Sandwiches

Breakfast at Tiffany’s Burger

With the combination of breakfast and burgers, you can have the best of both at any meal throughout the day. Piled high with bacon, egg, sausage, and Gouda cheese.

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Smoky Chipotle Quinoa Burgers

Need burgers that will satisfy meatatarians, vegetarians, and gluten-free appetites? Then you need this easy recipe for smoky chipotle quinoa burgers.

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The Mempho (Grilled BBQ Mac & Cheese Sandwich)

Stand aside traditional grilled cheese, this one means business. With chipotle cheddar, BBQ chicken, and macaroni and cheese all sandwiched between two slices of Texas toast.

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Double Decker Greek Chicken & Falafel Burgers

Ever had a double decker burger? How about a Greek version? With a feta stuffed quinoa-chicken burger and homemade falafel this double decker burger is none like you have ever seen before.

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Slow Cooker Chicken Gyros

My favorite chicken gyros are now available in from your slow cooker! Complete with an easy homemade tzatziki sauce.

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Slow Cooker Chicken Salad Sandwiches

You always have time to cook dinner when using a slow cooker. A little planning brings these chicken salad sandwiches to your table any night of the week.

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If you are like me, just the thought of going out for dinner on Valentine’s Day stresses me out. What I like to do is go out the day before or after and then the day of stay in and cook! This week the 20 #TripleSBites bloggers (including myself) have been serving up recipes to inspire your Valentine’s Day menus or any day you feel like cooking something spicy, saucy, and sexy.

Today I bring you a slow cooker meal for those of you that think you don’t have time to cook. If you have the time to put chicken in the bowl of a slow cooker, then you have enough time to make these sandwiches. Cook on low, shred, and mix with your favorite salad dressing. I used roasted beet vinaigrette, but you could try ranch, caesar, balsamic vinaigrette, etc. Pile it onto a toasted bun with fresh lettuce and a slice of spicy pepperjack cheese and it’s dinner time! I served these with a side of crispy green beans seasoned with Voodoo Chef’s RED and dipped them in Intensity Academy’s Saucy Everything Spicy Mayo. I seriously want to dip everything in that sauce it was so good!

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Scroll down to check out all the other #TripleSBites recipes being shared today and then click on over to THIS POST to enter the giveaway from our amazing sponsors!

One year ago: Peanut Butter Cup Brownie Peeps S’mores Pie

Two years ago: Tortellini Spinach Bake in Creamy Meyer Lemon Sauce

Three years ago: Lighter Pizza Dip
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Ham Florentine Stuffed French Toast

Set aside your sweet french toast and pile up on the savory for breakfast with this ham florentine stuffed french toast. Like a a grown-up ham and grilled cheese sandwich, but for breakfast!

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Welcome to this month’s installment of The Secret Recipe Club. This time around I was assigned to Ros’s bog The More Than Occasional Baker! I somehow managed not to cook one of Ros’s desserts. I could happily get lost in all of her amazing flavor combinations with things such as Crystallized Ginger and Beer Cake, Marmalade Chocolate Croissant Pudding, and Pear Walnut Cake. Be sure to stop over and check out her blog!

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Sometimes happy coincidences happen when you don’t fully read recipe instructions. Usually unhappy things, but sometimes good. For example, even though I read the title of this recipe on The More Than Occasional Baker and saw the word “baked” I most definitely whipped out the skillet and went to town before I could correct myself. Apparently I was so excited to try a savory stuffed french toast, drizzled in maple syrup, that I didn’t want to wait for it to bake! I am one of those people that loves sopping up the remnant syrup on my breakfast plate not with my pancake, but with my sausage or whatever other breakfast meat I’ve got going on, so the idea of syrup on this savory stuffed french toast pulled me right in and it did not disappoint. I do like the idea of baking it with some extra cheese on top though, cause when is that ever a bad thing?

And yes I drank wine with my french toast. Don’t hate, I developed a weakness for Gewurztraminer. So very unlike me loving a white, but I do enjoy my whites sweet, while my reds are dry.

