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Cheddar-Apple Melt

The EatingWell Diet (2007)

Your rating: None Average: 3.3 (44 votes)

It's hard to go wrong with the classic combination of Cheddar cheese and apples. Try this once and you may be addicted.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I tried this with chutney and then another version with a vegetable spread and cinnamon/sugar. Both were wonderful, even with Veggie Shreds rather than real cheese! "

6 Reviews for Cheddar-Apple Melt

05/10/2011
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I made this recipe with some substitutions and they didn't work for me. I used a carrot organge marmelade, and a milder cheese. I think you need the kick from the sharp cheddar and the chutney. I rarely have chutney on hand though. I'm going to try it today with peach salsa.

Quick, easy, different
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12/06/2010

I tried this with chutney and then another version with a vegetable spread and cinnamon/sugar. Both were wonderful, even with Veggie Shreds rather than real cheese!

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04/17/2010
Anonymous

I'm always looking for new breakfast ideas that are satisfying, filling and quick. This recipe fits the bill. I used Ezekiel English muffins, Italian cherry conserve and sliced pears because that's what I had on hand. I used shredded cheddar. I'll pick up sliced cheddar for next time or maybe try another sliced cheese as the shredded cheddar was okay but it melt as nicely as a sliced cheese might.

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10/15/2009
Anonymous

It was better when I made it into a grilled cheese sandwich on wheat bread. Buttert both slices of bread, use 2 slices of 2
% sharp cheddar cheese with thin slices of your chose of apples. I used gala apples and cook. It is awesome.

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10/14/2009
Anonymous

I tried this for lunch today and it was good....but not great. I like the flavors of apples and cheese, but something about the english muffin sort of diluted the apple/cheese flavor. I used rasberry jam on the muffin and it did add a sweetness to the overall flavor which was very nice.

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