Apple Grille

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I am really getting into lunch recipes lately. I need great ideas for sending to work with Limi, and things that can go in the Munchkin’s lunch box. I have also been doing lunches differently when the munchkin and I are at home. We are eating lighter, produce-filled lunches, and it is great! I saw this sandwich Monday evening, as the munchkin and I were looking through The Friend magazine. I love apples and cheese, and it sounded like a great idea to put them on a grilled cheese sandwich with the addition of turkey! I was not disappointed at all! I am actually not the biggest fan of regular grilled cheese sandwiches. They are good, and I will eat them, but I don’t make them frequently because there isn’t anything super special about them. These Apple Grille’s, however, are awesome! Cheese and turkey, pretty good. Add the apple and it takes it over the top! I LOVE them.

I cut my own cheese slices from a blog of Colby Jack cheese. They were long and skinny, so it took 4 slices to cover one piece of bread. If you use a different kind of cheese, or pre-sliced cheese, you may not need as much cheese.



1 gala apple, core removed and thinly sliced

16 slices of cheese (enough to cover the bread)

16 slices of turkey

2 TBS butter, softened

8 slices of bread


Preheat a pancake griddle to 350 F. Butter one side of 4 pieces of bread. Place the butter side on the griddle. Lay 4 slices of cheese over each piece of bread. Lay apple pieces over the cheese, and with 4 pieces of turkey per slice of bread. Put the remaining 4 slices of bread over the grilling stacks. Butter the top side of the sandwich, and flip the sandwich to brown on the other side.  Once browned, remove from the griddle and serve.

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