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Whenever we would go and visit my grandparents when we were kids, it was always so much fun. There was so much to do, so much to see, and Mom and Dad were on vacation so they were a lot more relaxed which was nice. Usually, Grandma would make one of her homemade dishes that I would almost die for today. Other than that, we would go out to eat. It was perfect. The day always came though, when I would say that I was hungry, and they would tell me to get a sandwich. A sandwich? Really? I’m on vacation too… I don’t want a sandwich! That’s boring. Grandma could see the disappointment in my face, but I think that she was tired of cooking at that time too so she helped me in the kitchen.
Now that I have my grand kids coming to my house, I don’t want to ever have to tell them to grab a sandwich, just because I remember how I felt. So, when I knew they were coming, I tried to think of something fun, but yet still as simple. That’s when I came across this recipe on CentLessDeals for a ham and cheese bake.
Say what? Ham and cheese is already my favorite, and what kid doesn’t like that flavor combination? I made this a few days before they came just to make sure it was good, and me and my husband almost ate the entire thing ourselves. Good thing I knew that, so I could make enough when people arrived.
Recipe and photo courtesy of CentLessDeals.
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Quick Tip: Try with some horseradish sauce for an extra zip.