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Oh so simple! This was probably the fastest lunch I've ever made, lol. Fast, simple, good - what else is there?! Thanks MaeEast for a great quick lunch! Made for Adopt a Tag 2009.
When you're hungry and in a hurry, this recipe will take care of both those problems for you. There was some provolone leftover from last weeks sandwiches, so I used up today. I had to try this using the butter for the kids. But for myself, I have been making mine dry for the last 5 years, no butter, as I like to cut calories whenever I can. Made for *Zaar Cookbooks Tag 2009* game
I had this for breakfast and it was delicious and so quick and easy! I wanted something a little more substantial than plan ol' toast and this fit the bill perfectly! I used low calorie honey wheat bread, fat free American cheese and butter spray. So not not only was this yummy, it was low calorie too! Thanks so much for posting this!
I also used some shredded cheddar along with the american--was amazed how quick and tasty it was... Thanks!
LOL...This is wonderful. When the stove is clean and all of the pans are put away, you can still enjoy melted cheese. I've been making these for over twenty years and still enjoy them.. Try different cheeses and different seasonings too.
very nice alternative to heating up the stove top. thank you for such a neat idea.
For ease this gets a five. I tried it thinking it would not be any good this way. I was shocked...it was actually very tasty and quick. I made one for my kids and they loved it. I am assuming it could possibly be lower in fat made this way if you go way easy (or omit)the butter. Yummy & quick!
This is so quick and easy! Such a great remedy to waiting for a frying pan to heat up! I have a coworker that uses this shortcut all the time for his grandson's grilled cheese sammiches. I have tried it out and it is a true lifesaver!
This was so easy! My son gobbled it right up. Thanks Charlotte J
well, this is it if you want grilled cheese in a hurry and it doesn't get any simpler. I've been making this for years actually, and prefer it with a really good sharp cheddar or thick-cut Gouda on multi-grain bread.