Grown Up Grilled Cheese

You could spend the rest of your life eating gluten free white bread slathered in margarine with slices of American cheese in between. You could do that if nothing else were available . . . But that’s gross whether you can eat gluten or not, and you can do SO much better than that — like the awesome sandwich my sister came up with that I am sharing with y’all   today!

Ingredients:

Set up is simple. Butter two slices of bread,  put the cream cheese on the other sides of the bread. After that, put a thick slice of swiss on both of the cream cheese sides of the sandwich. Add a spoonful of the tomatoes in the center. Cook your grilled cheese on a stovetop in a pan on medium low heat until the cheese is melty, and the bread is golden brown. If you prefer, put it on a griddle or electric skillet at 350 degrees until golden brown. Place on a plate cut diagonally, or however you prefer your sandwiches cut . . . and enjoy!

Give this sandwich a try! I’m pretty sure you’ll like it.

What’s y’all’s favorite grilled cheese combination? Let me know in the comments!

Hope you have had a tremendous Thursday!
Love,
Olivia
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The Tale of the UFO Flatbread.

One chilly February day in the hills of East Tennessee a girl decided to attempt making Gluten Free bread. Naturally she started it off by searching Pinterest for Easy Gluten Free Bread recipes, which resulted in finding a recipe for Gluten Free Flatbread from A Girl Defloured. She proceeded to make that recipe with Krusteaz Gluten Free All Purpose Flour. And the dough turned out exactly as it should. But, because she was out of parchment paper she used foil to line the stones on which she planned to bake the flatbread. She baked them, but the foil screwed with the flatbread texture. Which resulted in the backs of the flatbread having a shiny look to them. Hence . . . the UFO statement in the title of this post. 😉

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Anyways, the flavor is alright. I wouldn’t recommend eating them on their own, but with any kinds of topping/ filling . . . they’re really quite tasty. I made Honey BBQ Chicken from Love, Pomegranate House, and used a flatbread sliced in half as a bun. See:
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Y’all should try out this recipe. Just make sure to use a silpat or a piece of parchment paper instead of foil in order to not end up with UFO flatbreads.

Let me know if y’all have made anything Gluten Free that didn’t turn out as expected in the comments below!

Have a Terrific Thursday!
Love,
Olivia