Freezing Sandwiches?

Can you freeze sandwiches (deli meat and cheese) without them becoming soggy or stale tasting when they defrost in the lunchbox? I would love to make all the sandwiches for my kids on Sunday night and just pull them out of the freezer each morning. I'd rather make 15 sandwiches at once in assembly line fashion to save time on weekday mornings. Also, can you freeze sliced deli meat when it's on sale and use weeks later?

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August 31, 20170 found this helpful

I've read that if you layer the bread slice with a very thin spread of butter, it might keep the sandwiched from getting too soggy. But I really don't know of a good way to make and freeze sandwiches. Maybe you could freeze the meats in individual portions, enough for one sandwich, then add it the the lunch box with separate bread and fixings. Your child could put it together at lunch time.

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