Toasted Grilled Cheese Sandwich

"Super easy and quick way to make grilled cheese. My daughter loves these almost as much as the ones I do in the pan on top of stove."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Toast bread in toaster to desired level.
  • Put butter on one slice and mayo on the other.
  • Put cheese in between slices of bread.
  • Wrap a moist papertowel around sandwich and put in microwave for 20 sec.
  • Enjoy.

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Reviews

  1. IB Alumni
    These are a huge hit with the kids at the before and after school program where I work. We serve breakfast and only have access to a toaster and microwave. The kids prefer them without the mayo or butter and I use 2 slices of cheese. Served with a side of fruit and some juice or milk. These are a nice change from oatmeal, cereal, and bacon and egg bagels.
     
  2. teresas
    I really enjoyed the ease of preparation but was not crazy about the mayo. I also found that the bread got a bit soft. Might be that I didn't toast it enough or my paper towel was too moist. I really like the idea and plan to prepare it again without mayo and more toasted bread. I could see adding some thinly sliced ham to it. Thanks for posting. :)
     
  3. carolynyoung64
    It seems that no one likes the mayo. What's so difficult about making a grilled cheese sandwich on the stove top? If it was crispy that would be different. I think this is pure laziness and ridiculous. Just being honest.
     
  4. Sharon123
    This was new for me too and it turned out very good! I used 1 slice muenster cheese and 1 slice sharp cheddar. Yum! Thanks!
     
  5. LLJbeanies
    I make it in the toaster, but just using butter on both pieces of toast. Then I put two slices of cheese in between, and if I have bacon bits, I put some of those between the cheese. Then I put the sandwich on top of the toaster and lightly toast both sides to melt the cheese. Still crispy.
     
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