Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Aren’t Just For Kids!

In honor of June being Dairy Month (and because I LOVE cheese), I thought I would put together a list of grilled cheese sandwiches to try.  These aren’t just your plain, old American cheese on white bread sandwiches, these ooey-gooey delights are master pieces!  Click on the link for the recipe and celebrate Dairy Month with some vigor!

1. The Flat Iron

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Wisconsin Brie, crispy bacon, hash browns, and a fried egg on French toast -start your morning off with this deliciousness.

2. Bleu Cheese & Onion

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Rye bread, muenster cheese, bleu cheese and caramelized onions….probably not going to get your kids to eat this one.  Mmmmm, but it sounds divine to me!

  1. Bacon & Pickles

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I never would have thought to add pickles to a grilled cheese sandwich!  Now it is all I can think about.  Cheese, bacon, pickles…what could go wrong?

4. Honey Basil Grilled Cheese

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Mozzarella, fontina, fresh basil, tomatoes and honey.  Feed your Italian side with this creation.

5. Grilled Portobello & Cheese

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I am a big mushroom fan, so this one excites me. Boursin and provolone cheeses, roasted tomato and Portobello mushrooms.  However, I have never heard of Boursin cheese; going to have to look that one up.

  1. Gruyere with Caramelized Onions 

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Oh baby, this one has my name written all over it. Gruyere cheese and caramelized onions.  Simple enough.

  1. Grilled Apple & Swiss

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A few of Wisconsin’s finest products, apples and cheese. Not sure how I feel about this one, but I love Swiss cheese.  It is worth a try!  Perhaps add some bacon?

  1. The Dagwood

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Smoked ham, Swiss & American cheese, tomato and red onion on sourdough; what’s not to like?

  1. The Biloxi

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This sandwich features fontina cheese,  pulled barbecue pork, and creamy coleslaw.  My mouth is watering.  Get. in. my. belly.

10.  Grilled Avacodo & Pepper Jack Sandwich

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I’m not a Pepper Jack fan, so you won’t find me chowing down on this one.  Grilled avocado, tomato, sweet onions and Pepper Jack cheese on sourdough. I have a few family members who are wild about this spicy cheese, so I felt I better include old Pepper Jack in the list.

 

How many will you try?  What is your favorite??

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