Grilled [Goat] Cheese Sandwich, GF Print Recipe Print Recipe

 

Oh helloooo cheesy comfort. You make me happy.

I’m pretty sure I was still living at home [when I wasn't lactose intolerant] the last time I ate a grilled cheese. A cheese-less  grilled cheese, I don’t think so.

ps. Did you know this is National Grilled Cheese Month??

 

Have any of of you tried Drunken Goat Cheese?

Most goat cheese I’ve tried is softer and has a different consistency, but THIS is outstanding on crackers, toast and of course grilled cheese.

Since it’s from a goat, it’s easier to digest for those sensitive to dairy. It’s not exactly dairy-free so if you’re allergic, I wouldn’t recommend.

Before I realized I could eat dairy again – it’s a crazy pregnancy thing, I stuck with goat & sheep cheese.

 

Sometimes, I’ll toast a slice of bread and then add thin slices of cheese on top.

Breakfast, lunch, snack – it all goes.

 

Thank you pregnancy for turning me onto all this cheesy bread goodness.

 

 

I like to cut my grilled cheese small enough to dunk into tomato soup. always.

If you’re in the mood, here’s my amazing tomato soup recipe. However, I’ve been eating store bought garden tomato that my husband bought when I was stuck in bed. Once tomatoes are back in season, I’ll make a big batch.

Other items you can add to your sandwich include:

  • avocado
  • ham
  • tomatoes
  • apple slices

 

What’s your favorite grilled cheese combination?

 

 

Grilled [drunken goat] Cheese Sandwiches

Ingredients

  • 2 slices of Gluten-free bread – I use Udi’s
  • 2-3 ounces of Drunken Goat cheese
  • Butter or cooking spray

Directions

Heat griddle or pan on medium heat. Either spray with non-stick OR butter your bread – just one side of each piece. Once the pan is warm, place the buttered side of your bread down. Add slices of cheese on top, covering the surface and overlapping just slightly. Top with the second piece of bread, buttered side up.

After a few minutes, the bottom should be browned, flip the sandwich to toast the other side. Once the cheese has melted and both sides are lightly browned remove, cut to your preference and enjoy!

 

Makes ONE yummy sandwich

*gluten-free *vegetarian *dairy sensitive

 

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  • http://twitter.com/GFTravelette Adina Marguerite

    I think I have tried drunken goat cheese before! There are a number of goat and sheep milk cheese out there that make a pretty spectacular grilled cheese sandwich – I’ve actually found that my tummy prefers the sheep milk ones.

  • http://twitter.com/chefjamielevine Jamie Levine

    I could eat this every day for the rest of my life and be perfectly content!  

  • http://sreebindu.blogspot.in/ Sreebindu116

    yummiest =)

  • Heather (Heather’s Dish)

    Heaven! I never thought ti use goat cheese but it looks amazing!

  • http://thinkglobalartlocal.blogspot.com/ Lori @ Think Global Art Local

    I totally agree on the grilled cheese/tomato soup combo.  My favorite grilled cheese is extra sharp cheddar, honey mustard, and tart apple on gluten-free cinnamon raisin bread…especially when served with butternut squash soup :)

  • Anonymous

    I adore Udi’s bread, and especially for grilled cheese. I am going to be on the lookout for this drunken goat cheese. I made a grilled cheese with crumbled goat cheese this weekend and it is my new favorite. I love this!

  • http://www.arunningtale.com/ Lindsey

    I made a sundried tomato spread and put it in a grilled cheese with spinach and fresh mozzarella balls last night – so delicious!

  • http://www.edibleperspective.com/ Ashley

    The dunk photo is where it’s at!!  LOVE tomato soup, grilled cheese sandwiches, and goat cheese.  Win!

  • Emilie

    umm I didn’t know that lactose intolerant people could tolerate goat cheese!!! you just made my day!!

  • http://sweetpeonyblog.blogspot.com nicole {sweet peony}

    Wow, that looks seriously good! I’ve never tried GF bread, but I’ve been hearing a lot about Udi’s. Probably will give it a try! Hope you’re feeling better today :)

  • Anonymous

    not everyone can tolerate goat cheese, but a lot of people who can’t do dairy, are able to do goat and sheep cheese – it’s definitely worth giving a try!

  • Anonymous

    HIGHLY recommend! It’s now the only bread my husband will eat ;)

  • Shelby Kroach

    This looks delicious! I love grilled cheese. Especially with goats cheese. I have actually been enjoying toast with goats cheese all weekend long! I am definitely going to add this to the recipes on my blog!

  • http://glitzglamgranola.com/ Emily @ Glitz Glam Granola

    Omigosh, I will be making this asap!! So crazy because Kristine posted about drunken goat cheese this morning and my first thought was that I wondered if it would melt to make grilled cheese… and then I saw this! Too perfect!

  • Carlene @ Carlene’s Figments

    I love goat cheese but usually we end up baking it with a crisp coating! Putting it as a sandwich totally negates the need for the panko and oil. Rough chop some spinach and toss it in? Wow. 

  • http://www.bevcooks.com/ Bev weidner

    OMG. I want about 26234365 slices of that!

  • Kelsey @ K&K Test Kitchen

    Drunken goat cheese is one of my favorites! An old boyfriend’s mom introduced it to me – along with Manchego, my other favorite (and a sheep’s milk cheese)!

  • bentley

    first off – congratulations! and secondly, that sandwich looks delish. i love drunken goat cheese but never though to make grilled cheese with it. thanks for the idea!

  • http://yesiwantcake.com/ Katie

    Holy yum. I need to get my paws on some of that cheese.

  • http://savoringtoday.com/ Judy@Savoring Today

    Love drunken goat cheese, but haven’t tried it in a grilled cheese. Well, not yet, but it’s on my to do list now. :)

  • http://thenovicechefblog.com/ Jessica

    I think I just drooled all over my keyboard. Holy yum! 

  • Brittanysage

    Yum, yum, yum! That looks amazing!

  • Jenny @ BAKE

    These photos are gorgeous! I love the last one it’s brilliant!

  • http://twitter.com/alyssarimmer Alyssa

    I am totally making both of these recipes for dinner tonight (the soup and the sandwich!). It’s a cold, dreary, grey day (it actually even snowed) in VT, so this is absolutely perfect. Thanks!!