Lunch Punch FAQs
What are the Top Tips for use?
Use Fresh Bread. Soft, fresh bread works best. Dry, old bread doesn’t go into the shape as well and is difficult to cut.
Use A Cutting Board. Make sure your surface is 100% flat. Plates are not 100% flat, even though they often appear to be. If you have trouble cutting all the way through your sandwich the first step is to switch to a cuttingboard instead of a plate.
Press down firmly. Place BOTH hands on top of The Lunch Punch® and press straight down, hard into the sandwich. You will need to press down rather firmly. Its not difficult, but give it a very big push down to begin with. Then if you need a little extra kick to make the cut all the way though…
Twist it back and forth a few times. Once you’ve pressed down as hard as you can then twist the cutter back and forth a few times. When you hear the plastic cutter scrapping on the cutting board you know it is cut completely through. The pressure and twisting you need to cut a sandwich may vary. Often the ease of the cut will depend on the sandwich fillings you use (example: peanut butter, obviously, being easier to cut than ham).
Note: Results may vary. Please be aware this is a food preparation tool. Like any food preparation, your results will vary with the kind of food you use and the amount of Lunch Punch® making experience you have. The more Lunch Punch® sandwiches you make the better you will be at it – just like baking a cake. Environmental factors may play a role too. Kids screaming in the background, being late for school or being a walking zombie from feeding the baby all night may affect how your lunch punched sandwich looks when it is finished. Wish I had a tool to fix all that. Until then, enjoy The Lunch Punch® . That’s why it’s here; to be a happy little helper for you.
Is Lunch Punch Dishwasher safe?
Yes it is