There’s nothing better on a cold day than grilled cheese and tomato soup. Most of the year I don’t crave hot food, especially for lunch. But then it gets cold, and everything changes. I could eat grilled cheese for lunch and dinner for probably a month straight before I even got remotely sick of it. Then I’d pick up a new flavor of goat cheese and be good to go for another month. If you feel like venturing out of your normal grill cheese routine this fall or winter, try one or more of the following seasonal, mouthwatering grilled cheese recipes.
Brie and cranberry is one of the all-time best flavor combinations. Finishing the grilled cheese with apple adds the perfect amount of crunch and creates the ideal fall sandwich recipe.
Sweet potato and kale grilled cheese is packed with fall flavor and nutrition. I love the addition of caramelized red onions.
Sometimes simple is best, and pairing apple and gouda for fall grilled cheese is no exception. The apple softens slightly, still giving you a little crunch with so much flavor, contrasting perfectly with the cheese.
Making grilled cheese with a bagel is brilliant, especially for fall and winter, when we tend to crave heartier meals. Including both pear and apple is also ideal for fall, and the caramelized onion takes the flavor over the top.
Using both cheddar and brie for grilled cheese is great. Cheddar gives it a classic grilled cheese flavor, and the brie adds something a little special. Plus you get so much melty cheese. Apple finishes off the sandwich for a perfect fall recipe.
You can create restaurant-worthy grilled cheese right in the comfort of your own kitchen, and for a fraction of the price. Amanda creates a gourmet grilled cheese with herbed caramelized onions, Gruyere, and white cheddar cheese, all cooked in a savory rosemary butter.
You know that I can’t do a recipe round-up without including at least one or two dishes from Jessica. Eggplant parmesan grilled cheese is the perfect example of how Jessica takes iconic recipes and gives them a modern twist that doesn’t feel pretentious. The recipe couldn’t be easier either.
Creamy tomato soup shooters with grilled cheese sticks gives you the comfort food you want in a delivery system worthy of a fall gathering. You’re sure to wow family and friends with this charming autumn appetizer.
Do you have any fall or winter grilled cheese recipes?
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