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One year ago: Thanksgiving Dinner for Two

Two years ago: Buckeye Cupcakes

Three years ago: Apple Blackberry Pie

Four years ago: Cranberry Sauce
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Roasted Sweet Potato Tacos with Black Beans and Kale Ceviche

A little bit a prep goes a long way with these veggie tacos featuring roasted sweet potatoes, black beans, and a kale ceviche. 

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If you are even remotely familiar with dinnerware then you’ve heard of Corelle. Many of you probably own a set. I know my parents use Corelle dinnerware every day and they even bought me my first 4-piece set when I first went off to college (was that really over 10 years ago?) and they are still in perfect condition. But being a food blogger one set of plates is never enough so I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands on the new Corelle® Boutique™ Brushed pattern which is sold exclusively at select Kohl’s stores. The modern pattern comes in 9 colors which are easy to mix-and-match, of which I am a huge fan. And being Corelle that means they come with certain features:

  • Break and chip resistant for carefree durability
  • Made in the USA
  • Dishwasher safe for long lasting patterns
  • Microwave and oven safe for versatility
  • Stackability for easy storage and cupboard space efficiencies
  • Patterns won’t wash, wear or scratch off
  • 3 year limited warranty

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The first meal I graced upon the surface of these pieces was tacos. But not any old tacos, roasted sweet potato, black beans, and kale ceviche taocs! Due to its lengthy nature, upon first glance of the ingredient list you may be frightened off from attempting this recipe yourself but I promise it’s easier than it looks. For starters the ceviche requires no cooking, just toss and let marinade overnight. The following day, toss the sweet potatoes in seasoning and then roast in the oven for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, cook the onions and beans which will be ready in time to assemble it all together. See wasn’t that easy? Lots of chopping for prep but minimal effort from then on and a happy belly as the reward.

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One year ago: 90 Second English Muffin

Two years ago: Chocolate Peanut Butter 7-Layer Bars

Three years ago: Halloween Oreo Cupcakes
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Cheetos Cheeseburgers

Cheese up your traditional cheeseburger with smashed Cheetos mixed into the burger meat. With a slice of cheddar on top it’s a double cheeseburger!

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National Cheeseburger Day is a food holiday that should not go unnoticed. In an effort to get your attention I decided to incorporate some extra cheesy-ness in the form of Cheetos. After posting recipes for Cheetos crispie treats and caramelized Cheetos it seems like you cannot get enough of the “dangerously cheesy” stuff and I’m starting to wonder what isn’t good with Cheetos? I actually posted a recipe for Cheetos crusted chicken a long time ago, back in the early days of this blog. You should check it out ;-).

I thought up this cheeseburger back when I made the World Peas burgers. The idea of crunching up something delicious and mixing it into burgers opened up a world of possibilities and I took the obvious next step towards my favorite guilty snack – Cheetos. While the Cheetos flavor in the burgers is subtle, it definitely adds to the air of cheesy-ness combined with a good slice of sharp cheddar on top.

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One year ago: Spiced Peach Cake

Two years ago: Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Sage Browned Butter Sauce
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Open-Faced Ricotta, Arugula, and Egg Sandwiches

Enjoy this open-faced egg sandwich any time of day. Served with Parmsean-herb ricotta, arugula, and a poached egg.

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Whenever an egg is involved as the central component of a recipe I feel like it’s breakfast food. But what about this sandwich – is it lunch or breakfast? I actually had it for breakfast but it could easily work for lunch as well, or heck even dinner if you prefer a lighter meal at the end of the day.

In my experience with open-faced sandwiches, they are served with a sauce or gravy on top which soaks in the bread and results in the necessity of forks. This open-faced sandwich doesn’t have any of that, at least not at first. But once you cut into the egg and let the yolk run amok you will find that it’s all the sauce you need.

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One year ago: Pink Lemonade Bars

Two years ago: Rosemary Brie Chicken Burgers
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