Light and refreshing, our avocado grilled cheese recipe is especially delectable. The recipe makes one serving, and it can be prepared quickly, making it an excellent dish to whip up for lunch. It also features avocado and strawberries—both are packed with tons of vitamins. If you’re looking for a way to get your children to eat more fruit, then this is definitely a great dish to make for them. If you think your friends and family might enjoy making the recipe, share it with them via Facebook, Pinterst, Instagram and Twitter.
Ready to make some avocado grilled cheese? The ingredients are very straightforward. All you need are two slices of whole wheat bread, four slices of Cabot Sharp Lite50 Cheddar, four thin slices of avocado, two large organic strawberries (hulled, thinly sliced) and some cooking spray. To prepare the sandwich, place the cheese, avocado and strawberries between two slices of bread. Then place the sandwich on a Panini press or on a skillet, and cook for three to five minutes. If you decide to cook the sandwich using a skillet, simply cook both sides until they’re golden brown and crunchy.
Who doesn’t love a grilled cheese sandwich? If you’d like to make a different grilled cheese recipe, try this one for a grilled cheese with apple slices. It also features some onion and pepper jelly, which gives it some unique flavor characteristics. Cabot is a cooperative of over 800 farm families, and we take a great deal of pride in making our award-winning dairy products. We’d love to hear your thoughts about our grilled cheese recipe. After trying it, please rate and review it.
2 slices whole wheat bread
4 slices Cabot Sharp Lite50 Cheddar
4 thin slices avocado
2 large organic strawberries, hulled and thinly sliced
HEAT panini press or skillet over medium heat.
SANDWICH cheese, avocado and strawberries between bread slices. Lightly coat outside of sandwich with cooking spray (or spread lightly with margarine or butter).
COOK in press or skillet for 3 to 5 minutes or until cheese is melted and bread is golden and crisp, tuning midway if using skillet.
Recipe courtesy of Lauren Zembron, Healthy Food For Living.