8 Grilled Cheese Recipes for the Campsite
Classic1 of 9
This classic grilled cheese recipe will never go out of style.
Bread: White or sourdough
The Hawaiian2 of 9
If you've ever had a Hawaiian style pizza, you know this flavor combination well: a little tropical and a little cheesy.
Bread: Sweet bread or roll (traditional Hawaiian bread)
Extras: Ham, pineapple rings
Cheesy Caramelized Veggie3 of 9
Sauteing the veggies first adds a unique sweetness to this grilled cheese recipe.
Bread: Whole grain
Cheese: Boursin Garlic and Fine Herbs
Extras: Onion, peppers, mushrooms
Saute your vegetables with olive oil in a pan over the fire. Spread the cheese on both pieces of bread and top one slice with your veggies.
Swiss and Sauerkraut4 of 9
This classic European combo is easy to make, delicious to eat and provides a welcome departure from the usual grilled cheese flavors.
Extras: Sauerkraut, corned beef
Roasted Red Pepper and Fresh Mozzarella5 of 9
This grilled cheese recipe makes for a lighter option that's just as delicious.
Bread: Pesto or wheat baguette
Cheese: Fresh mozzarella
Extras: Roasted red peppers, marinated artichoke hearts, olive tapenade
Spread the olive tapenade on both slices of bread and top one with the rest of the ingredients.
The Vermonter6 of 9
This is a combo that nearly every Vermonter has tried at least once in the fall months, when apple picking is at its peak.
Cheese: Cabot Seriously Sharp Cheddar
Extras: Apples (thinly sliced), maple glazed ham, turkey
The Gourmet Griller7 of 9
This grilled cheese looks as gourmet as it tastes.
Bread: Honey wheat
Cheese: Goat cheese
Extras: Arugula, tomato slices, garlic spread
Spicy Buffalo Chicken8 of 9
If you like a little kick in your sandwich, this is the grilled cheese recipe for you.
Bread: French roll or sourdough
Cheese: Blue cheese
Extras: Buffalo sauce, shredded chicken
The key is to mix all the ingredients together first, instead of layering them. This provides the optimal mix of cheese, heat and meat.