Let’s make the yogurt cream. Add the sugar to the cold whipping cream. Strain the yogurt for about 2 hours and then add it to the cream.
Place the bottom of the bowl in ice water and whip the cream with a hand mixer. When it reaches the desired peak stage, the yogurt cream is ready.
Let’s cut the fruits. Slice the kiwi fruit into 5~6mm (0.2") slices and then peel the skin.
Remove the stem end of the strawberries and slice them into 5~6mm (0.2") slices.
Peel the banana and slice it into 5~6mm (0.2") slices as well.
Let’s make the fruit sandwiches. Spoon the yogurt cream onto the sliced bread. Place the sliced kiwi fruit onto the cream layer and then cover it with the cream.
Fold the bread into a triangle, aligning the edges. Align the bread cutter along the crusts but make sure to leave a little space.
Use your weight to press the cutter, separating the bread crusts. Remove the cutter and now the triangular sandwich is ready.
Next, we will show you how to make a rectangular sandwich. Place the strawberry slices onto the cream layer and then cover with another dollop of cream.
Fold the sliced bread into a rectangle and place the cutter onto it. Press and remove the crusts.
Now, the rectangular sandwich is ready.
Finally, let’s make the mixed fruit sandwich. Place the kiwi fruit, strawberry and banana slices onto the cream layer. Spread more yogurt cream onto the fruits.
Cover the fillings with another slice of bread. Cut out the bread crusts with the cutter.
Now, the square mixed fruit sandwich is ready.
Place them onto a plate and cover with plastic wrap. Chill the sandwiches for 30 minutes to 1 hour so that you can easily cut them with a knife.
Using fresh, moist bread will help to wrap the fillings easily.
Be careful not to place too much fillings otherwise the bread will tear and the edges will open.
The left-over crusts can be used for bread pudding or breadcrumbs.