Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches

posted on: Thursday, April 22, 2010

Everyone has a favorite type of sandwich. My husband likes eggs in all of his. My mom likes olives. My son likes butter and jelly. I'm a fan of warm over-the-the-top melted cheese sandwiches. A couple weeks ago when it was chilly and everyone was cranky for a very good reason, I'm sure, I decided to make some melted cheese and ham sandwiches in the oven. This is the ultimate comfort food.

Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwich
  • 12 slices whole wheat white bread
  • 2 cups alfredo sauce
  • cream cheese
  • 8 slices chedder cheese
  • 8 slices thick cut ham
  • freshly grated romano cheese
  1. preheat oven to 350*
  2. Place the Alfredo sauce on a large casserole pan with the slices of bread. Make sure the bread absorbs the sauce well.
  3. On a medium casserole pan layer a slice of bread, cream cheese, a slice of chedder cheese, a slice of ham and another slice of bread. Repeat a second time and add romano cheese on top. 
  4. There is enough to make 4 large sandwiches.
  5. Bake for 15-20 minutes until cheese if fully melted. 
  6. serve warm.
enjoy!

10 comments:

  1. Boy, do these sure sound (and look) good! That is one gourmet sandwich :)

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  2. OK...so now for the bigger question. How do you stop at just one? Those sandwiches look most delicious.

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  3. Like it, like it! Baking these is a great idea because they get that nice crust on the bread.

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  4. yes, the cheesy crust is my fav.

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  5. That looks so delicious...but I would use turkey instead of ham :)

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  6. Ooh, yum, I love all those ingredients and you made it look so professional! Never knew you could make a "grilled" sandwich in the oven!

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  7. Hola, i found ur blog while looking for a recipe for goiabada and mus say u have a sweet blog here:-)
    and am sure Maria is adorable too:-)
    And do u by any chance have a recipe to make the goaibado at home?
    I was planning to cook the guavas till soft ,then straining and cooking like i would for jelly?
    do u add lime too to it?

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  8. Hi sugar plum fairy (I never in a million years thought I would be writing to the sugar plum fairy, I like it) I have never made goiabda but have seen other make it. It seriously takes hundreds of goiabas to make the thick goiabada. How many of these puppies do you have?

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  9. This is very similar to a croque monsieur, baked instead of fried. They are amazing, so I am sure this is delicious too.

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  10. This sounds like the ideal weekend brunch recipe! :D

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