Spinach Artichoke Goat Grilled Cheese 🥪 Sandwich….Another Great Vegetarian and non Vegetarian meal

I am literally bursting out of my skin with excitement. I have stumbled upon one of the best sandwiches. Back in the day my sandwiches were really basic but over time that has changed.

You want to talk about someone that is greedy and always looking for the next best thing. I mean lets face it making the same meals everyday is just flat out boring. So I took your basic cheese toast and amped it up. I mean really you have so much cheese and yummy goodness in that sandwich. It is impossible to keep it all in. So keep Tostito chips near by and scoop up that warm cheese.

INGRIDIENETS

  • 1 ounce of butter
  • 1 tbsp. flour
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 2 ounce of garlic butter goat cheese
  • 2 cups mozzarella or cheddar cheese
  • 6 ounces of artichoke
  • 2 cups spinach
  • tsp of salt
  • tsp of pepper
  • 8 slices of sourdough bread
  • butter for spreading on the bread

Add butter to your heated pan, flour and whisk in the milk, goat cheese, 2 cups of the cheese of your choosing. stir until all the cheese is melted.

Stir in the artichokes and spinach.

Separate pan lay 4 butter pieces of bread with deli meat. I used maple glazed ham, and low sodium chicken breast. Add the cheese, artichoke and spinach mixture on top of the deli meat then flip and repeat  on the opposite side.

I also left out the deli meat on one of the sandwiches and it was DELICIOUS.

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Thank you for watching and reading.

You could have chosen any blog to read but you chose mine and I am honored.

~Bella Donna~

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