Nothing says comfort food to me like a grilled cheese sandwich and a piping hot bowl of tomato soup.
My mom made this for my siblings and me when I was a child and we lived in New York. I’m sure she made it all year long but I remember eating it the most in the freezing winter.
Coming in from playing out in the snow, my fingers, toes and nose feeling like they were about to fall off nothing warmed me up as well as mom’s grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup for lunch.
Grilled cheese sandwiches have come a long way from when I was a kid, back then a couple of slices of white bread and some cheese were good enough. These days a grilled cheese sandwich can include so much more.
This year for National Grilled Cheese month I am celebrating it with Udi’s gluten free bread and Horizons organic milk.
I have to tell you this was a first for me. I love using herbs in my cooking but never before have I used herbs on a grilled cheese sandwich. After eating it I have to ask myself what was I thinking not experimenting before now!
Rosemary is the star of this show. I swear I heard trumpets playing when I tasted my first bite. Just kidding but after that first bite I couldn’t stop until the entire sandwich was gone.
The golden crisp bread and savory rosemary butter tasted like my sandwich was made from a loaf of artisan bread. You can go ahead and try making this with regular bread if you’re not eating gluten free. It will probably taste pretty good but I’m pretty sure the high quality ingredients of the Udi’s gluten free white bread have something to do with it tasting so good.
You don’t have to be totally gluten free to enjoy Udi’s gluten free breads. I eat them all the time and love them.
Disclosure: I am a community leader in the Udi’s Gluten Free Living Community on The BlogFrog. This post is Sponsored by Udi’s Gluten Free and Horizons Organic Milk. As a community leader I may receive compensation and or product samples for sharing information about the Udi’s Gluten Free Living Community. All opinions expressed are my own!