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These soft pillowy sandwiches feature fresh fruit, whipped cream and milk bread.

Servings: 6 (half) Sandwiches

  • 6 slices shokupan (milk bread) or regular white bread
  • 16 oz (2 cups) heavy cream
  • 2-3 tbsp sugar
  • 6 small strawberries stems removed
  • 1 navel orange peeled
  • 2 kiwi peeled

  1. Slice orange and kiwi to be about the same thickness as the strawberries.
  2. Add heavy cream and sugar to a large mixing bowl. Beat on high speed until stiff peaks form. Using a spatula, spread a thin layer of whipped cream across one slice of bread.
  3. Assemble fruit on the bread slice. Start with placing three fruit pieces in the center of the bread, aligned with where you will be cutting when slicing the sandwiches in half. Then add more pieces to the rest of the bread to fill the bread slice evenly with fruit. See photo in post for reference.
  4. Add whipped cream to cover any gaps between the fruit and a thin layer to cover the tops of the fruit. Place a second slice of bread on top to create a sandwich. Repeat to make the rest of your sandwiches.
  5. Wrap finished sandwiches in plastic wrap. Use a marker to draw a line on top of the plastic wrap marking the direction you will be slicing.
  6. Refrigerate the sandwiches for at least 2 hours or overnight. After 1 hour, flip the sandwiches over. This will help make sure that both the top and bottom slices of the bread will be the same since the weight of the sandwiches will slightly flatten the bottom slice of bread.
  7. Remove sandwiches from fridge when ready to serve. Using a sharp bread knife, first slice of the crusts, then slice the sandwiches in half. Serve right away.

  • Depending on how large your bread slices are, you may need additional fruit.
  • For the bread, you can make your own milk bread, buy it from Japanese bakeries or supermarkets or substitute with regular white bread.
  • The strawberries are placed into the sandwiches whole, so you want to choose smaller strawberries for the center. You can slice up larger strawberries to fill the sides of the sandwich, like I did in the photo in post.

Recipes by kirbiecravings.com.


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