cucumber harvest from my garden!
Do you grow cucumbers too?
If you do or if you want to learn some best practices for growing cucumbers, CLICK HERE.
In addition to making this cucumber sandwich with cream cheese recipe, I love to use my garden harvest in this cucumber salad with dill recipe.
It’s the perfect side dish for any grilled menu.
Notes About Cucumber Sandwich With Cream Cheese
While I recommend using fresh cucumbers from the garden or local farmer’s market, any cucumbers you find at your local grocery store will do.
Because I love to grow cucumbers, I’m always looking for ways to use them in recipes which is why I’m tying this one to my garden.
If you aren’t growing your own cucumbers, no worries, head to your favorite market and pick some up.
Because there are two types of cream cheese, block and whipped, I prefer the whipped kind because it’s easier to spread.
But you can use whichever kind you like or have on hand.
You can make cucumber sandwiches with cream cheese with any kind of bread you want, but I think it’s best with a thin-sliced variety.
Cucumber Sandwich with Cream Cheese
- 8 oz Whipped Cream Cheese
- 2 Cucumbers Thin Sliced
- 1 loaf Thin-sliced bread
- Slice cucumbers thin.
- Spread a thin layer of cream cheese on two slices of bread.
- Top one with sliced cucumbers.
- Put the two pieces of bread together to form a sandwich.
- Cut off the crust.
- Cut into triangles.
- Serve and enjoy!
Next up on the menu is Rachel from The Ponds Farmhouse.
Her dish sounds soooo good.
Wait until you check it out!
Get the Rest of the Picnic Date Menu Here
How amazing do these dishes look for our picnic date?
From cocktails, to appetizers, side dishes, and desserts, we have your next picnic date covered!
On the photos below, click on the blog name to view the recipe.
- The Best Citrus Rosemary Cocktail You’ve Ever Had
- Refreshing Cucumber Sandwich with Cream Cheese (you are here)
- Rotisserie Chicken Salad Served in a Toasty Croissant
- The Best Creamy Broccoli Salad
- Amazing No Bake Lemon Bars in a Jar
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