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Cranberry Grilled Cheese

Cranberry Grilled Cheese


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“A tart twist on the crisp, comfort-food classic.” —Dawn Perry, senior food editor

Ingredients

  • ½ cup grated mild cheddar
  • ¼ cup coarsely chopped fresh cranberries

Recipe Preparation

  • Combine cheddar with cranberries. Spread both sides of 4 slices sandwich bread with butter; spread mustard over 2 slices and top with cheese mixture. Close sandwiches. Heat a dry medium skillet over medium and cook sandwiches, pressing down occasionally, until golden brown and cheese is melted, about 4 minutes per side.

Nutritional Content

Calories (kcal) 372 Fat (g) 24 Saturated Fat (g) 14 Cholesterol (mg) 61 Carbohydrates (g) 25 Dietary Fiber (g) 5 Total Sugars (g) 4 Protein (g) 15 Sodium (mg) 500Reviews SectionSuper easy to make and pretty good, but nothing outstanding.

Cheddar Cranberry Grilled Cheese

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This Brie, Apple, and Cranberry Grilled Cheese Just Screams Fall — and It's Damn Delicious

It's always fun to put a new spin on a classic favorite. Enter: this apple, cranberry, and brie grilled cheese. It's so much more fun than just a plain grilled cheese, and dare I say it's the perfect fall meal? Yep, I'm saying it!

This recipe from Recipe Girl evokes the colder weather with fall and winter flavors like apple and cranberry. The sweetness from the apple and the tartness from the cranberry are toned down by the creamy cheese, which is gooey, melty, and oh so good. But the best part? There's a little bit of Sauvignon Blanc in the recipe, too. You can easily leave that out if you want a booze-free version, but it's a nice touch to include and gives it a really unique kick that ties all the ingredients together. Find the whole recipe ahead, and make it for yourself at home!


Cranberry Brie Grilled Cheese

I was the girl at the grocery store at 7:30am the day after Thanksgiving. It was me and the dude replenishing the fresh cranberry produce display. We made eye contact, and I hustled away before I could register confusion and judgement in his eyes. To be fair… I was in the grocery (with a bit of a turkey-induced hangover) for two very specific items: fresh bread and brie cheese. I just felt like these were the best two items with which to make my Thanksgiving leftovers shine. I’ll tackle the stuffing and mashed potatoes later. First things first: cranberry sauce, bread, cheese, spicy mustard and go!

I could totally just eat cranberry sauce with a spoon, but bread, cheese, and mustard make most everything better.

If this sandwich looks devastatingly close to the Jalapeno Jack Grilled Cheese I made a few months ago… well, it is very similar. I have a deep love for edible things that melt and drip.

When you start with good ingredients, it feels like nothing can go wrong. Here we have a whole grain sourdough (still warm from my awkwardly early morning grocery run), creamy Brie cheese, whole grain mustard, unsalted butter, and the crown jewel… leftover cranberry sauce!

It’s a sort of smash-and-smear situation.

Oh… and I’m a person that enthusiastically eats Brie cheese rind and all. Get in there!

I love the way the spicy, sharp mustard plays with the sweet, tart cranberry sauce.

Now… if you don’t have cranberry sauce, there’s a recipe here. Don’t fret though… a chunky cherry or fig jam would also be most lovely.

This sandwich is exactly as supreme as it looks. The bread is buttery crisp and the insides are sweet and robust and utterly creamy-divine. It’s one part fancy, one part expensive, and one part leftovers. So much good in just one sandwich.

Cranberry Brie Grilled Cheese

makes one sandwich, but you should make as many as necessary

1 tablespoon unsalted butter, softened

1 heaping tablespoon whole grain mustard

a good hunk of Brie cheese

It feels silly to give written directions for a fancy grilled cheese sandwich, but let’s just work through this ritual.

Butter one side of each slice of bread. Place bread butter side down on a cutting board and slather one side of the bread with mustard and the other side of bread with cranberry sauce.

Generously smear Brie cheese (rind and all) atop the mustard side of the bread (it’s less messing than smearing cheese on cranberry). Join the two slices together, but don’t smash them together.

Head a non-stick skillet over medium-low heat. Place sandwich in heated pan butter side down. Flip when bottom has turned a golden brown. Brown on each side. Remove from pan and allow to rest for 5 minutes before slicing. Slice in two. Serve immediately.


