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ABOUT THE RECIPE:
Grilled Cheeze-y and Avocado Sandwich is a jazzy spin on a kids’ favorite that’s loved by adults, too!

Makes 3 servings

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INGREDIENTS:

6 slices whole grain or multi-grain sandwich bread
3 teaspoons vegan “butter,” plus more as needed
3 teaspoons vegan mayonnaise
3 to 6 slices mozzarella or cheddar-style vegan cheese
1 avocado, sliced

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Preheat a panini maker to 375 degrees F (see note).

Thinly spread some vegan “butter” over each slice of bread. Lay one slice on a plate and spread with a small amount of the mayonnaise. Top with 1 or 2 vegan cheese slices and then top with avocado slices. Top with the other slice of bread, with “buttered” side facing upward.

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Put the sandwich in the panini maker. Close the lid and let cook for 3 to 6 minutes (checking often), or until the sandwich is golden brown on the outside, cheese has almost melted and avocado is warmed on the inside.

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Put the sandwich on a serving plate and let sit for at least 2 minutes, allowing the sandwich to cool slightly and for the cheese to firm up slightly. Cut in half and serve.

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Chef’s Note: If you do not have a panini maker, you can make this sandwich in a skillet on the stove. Prepare as instructed, but make certain to weigh down with a pan lid while cooking, and flip the sandwich halfway through cooking. Cook on both sides until golden brown on the outside and warm on the inside.

Ingredients

Directions

1

ABOUT THE RECIPE:
Grilled Cheeze-y and Avocado Sandwich is a jazzy spin on a kids’ favorite that’s loved by adults, too!

Makes 3 servings

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INGREDIENTS:

6 slices whole grain or multi-grain sandwich bread
3 teaspoons vegan “butter,” plus more as needed
3 teaspoons vegan mayonnaise
3 to 6 slices mozzarella or cheddar-style vegan cheese
1 avocado, sliced

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Preheat a panini maker to 375 degrees F (see note).

Thinly spread some vegan “butter” over each slice of bread. Lay one slice on a plate and spread with a small amount of the mayonnaise. Top with 1 or 2 vegan cheese slices and then top with avocado slices. Top with the other slice of bread, with “buttered” side facing upward.

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Put the sandwich in the panini maker. Close the lid and let cook for 3 to 6 minutes (checking often), or until the sandwich is golden brown on the outside, cheese has almost melted and avocado is warmed on the inside.

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Put the sandwich on a serving plate and let sit for at least 2 minutes, allowing the sandwich to cool slightly and for the cheese to firm up slightly. Cut in half and serve.

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Chef’s Note: If you do not have a panini maker, you can make this sandwich in a skillet on the stove. Prepare as instructed, but make certain to weigh down with a pan lid while cooking, and flip the sandwich halfway through cooking. Cook on both sides until golden brown on the outside and warm on the inside.

Grilled Cheeze-y and Avocado Sandwiches
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