Total Time
5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is so great

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. lightly toast the bread.
  2. spread with butter if you wish.
  3. spread evenly with vegemite.
  4. top with cheese.
  5. put under the grill until cheese starts to bubble.
Most Helpful

These were a staple food in our house when my girls were young :) Now they make them for their own children. If baked slowly til dried they are a good "teething rusk". Think we called them "Mouse Traps" :) I still make these as a snack or to have with a mug of soup. Thanks for posting this simple but good oldie that many from Australia & New Zealand will remember. :)

Jen T July 24, 2007

Yummy! Loved this but I love vegemite anyway you eat it!

Rainette August 11, 2006

We always had vegemite and cheese sandwiches as children too. They're great toasted (for gluten-free have to use a Vegemite sustitute as it's not GF and gluten-free bread). Even the gluten-free version isn't bad. Sometimes when we were young, my Mum would make mousetraps with Sao biscuits instead of the bread.

**Jubes** October 27, 2007