I don’t know about you, but I still love a grilled cheese sandwich! So simple, yet so rich and satisfying. The beautiful thing is you can use ANY type of cheese that suits your fancy, throw it in between two slices of bread, slather it with butter and in just a few minutes you have a tasty treat! The negative is that this sandwich is loaded with FAT–I love butter as much as you, but my thighs definitely do NOT! So, I went searching for an easy answer to that problem and quickly found the solution. I am happy to report that it is as simple as choosing the right bread and cooking appliance. Enter George and Milton. Yes, that is right! Fire up your George Foreman grill and use Milton’s Whole Grain bread and you will have a crispy grilled cheese that is much lower in fat and calories! Follow the simple recipe below and you will be enjoying your grilled cheese with less guilt and hopefully equal or more satisfaction. YUM! Oh, and the George and Milton’s grilled cheese is like a featherweight–weighing in at 260-340 kcal and 11-18 g fat vs 450-600 kcal and 28-33 g fat!
George and Milton’s Grilled Cheese
Servings: 1 sandwich
- 2 slices of Milton’s Bread
- 2 slices of your favorite cheese
- Pam butter flavor cooking spray (optional)–I don’t use this, but if you need the butter flavor add a quick spray to the GF grill
- Hot pepper, herbs, black pepper–sprinkle between the slices for an added kick!
Assemble the sandwich while the GF is warming up. Place the sandwich in the GF, close the lid and let the sandwich brown. Remove and EAT!
Add sliced tomatoes or any veggie that you like to add nutrients and even more flavor to your sandwich!