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Grilled Cheese Roll Ups

A classic grilled cheese favorite with a twist.

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How about a rolled up grilled cheese sandwich?

Count me in!  These grilled cheese roll ups are fun, different, and can be customized to include your fave ingredients just like in a regular grilled cheese sandwich.

And these roll ups are perfect for dipping too.

Try dipping them in tomato soup…they’re sooo good and comfort food to the max.

Here are more comfort food recipes you may like “Easy Macaroni and Cheese with Cavatappi Pasta“, “Skillet Biscuits with Sage Sausage Gravy” and “Simple Fried Chicken“.

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You know what the hardest thing was for me when taking pictures of these yummies?

It was sooo hard not to eat them before I could take all of the pictures.

So a word of warning, you’ll for sure need to make extra for the cook when making these roll ups.

They disappear fast.

Grilled Cheese Roll Ups

And the good news is, only 3 ingredients.

Serve these scrumptious grilled cheese roll ups as an appetizer, for lunch or as a light main dish.

Here are some delicious side dishes to serve with these roll ups you may like “Easy Potato Salad with Egg“, “Homestyle Elbow Macaroni Salad” and “Cherry, Pineapple and Mandarin Orange Ambrosia“.

Let’s take a look at the ingredients…

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…sliced wheat bread, American cheese slices, and butter.

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

Here’s how to make it.

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Cut the crust off of each piece of bread (so not to waste the pieces of crust, they can be made into croutons).

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Then,

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use a rolling pin to flatten each piece of bread.

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Next,

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lay a piece of cheese…

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….on each piece of bread.

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Roll each piece of bread…

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…with the cheese on the inside as tight as possible.

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Heat a large skillet on low to medium heat.

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Add the butter to the pan…

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…if the pan is too small for all of the roll ups, reserve half of the butter to make a second batch.

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With a pair of tongs, gently roll all sides of each roll up in the melted butter and lay the roll ups seam-side down in the pan.

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Lightly brown each side of the roll up.

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If the seam-side starts to open, use the tongs to squeeze the seam together.

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Remove from the pan…

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…and serve while warm with your favorite soup…

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…salad, or all by themselves.

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Then enjoy each and every cheesy bite.

Thank you so much for stopping by CCC!

More Cheesy Recipes You May Like:

Artichoke and Smoked Gouda Grilled Cheese

Jalapeno and Cheese Taquitos

Sloppy Joe Macaroni and Cheese

Brie and Olive Tapenade Nachos

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Grilled Cheese Roll Ups in Soup

Grilled Cheese Roll Ups

A classic grilled cheese favorite with a twist to add to your must-try list.
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Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Course: Appetizer, Main Course, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Grilled Cheese
Servings: 3

Ingredients

  • 9 slices of wheat sandwich bread
  • 9 slices of American cheese
  • 2-1/2 tablespoons butter

Instructions

  • Cut the crust off of each piece of bread (so not to waste the pieces of crust, they can be made into croutons)
  • Use a rolling pin to flatten each piece of bread. 
  • Lay a piece of cheese on each piece of bread. Tightly roll each piece of bread with the cheese in the middle.
  • Heat a large skillet on low to medium heat. Add the butter to the pan (if the pan is too small for all of the roll ups, reserve half of the butter to make a second batch). 
  • With a pair of tongs, gently roll all sides of each roll-up in the melted butter and lay the roll-ups seam-side down in the pan. 
  • Lightly brown each side of the roll up. If the seam-side starts to open, use the tongs to squeeze the seam together. 
  • Remove from the pan and serve while warm with your favorite soup, salad, or all by themselves.

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24 Comments

  1. Some great ideas for snacks here, thank you. But have a problem with the cheese roll ups. Kraft singles are a terrible very bad choice to use for cheese. Might I suggest another soft cheese for melting besides that. Kraft singles I found out years ago are made from hard and moldy cheese, cooked together with salt and an emulsifier then cut up by machine and wrapped in the cellophane. There are many good real cheeses to use for this idea of yours, just not Kraft singles. I also prefer Sargento b/c that’s real cheese “off the block” without added disgusting ingredients. 🙂

    • Hi Linda, thank you for your ideas on using other cheeses. It’s a great idea to change these up with other cheese options, and brie also comes to mind which sounds so good right now! So many options that I can’t wait to try out. Have a nice weekend and thank you so much for stopping by.

  2. Made these today! Absolutely delicious – will definitely make again. Thank you so much for the recipe!

  3. These look beautiful. I featured this on my Friday Five – Americana series addition featuring grilled cheese sandwiches – http://www.feedyoursoul2.com/2014/02/friday-five-americana-series-addition-1.html

  4. Yum!! I want one right now!!

  5. What a great idea- perfect for dunking! I could easily eat about 6 of these. 🙂

    • Hi Tiffany, they are perfect for dunking and it’s sooo easy to eat a lot of these yummies that’s for sure. Thank you for stopping by!

  6. This was a great idea, you can’t go wrong with butter and cheese 🙂 Pinning now!

  7. Genius!! I love the looks of these.

  8. LOVE your step-by-step photos of these, they look absolutely perfect – thanks for sharing (I wish I had one now without unsnuggling myself from the couch)!

  9. Okay, I think I have to try these. I would be a rockstar to my kids. How fun!!

  10. I am a fan of anything I can still make easily whilst living in China…this looks like the perfect lazy night meal…and your photos are amazing!

    • Hi Christine, you’re right, it sure is a good lazy night meal! Great to enjoy while wearing some comfy slippers. Thank you and have a nice rest of the week!

  11. oh wow i know a lot of people who would like this!

  12. What a great idea! My gf is going to love these