3 Sweet & Savory Sandwiches On A Stick
Sandwiches are perfect for a snack, meal, or treat, and while they're usually served cold, you haven't lived until you've had a warm, toasted sandwich! With these 3 recipes, you can experience everything that a hot melt has to offer, in both sweet and savory versions.
For the 1st recipe:
- 2 pieces of milk chocolate
- 2 strawberries
- ¼ banana
For the 2nd recipe:
- 2 slices of ham
- 2 slices of cheese
- 2 cherry tomatoes
For the 3rd recipe:
- 1 onion
- 4 slices of bacon
- 2 pieces of camembert
You'll also need:
- 6 bread rolls
- 6 popsicle sticks
- sandwich maker
1.1 Cut two bread rolls in half and grate the milk chocolate pieces over the top of each half. Then stick a popsicle stick on two of the halves.
1.2 Slice the strawberries and banana and place on the two halves with popsicle sticks.
1.3 Place the plain halves on top of the halves with sticks and toast them in the sandwich maker.
2.1 Cut two bread rolls in half, butter two of the halves, and place a slice of cheese and a slice of ham on top of the buttered pieces.
2.2 Slice the cherry tomatoes, place them on top of the ham, and cover them with a slice of cheese.
2.3 Stick a popsicle stick on two of the halves, close the sandwiches, and toast them in the sandwich maker.
3.1 Cut the onion into slices and toast them together with the bacon on the open sandwich maker until crispy.
3.2 Cut two bread rolls in half and place two thick slices of Camembert on two of the halves. Then stick a popsicle stick on top of the cheese slices.
3.3 Evenly spread the caramelized onions and bacon on top of the Camembert and popsicle sticks, close the rolls, and toast them in the sandwich maker.
Regardless of whether you opt for one of the savory versions, or the sweet chocolatey version, it will be so so delicious!
Just the sight of the grilled sandwiches makes your mouth water, right? Feel free to try these recipes out with different kinds of bread, like brioche buns, yeast rolls, or Hawaiian bread.
You can find the recipe for the pizza on a stick featured in the bonus video here.