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Artichoke and Smoked Gouda Grilled Cheese

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Ok so maybe I put a little bit too much cheese in this grilled cheese sandwich because it’s spilling over the sides.

Or, can there ever be too much cheese in a grilled cheese sandwich?  Maybe not.

This sandwich is meaty without having meat in it because it’s packed full of marinated artichokes.

I’ll be honest, this tasty morsel of a sandwich does have it’s fair share of cheese in it too.

Actually, it has 3 kinds of cheese in it.

I mean, what’s a grilled cheese sandwich without a lot of cheese in it anyway right?

My fave part about this grilled cheese, besides the taste of butter, the wonderful crunchiness of the sourdough bread, the hint of garlic, and all of the melted cheese, is how the smoky taste of the Gouda cheese meets up with the flavor of the marinated artichokes.

I think I covered it all in that last sentence.

Big bites are definitely required when eating this sandwich.

More recipes with melted cheese you may like “Green Chili Macaroni and Cheese“, “Cheeseburger with Sautéed Onions” and “Potato, Egg and Cheese Scramble“.

Let’s check out the ingredients.


Slices of sourdough bread (or your favorite bread), smoked Gouda cheese, sharp cheddar cheese, mozzarella cheese, marinated artichoke hearts, butter and granulated garlic

printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how to make it.


First, cut the bigger pieces of artichoke hearts in half…


…then shred the cheese.

TIP – A cheese shredder that has smaller holes works good so the cheese melts faster.


Heat a medium size skillet on low heat and add half of the butter.


When the butter melts, add the bread.


Let the bread toast until the bottom side is a golden color.  Then remove it from the pan on to a plate for just a moment.


Add the other half of the butter and the granulated garlic.


Stir together…


…and put the bread back in the pan with the untoasted side face down.


Top each slice of bread with each type of cheese…


…and on one slice of bread (per sandwich) top with the artichoke hearts.


Carefully turn over the non-artichoke slice of bread on top of the artichokes to make a sandwich.


Let the sandwich continue to toast on low heat until the cheese melts.

Artichoke Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Be careful to watch that the bottom sides of the bread don’t get too brown.  Turn the heat down if needed.


Serve right away and…


…enjoy each and every bite.

Thank you so much for stopping by CCC!

More Sandwich Recipes You May Like:

Grilled Cheese Roll-Ups

Nacho Jalapeno and Salsa Grilled Cheese

Grilled Cheese and Chili Sandwich

Brown Butter Grilled Cheese Sandwich  (this one has onion rings in it!…yum)

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Artichoke Smoked Gouda Grilled Cheese
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Artichoke and Smoked Gouda Grilled Cheese

Add this to your must-try list.

Course Appetizer, Main Course
Cuisine American
Keyword Grilled Cheese
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 2


  • 4 slices of sourdough bread or your favorite type of bread
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • 4 dashes granulated garlic
  • 1 cup shredded Gouda cheese
  • 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup marinated artichoke hearts (cut larger pieces in half)


  1. Heat a large skillet on low heat and add half of the butter. Lay the slices of bread in the pan and let toast until the bottom sides are a golden color. Then remove the toast from the pan on to a plate for just a moment. 
  2. Add the remaining butter in the pan. Sprinkle the garlic powder on the butter and stir together. 
  3. Add the slices of bread back in the pan with the untoasted sides face down. Top each piece of bread with each type of cheese. 

  4. On 2 slices of the bread, top with artichoke hearts. Carefully turn over the non-artichoke slices of bread on top of the slices of bread with the artichokes on it to make a sandwich. 

  5. Continue to cook until the cheese melts. Be careful that the bread doesn't get too brown on the bottom. Turn the heat down if needed. Serve right away.

Recipe Notes


  1. When shredding the cheese for this sandwich, a cheese shredder that has smaller holes works good so the cheese melts faster.

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