Cranberry and Kale Grilled Cheese

The cranberries are simmered with honey and habanero until the chunky sauce is formed. Spread it on the bread after you put on the first layer of cheese. The kale is just sauteed with a little oil and salt before it is added to the sandwich. Cook with a little butter until both sides are nice and brown and the cheese is melted. I like to use a cover even though I am cooking them on a flat grill. Just grab any pan cover and place it over the sandwich while it cooks. You aren't gonna get the recipe for those squash rings for a bit so hold tight.

Ingredients

This tasty Brie and Cranberry Sandwich requires just a few simple ingredients. Here's what you'll need:

  • Bread - Choose a firm, bakery-style white bread with thick slices. This Nature's Own Perfectly Crafted White Bread is my fave!
  • Cranberry Sauce - Use leftover cranberry sauce from your holiday feast, or substitute jam or chutney so you can make this grilled cheese year round.
  • Brie Cheese - If you're willing to share, one seven-ounce (198 gram) piece of cheese is enough for about three sandwiches. And by the way, this recipe is an excellent way to use up leftover brie, too.
  • Butter - Both salted and unsalted will work fine.

Substitution Ideas

Are cranberries out of season? No worries, because you can make this delicious sandwich with pretty much any gourmet fruit jam / spread. Fig would be tasty, but other flavors will work, too. You could also use your favorite chutney or even something like English pickle.


Ingredients

This tasty Brie and Cranberry Sandwich requires just a few simple ingredients. Here's what you'll need:

  • Bread - Choose a firm, bakery-style white bread with thick slices. This Nature's Own Perfectly Crafted White Bread is my fave!
  • Cranberry Sauce - Use leftover cranberry sauce from your holiday feast, or substitute jam or chutney so you can make this grilled cheese year round.
  • Brie Cheese - If you're willing to share, one seven-ounce (198 gram) piece of cheese is enough for about three sandwiches. And by the way, this recipe is an excellent way to use up leftover brie, too.
  • Butter - Both salted and unsalted will work fine.

Substitution Ideas

Are cranberries out of season? No worries, because you can make this delicious sandwich with pretty much any gourmet fruit jam / spread. Fig would be tasty, but other flavors will work, too. You could also use your favorite chutney or even something like English pickle.


If you made my cranberry pumpkin relish, or any other cranberry relish for that matter, you should definitely try this leftovers' grilled cheese.

The combination of flavors compliment each other exquisitely: the spice of the buffalo cheese with the sweet tang of the cranberry relish. Perfect melty goodness. And you could substitute the chicken sausages I used with extra leftover turkey if you wanted.

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Cranberry Brie Grilled Cheese

This is the easiest grilled cheese. And it's so good. You could replace the cranberry sauce with any type of jam in your fridge. (Recipe Credit: Adrianna Adarme of Fresh Tastes)

Ingredients

Directions

Adrianna Adarme is a food blogger and author living in Los Angeles, California. She writes the blog A Cozy Kitchen, where she shares comforting, everyday recipes from her kitchen. She recently authored her first cookbook, PANCAKES: 72 Sweet and Savory Recipes for the Perfect Stack. She’s a lover of breakfast, pie (and sometimes even pie for breakfast), corgis and cute things. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.


Melty Camembert and Cranberry Grilled Cheese

This weekend I’m headed to, like, four or five holiday parties, which is crazy amazing. Thank you, friends, for inviting me! I’m usually super low-key in the month of December. It’s often a time for me to chill with Amelia with fluffy socks in bed but I have to say, I’m super excited!

The next week is a whirlwind while I tie some loose-end-of-year ends, get my holiday shopping done and prep for some traveling.

During this holiday season, I like super simple little meals and snacks. This is as simple as can be: three main ingredients, complementing flavors and it comes together very quickly!

For this post, I teamed up with Ozery Bakery. If you’re unfamiliar with their bread, then you’re in for a delicious surprise. I keep their whole wheat buns in the freezer, and whenever I need one, whether it be for a grilled cheese like this or some bread in the morning for avocado toast, I just remove one from the freezer and warm it up—super easy.

The cranberry sauce is flavorful and classic. And the cheese is a combination of a bit of mozzarella and camembert. If you like, you can use brie cheese.

These buns crisp up so well in a bit of butter. One thing I think is super important in this very simple grilled cheese is the mustard.

For the longest time, I wasn’t a mustard fan but eventually I warmed up to it because I love the brininess. And I love how it strangely works with the cranberry.


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