Make Your Next Grilled Cheese Great!
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To celebrate National Grilled Cheese month, we’ve rounded up our favorite ways to dress up your grilled cheese and make it more of a meal.
Here are a few tips:
Add some protein!
Try this Cuban-Style Grilled Cheese with ham and chicken.
Spice it up with this Chipotle BBQ Chicken Grilled Cheese.
Give it a sweet twist with fruit!
This Cheddar & Pear combo is delicious!
Give this Nectarine and Bacon Jam Grilled Cheese a whirl.
Add some Grilled Cheese Croutons to your next bowl of soup or use some to top off a salad.
Try this waffle spin on grilled cheese, Grilled Cheese Chicken Sausage Waffles.
We all know that cheese and wine are the perfect pair, but serving this classic comfort food favorite with an adult beverage instantly makes grilled cheese more grown up! Check out our guide to learn which red and white wines pair best with which grilled cheese.
These are some fun easy ways to make the standard grilled cheese sandwich a little more exciting! Give them a try and then put your thinking cap on to find even more delicious ways to enjoy your favorite sandwich.
Looking for a few more grilled cheese recipes?
Add chips and salsa for a crunchy twist!
Add some heat and healthy fats.
Add some greens!
Share with friends!
Add a little protein.
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Regan Jones is Cabot’s National Nutrition Communications Manager and the main voice behind @CabotRD on Twitter. Self-described as a “registered dietitian by education and food-lover by birth,” she writes for the Cabot Creamery Blog from her home in Georgia.