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How to Make the Perfect Grilled Cheese Sandwich — and 12 Ways to Make It Even Better

How to Make the Perfect Grilled Cheese Sandwich — and 12 Ways to Make It Even Better


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From the classic to the truffled grilled cheese, we’ve rounded up 12 ways to make your grilled cheese even more delicious

These grilled cheeses aren’t going to be like the Wonder Bread and Kraft singles you first learned how to make as a kid — they are better — and they will help you rethink just how good a grilled cheese can taste.

From no-brainer additions, like bacon, pesto, and artisanal cheeses, to unconventional twists, like mango, jam, and maple syrup, these grilled cheeses play on our palates with sweet, salty, tangy, and even umami taste-bud triggers.

Of course, a strong foundation of grilled cheese skills will go a long way in making these jazzed-up versions taste their best, which is why we have assembled a crash course in grilled-cheese making, so you can make the perfect grilled cheese, like our Ultimate Grilled Cheese recipe here.

There are a couple important things to consider before we start: the bread and the cheese(s). Nothing melts like American cheese, which may explain why it is a longstanding favorite for cheeseburgers and grilled cheeses, but its bland, sometimes rubbery taste leaves a lot to be desired. Here, we’ve combined American cheese with sharp Cheddar for the perfect pairing of cheesy flavor and gooey American cheese.

A spread of equal parts mayonnaise and softened butter on both sides of the bread, for flavor and perfectly browned bread, will do the trick. Then, heat your skillet, add a half tablespoon of vegetable oil, and place both pieces of bread in the pan. Top each piece with half of the cheese, and allow to brown for a minute or two. Then, stack the bread together (cheeses in the middle, of course), and butter the edges of the bread lightly with the butter/mayonnaise spread. Continue to brown for another minute or two. Once the cheese is melted, remove the sandwich from your skillet, slice in half, and serve.

For some sweet, salty, and other ways to jazz up this classic sandwich, check out our round up of 12 grilled cheese sandwiches with a little more than cheese between the bread.

How to Make the Perfect Grilled Cheese Sandwich — and 12 Ways to Make It Even Better

These grilled cheeses aren’t going to be like the Wonder Bread and Kraft singles you first learned how to make as a kid — they are better — and they will help you rethink just how good a grilled cheese can taste.

From no-brainer additions, like bacon, pesto, and artisanal cheeses, to unconventional twists, like mango, jam, and maple syrup, these grilled cheeses play on our palates with sweet, salty, tangy, and even umami taste-bud triggers.

Of course, a strong foundation of grilled cheese skills will go a long way in making these jazzed-up versions taste their best, which is why we have assembled a crash course in grilled-cheese making, so you can make the perfect grilled cheese, like our Ultimate Grilled Cheese recipe here.

There are a couple important things to consider before we start: the bread and the cheese(s). Then, heat your skillet, add a half tablespoon of vegetable oil, and place both pieces of bread in the pan. Once the cheese is melted, remove the sandwich from your skillet, slice in half, and serve.

For some sweet, salty, and other ways to jazz up this classic sandwich, check out our round up of 12 grilled cheese sandwiches with a little more than cheese between the bread.

Bacon Grilled Cheese

Thinkstock

Blue Cheese and Apple Grilled Cheese

Jane Bruce

Brie and Balsamic Strawberries Grilled Cheese

Fontina, Mushroom, and Truffle Grilled Cheese

Hybrid PB&J Grilled Cheese

Mango and Brie-Stuffed Grilled Cheese on Challah Bread

Jane Bruce

Marinated Tomato and Mozzarella Grilled Cheese

Thinkstock

Parmesan-Crusted Pesto-Gruyère Grilled Cheese

Pesto Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Sweet n’ Savory Grilled Cheese


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


The Brilliant Secret for a Better Grilled Cheese

Just when you thought a grilled cheese couldn&rsquot be any more irresistible.

When it comes to the perfect grilled cheese sandwich, we all want the same thing: A beautifully crispy, golden crust and a soft, gooey interior. But the secret to achieving maximum creaminess is a surprising ingredient nestled between the two slices: avocado.

You probably know from guacamole, avocado toast or maybe the occasional avocado smoothie that the creaminess of a ripe avocado can’t be beat. After mashing it with a spoon, it becomes silky, buttery, and ideal for adding richness in any number of applications. Avocados also offer plenty of healthy fats that can cut down the amount of cheese needed in your grilled sammy (but don’t worry, you don’t have to).

Watch: How To Make an Avocado Grilled Cheese

Avocado has a subtle flavor that can easily be swayed savory or salty (or even sweet!) depending on what seasonings you add to it. The mild flavor also allows it to easily adopt bolder flavors like the cheddar and Gruyère in this grilled cheese.

Start by mashing a ripe avocado with the back of a spoon until it has a smooth consistency. Although the cheeses bring the salty element to this sandwich, don’t forget to lightly salt and pepper the avocado. A flavorless avocado won’t do you any favors.

Butter two slices of bread on both sides, then lay them down on a hot skillet to get a light brown crust on one side. When the crust is nice and golden, lay the slices (toasted side up) on your cutting board and layer thinly-sliced cheese on both slices of bread. We recommend using cheddar and Gruyère because they are excellent melters.

For the grand finale, spread the avocado mash on on side of the sandwich, on top of the cheese pile. Carefully fold the two sides together and return the warm sandwich to the skillet for a slow toasting on each side.

Patience gets the job done, so give your masterpiece a solid few minutes in the pan to get gooey and golden. Without that time, the avocado and cheese won’t fully meld together into one creamy and harmonious filling. If you can’t handle the anticipation, walk away or start cleaning up like Chef Adam Hickman demonstrates in the video above. We guarantee it will be worth the wait.

If you’ve also wondered, “What doesn’t avocado go well with?” We’re still trying to figure that out.


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