There is nothing better than a well-made grilled cheese for a quick lunch when you’re in a hurry or an elaborate dinner when you’re feeling creative. The grilled cheese opens itself up to endless possibilities as a staple meal but how about…for a dessert? These ten mind-blowing dessert grilled cheese recipes are sure to leave you slack jawed and very hungry.
Ready to go bananas? This grilled cheese combines peanut butter, honey, chocolate hazelnut spread, bananas and mini marshmallows in between two slices of brioche bread.
This one seems a little unusual, but sometimes the best creations are two unlikely flavors coming together! Split a glazed donut in half and melt a few pieces of cheddar cheese in the middle if you’re an adventurous foodie.
Peeps are a well-known Easter favorite and now they’re a grilled cheeses’ best friend. Stuff two pieces of pound cake with Mascarpone and a Peep for the ultimate grilled cheese.
Bring breakfast to your grilled cheese with a childhood favorite, Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Two pieces of white bread, cheddar cheese and Cinnamon Toast Crunch are all you need.
Another unexpectedly perfect match: vanilla and cardona cheese. Pile vanilla, cardona cheese, spiced pecans and semi-sweet chocolate chips on top of an English muffin for a one-of-a-kind grilled cheese experience.
This grilled cheese is the perfect example of savory and sweet. The ever-addicting Nutella plus the richness of blue cheese on challah bread is a killer combination.
As an Italian, I understand the importance of perfectly sweet ricotta cheese. Mix this creamy cheese with a colorful Funfetti cake mix and put the mixture between two slices of brioche to create a fun, crowd-pleasing grilled cheese for all!
This grilled cheese features a more traditional combination of two dessert favorites: chocolate and raspberry. Stuff Mascarpone, berries and semi-sweet chocolate chips in between two slices of fluffy brioche bread and top it all off with some powdered sugar.
Perfect for fall, this grilled cheese is a new take the holiday favorite, pumpkin pie. A mixture of goat cheese, pumpkin butter, dried berries and toasted nuts on sprouted bread, this recipe is sure to make any season feel like autumn.
This campfire creation can be made year-round – no bonfire necessary! Combine Nutella, ricotta, gruyere, cheddar and maple syrup and you’ll be left wanting s’more.
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