Bring Home The Bacon
By Jackie Michel
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After a few weeks of hiatus, college cooking is back! This week, we will be taking something boring- a sandwich- and opening it up a little. It’s time to introduce the bacon-cheese melt. This recipe is very simple, but it does require either a toaster oven or an actual oven, so make sure you have somewhere to cook this before you attempt it.
You need: An oven or a toaster oven, an oven or toaster oven safe baking sheet/tray, and a hot pad.
- Two slices of bread
- Two slices of cooked bacon
- Two slices of 2% Kraft Singles American cheese
How To Make:
- Set your oven to broil (500 degrees) or your toaster oven as hot as it will go.
- Place the slices of bread with one face up on the sheet or tray.
- Put the slices of cheese on top of the slices of bread.
- Break the already cooked slices of bacon in half and put two halves on one slice of bread, and the other two halves on the other.
- Place in the oven/toaster oven and make sure to watch them cook. They can burn easily and will be done in five minutes or less.
- Take out using a hot pad and wait for them to cool before removing them from the tray/sheet. Enjoy!