I’m behind on my blogging. Surprise, Surprise! That’s what happens when you are trying to prepare for a vacation, prep all the meals for that vacation, try new recipes you find on Pinterest, Keep the kids in line, Convince them they need CLOTHES..not just swim trunks on the before mentioned vacation, clean house and still feed them somewhat healthy meals…oh and don’t forget the mound of laundry or the last minute unscheduled plumbing work.
But on to the show…. I just could not wait to post this. I have made these TWICE.
Hubs raved about them. The boys ALL loved them (I didn’t let them watch me make them as none of them would be keen on the mayo or mustard butter glaze). AND….less than a week after I made them the first time I was getting requests that I make them again!!
Now THAT’S a KEEPER!!!!
I found this photo and thought…hmm those look good!
So I followed the link….and ended up at The Girl Who Ate Everything
I have to give her some serious props. The recipe is easy, fast and DELISH!!!!
I have the link to her site above on the photo credit…AND also you can click the picture and it will take you to her recipe.
I don’t copy and paste other peoples stuff here unless I find it hard to locate on their site, or there is something that I find inappropriate..whether it be language, a photo or whatever. I believe recipes are unable to be copywrite protected but even if I do find something inappropriate I will give a link…with a warning that it may not be G rated. Overall I like for them to get the traffic which in turn makes them a more desirable to sponsors. Please support that effort in that if you do repost it somewhere make sure that you share a link to it’s origin. It’s just the right thing to do.
It’s super easy to modify for different cheeses and you could even use turkey…so many ideas from this basic recipe!
The KEY is a light slather of mayo on the INSIDE and the mustard butter glaze on the OUTSIDE.
Keep in mind the idea of heating up mayo really grosses me out. Not to mention the idea of mixing mayo and miracle whip per the original recipe (bleck! So we don’t use the miracle whip) BUT…I’ve tried them with the mayo and without… go with the mayo. Just pretend it’s not there.
We do leave the poppy seeds off as well but the mustard butter glaze is what makes these melt in your mouth..and you CAN adjust the mustard amount to limit the flavor while still giving the crunch…and I mean MELT IN YOUR MOUTH CRUNCH..not teeth breaking crunch!
Final Grade: A++ Superb. Fabulous. Amazing. This ain’t your mama’s hot ham and cheese.