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A waffle iron can be used for more than just waffles. This version of grilled cheese utilizes one and takes grilled cheese to a new level of fun eating. You can make this when the grandkids visit or you just want something unique and different for that weekend get together.
You can make this type of sandwich using an old fashioned waffle iron or one of the new types of waffle bakers. A waffle iron will allow you to make more than one at a time while a baker will allow just one. So if you have the whole gang over, utilize the iron. If you are solo for the day, a baker will do the job.
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Recipe and photo courtesy of Fifteen Spatulas
Quick Tip: Be sure to use room temperature butter to keep the bread from tearing.