Do you ever look back at something that just happened this morning and think, that was today? seems like days ago. I sat down to write this post, looked at this sandwich, and realized it’s what I had for brunch but it seems like a very long time ago.
We feel it’s our duty to take care of and make everyone happy.
I overfilled my plate!
It stresses me.
And, on a completely different note, Ryder had a pair of underwear in his backpack.
They were his, I recognized them.
Yes, I checked to see if he had underwear on.
Strange. Mysterious. Scary!!
Grilled Cheese Breakfast Sandwich
On to the sandwich, I don’t know how or when I started making this sandwich but it’s been a very long time. I love grilled cheese sandwiches and cream cheese. This grilled sandwich with sweet jam and cream cheese was like the perfect marriage.
It’s great for breakfast, or a quick snack any time of day. Added bonus: easy enough the kids can make!
For the bread
I prefer Texas toast as the bread for grilled cheese. It’s thicker and doesn’t squish down completely flat like regular sliced bread. However, I didn’t have Texas toast this time.
Sourdough, rye, just about any bread is good to make grilled cheese out of.
All you need for a quick breakfast sandwich – bread, cream cheese, jelly, butter!
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1Tablespoonjellyyour favorite flavor (I like strawberry or blackberry best)
Heat a skillet pan on med heat.
Spread softened cream cheese on one side on both slices of bread. Spread jelly over cream cheese on one of the slices.
Make a sandwich and press the edge slightly to seal jelly inside. Spread butter on the outside of bread slices.
Grill about 2 minutes or until bread is golden, turn and toast the other side. Remove from heat, slice, and serve immediately.
*You can lower the fat and calories in this by using light bread, low-fat cream cheese, low-calorie jelly, and little or no butter or replace butter with vegetable cooking spray.Recipe from Paula @CallMePMc.com All images and content are copyright protected. Please do not use my images without prior permission that includes copying the ingredient list or entire recipe and posting in the comments on Pinterest. If you want to share this recipe, please simply link back to this post for the recipe. Thank you, Paula