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Grilled Cheese Snacks

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Grilled Cheese Snacks
Grilled Cheese Snacks
Course Snacks
Servings
flexable
Ingredients
Course Snacks
Servings
flexable
Ingredients
Grilled Cheese Snacks
Instructions
  1. Get griddle or pan hot.
  2. Butter one side of two pieces of bread.
  3. Place butter sides down on a clean plate or surface.
  4. Place a slice of cheese on both sides of bread
  5. Then add any other additional ingredients you like in the middle.
  6. Place stacked sandwich on hot surface, press down with a spatula, flip when sandwich is desired amount of crispy brown.
Recipe Notes

Cheese is so good for you, some cheesy facts:
It takes 500 ml of milk to make 500 g of cheese.
Cheese is the No. 2 source of dietary calcium.
Cheese is more than just calcium, it also provides high-quality protein needed to help you stay healthy.
For those with lactose intolerance, cheese can be an important source of calcium.
Natural cheeses such as Cheddar, Colby, Monterey Jack, mozzarella and Swiss contain minimal amounts of lactose, because most of the lactose is removed when the curds are separated from the whey in the cheese making process.
Most dairy foods are gluten-free.
Natural cheeses are gluten-free and in the case of cheeses that have added flavours or are processed, check the food label’s ingredient list to make sure ingredients sourced from wheat, barley or rye are not added.

By Sheila

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