You’ll Want to Save This Crazy Grilled Cheese Recipe for Brunch
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You’ll Want to Save This Crazy Grilled Cheese Recipe for Brunch

Sunday is the day we dream about. Yeah, Friday and Saturday are cool, but Sunday is the type of friend we can chill with without speaking a word, in our pajamas, grubbing hard on snacks while binge-watching Netflix (everyone does it, it’s okay).

Speaking of grubbing hard, we have something you can add to your Sunday Funday food list. This sandwich is perfect for when you don’t feel like making a full gourmet meal that Anthony Bourdain would be proud of, but you still need something to satisfy that I-don’t-feel-like-cooking-but-I-need-to-eat hunger. This french toast grilled cheese sandwich is a little bit sweet with a dirty salty side, and we all know that sounds like perfection to our stomachs. So indulge a little bit this Sunday by combing two of our favorite things: grilled cheese and french toast.

Ingredients: 2 sandwiches

— 3 eggs

— 1/2 cup milk

— 1/4 teaspoon vanilla

— 3-4 white cheddar slices

— 4 bacon slices

— 1/2 teaspoon butter

— 1 teaspoon cinnamon

— half a loaf challah bread

Instructions: 

1. Slice the challah bread about 1/4 – 1/2 inch thick (depending on how thick you want it).

2. Cook the bacon in a frying pan, until crispy. Put the bacon aside when done.

3. Combine the eggs, vanilla, cinnamon and milk in a large bowl and beat until mixed together.

4. On medium-low heat, butter the pan and let it coat the entire surface.

5. While the butter is melting, soak each slice of bread in the liquid mixture on both sides, and place each slice on the surface of the skillet. Slightly cook both sides to precook the egg mixture before placing cheese on top.

6. Now that both sides of the bread are slightly browned, place 3-4 slices of white cheddar on each slice of bread.

7. Add two slices of bacon and put the other half of the sandwich on top.

8. Continue to cook until the cheese starts to melt. Flip it over to help melt other side.

9. When the cheese is fully melted, remove your sandwich from the pan and serve on a plate.

Slice the challah bread about 1/4 – 1/2 inch thick (depending on how thick you want it).

Cook the bacon until crispy in a frying pan. Then put the bacon aside when done.

Combine the eggs, vanilla, cinnamon and milk in a large bowl, and beat until all of the ingredients are mixed together.

On medium-low heat, butter the pan and let it coat the entire surface.

While the butter is melting, soak each slice of bread in the liquid mixture on both sides, and place each slice on the surface of the skillet. Slightly cook both sides of the bread to precook the egg mixture before placing cheese on top.

Now that all sides of the bread are slightly browned, place 3-4 slices of white cheddar on each slice of bread. Add two slices of bacon and place the other half of the sandwich on top. Continue to cook until the cheese starts melting. Flip it over to help melt other side.

After the cheese is fully melted, remove your delicious sandwich from the pan and serve on a plate.

Who needs to go out and pay for brunch when you just found your new Sunday ritual right here? Challah!

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